San Angelo Police arrested two men for aggravated robbery this (Tuesday) morning. Officers were called to the 8 hundred block of East 36th Street just after 10 am for a robbery in progress. Upon arrival, the suspect’s vehicle was parked in front of the residence and two males were immediately detained. Police say after further investigation it was determined that the victims were associated with the suspects. The victims were not injured. 25-year-old Cameron Lewis and 29-year-old Khari Brown were both arrested for Aggravated Robbery and transported to the Tom Green County Jail without incident.
Angelo State University has added two new master's degree programs - a Master of Science in computer science and a Master of Public Health and both are now enrolling students for classes that will start this coming fall semester. The M.S. in computer science degree is offered through the Department of Computer Science in ASU's College of Science and Engineering. It provides a much-needed advanced degree program and career path for students and professionals in computer science and related fields, such as cybersecurity, information technology, the sciences, mathematics and engineering, to meet Texas' and the nation's increasing workforce demands in those areas. The M.P.H. degree is offered through the Department of Health Science Professions in ASU's Archer College of Health and Human Services. It will prepare students to become practitioners, researchers and teachers who can carry out public health functions at the local, state, national and international levels. The degree program consists of 42 credit hours and is delivered entirely online.
During the 2021 4th of July holiday period, the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office participated in the Texas Department of Transportation "Impaired Drivers Mobility" campaign. Deputies provided extra patrol during the holiday weekend period and conducted 142 traffic stops. During these traffic stops, Deputies took 26 enforcement actions for speeding, 10 enforcement actions for intersection violations, and 134 enforcement actions for other traffic violations. Deputies also arrested nine individuals for violations, including driving while intoxicated, evading with a motor vehicle, Felony possession of a controlled substance, Possession of marijuana, and outstanding arrest warrants.
San Angelo Police are hoping to discover who vandalized a couple of art pieces in downtown San Angelo over the weekend. Surveillance footage may provide help as one of the city's fiberglass sheep was knocked over and a painting was removed from the Painted Alley. The sheep statue was located along West Concho Avenue and the painting was removed from a wall at the nearby Painted Alley. Downtown officials say they hope to find who might have destroyed the artwork.
The Share the Love Blood Drive is coming this Saturday at Sunset Mall. There is a critical need for ALL Blood Types, Especially O positive and O negative. O negative is the go-to blood type for ER physicians when there is not enough time to perform a blood type test. COVID-19 Vaccinated persons can give blood if they meet all general blood donation eligibility criteria. Blood donors only need to be at least 16 years old, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds and be healthy. The drive will be Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm at the Community Room at Sunset Mall. Appointments are encouraged Call 877-25VITAL (877-258-4825) with the blood drive code: "badge", or download the Vitalant APP.