The Concho Valley C.A.R.E.S. Coalition, and The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley in collaboration with the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office, Police, DPS and Ambleside School of San Angelo will hold a Tom Green County Courthouse Proclamation declaring the last week of October as Red Ribbon Week next Monday, (Oct. 23) at noon at the Tom Green County Courthouse. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Maranatha Church will hold its 3rdAnnual Luminocity concert at their Church, located at 2216 Sherwood Way on Saturday, October 28th. It will feature 2014 Billboard 200 chart artist CANON, along with S.O., and DJ Overcomer. The free concert will also feature local artists Miza and Leo.The event is a high energy concert featuring hip-hop and EDM. The event is family friendly and will feature special lighting and a food truck.
Fort Concho will host a pair of Halloween-themed events this week and next. The fort’s annual murder mystery event, Murder at Fort Concho this Thursday and Friday evenings. Next week on Tuesday will be the annual night tour which will give visitors a chance to experience the National Historic Site in a new light. The tour will show the fort and some of its interiors in the evening darkness. Guides will share stories about the post and note some of the soldiers and civilians who died at Fort Concho. For more information about either event, call 325-657-4444.
Today, the San Angelo Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a School Zone Traffic Enforcement Operation utilizing LIDAR. Police issued a total of twenty-eight citations during the operation, which ran from 7 to 8 a.m. at the Central Freshman campus, Trinity Lutheran and several elementary campuses. Then more Traffic Enforcement was conducted targeting westbound traffic in the 17 hundred block of East Houston Harte until 10 a.m. Officers issued a total of thirty-six citations during that operation.
Reports say a man and woman were arrested early Sunday morning after they were involved in an assault of a man in downtown San Angelo. The arrests came after police saw a fight in a parking lot between a 26-year-old man and two assailants, 30-year-old Lydia Sharp and 22-year-old Zachary Navarro. Police intervened and arrested the pair. A knife was found nearby. Both were reportedly charged for the assault and taken to jail. They later posted bond.