Grand Jury Indicts Dude Found Hiding on the 6th Floor of the SITEL Tower


SAN ANGELO— A San Angelo man has been indicted for allegedly breaking into the old SITEL building last October.

Jayson Lorenzo Gonzales, 25, has been indicted by a Tom Green County grand jury for Criminal Mischief after breaking a glass door and the elevator door on the old SITEL building.

According to court documents, on October 19, 2022, two San Angelo police officers were dispatched to 2702 Loop 306, the old SITEL building, in reference to a broken front door. The officers observed a rock that was used to break the door and a “NO TRESPASSING” sign resting on the ground near shattered glass.

The rock was located in the lobby of the building near the elevator, which had sustained a dent and scuffed paint. The officers then conducted a search of the building as no one was supposed to be inside.

Up on the sixth floor, Gonzales was located in a locked office behind a desk. In an interview with Gonzales, he said that the door was already shattered before he went inside. He also said that he had not seen the “NO TRESPASSING” sign been staying there since October 18, 2022.

Investigators spoke with a United States Postal Service employee who picks up and delivers to the area where the old SITEL building is. This employee said that he observed no damage on October 18, 2022, and the building seemed secure. The next day on October 19, 2022, the employee saw the damage and contacted police.

Gonzales was arrested and booked on October 19, 2022, into the Tom Green County Jail. He was released on February 19, 2023, on $10,000 bond. He is due in court on October 3, 2023, for a initial pre-trial.

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