Police: 20-Year-Old Woman Injured in Early Morning Gunfire


SAN ANGELO, TX — San Angelo police said it was at about 3 a.m. when shots rang out in the 1000 block of E. 20th St. Police rushed to the scene and learned from witnesses that multiple shots were fired and that gunfire had injured a 20-year-old female.

The injured woman was rushed to Shannon ER in a private vehicle and is currently being treated there.

Since responding to the incident, police investigators have been at the scene collecting evidence and determining the facts of the incident.

Police did not say there were any arrests but they are seeking help from the public to solve the case. SAPD asks that if anyone has any information regarding this incident to either utilize the Crime Stoppers “P3 App” or they can contact our Non-Emergency Dispatch at 325-657-4315.

The original reports:

SAN ANGELO – The San Angelo Police Department has issued an advisory warning residents to avoid the 2000 block of Armstrong St. in north San Angelo Sunday morning.  

The Nixle advisory was issued around 7:45 a.m. and said, "Police activity in 2000 block of Armstrong. Avoid the area."

San Angelo Police are currently working a crime scene that has shut down about three city blocks in the area of 20th and Armstrong. 

Reporters on scene have confirmed to have seen bullet shell casings inside the police tape. 

Police are still asking that people avoid the area. 

Police investigation on Armstrong Street on June 12, 2022

Police investigation on Armstrong Street on June 12, 2022

Police Scene on the 2000 Block of Armstrong on Jun. 12, 2022. (LIVE! Photo/James Bouligny) 

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