SAN ANGELO, Tx - In news with Kaitlin Moore, police are investigating a roll over crash that severely injured a 17 year old.
Police say a 17 year-old standing outside was injured when a vehicle rolled over on North Bryant.
A Chevrolet impala and Mercury mountaineer collided at the intersection of First Street and Bryant downtown.
The mountaineer rolled over and police say struck a 17 year-old pedestrian.
Paramedics rushed to give the boy CPR before loading him into an ambulance for transport to Shannon Medical Center with incapacitating injuries.
A woman and four-month-old in the mercury also went to a hospital.
Police are still investigating.
Jury members have sentenced a 65 year old man charged with forgery, theft, and money laundering.
The jury reached their decision late Wednesday night.
Former bail bondsman, Ray Zapata is sentenced to 6 months in state jail with a 10 thousand dollar fine for each forgery conviction.
For theft, Zapata is sentenced five years in prison with a 10 thousand dollar fine with a recommendation of probation and as for the money laundering charge, he received a two year sentence and another 10 thousand dollar fine and a recommendation of probation.
Judge Brock Jones is expected to decide Zapata's final sentence at an assessment on Tuesday May 23rd.
Family members in a highly-charged San Angelo capital murder case broke out into a fight Wednesday.
It happened at the Tom Green County courthouse following a plea hearing and sentencing for one of the four teenagers charged as adults in the shooting deaths last year of 16-year-old Zane Lopez and 17-year-old Juan Guerrero on 22nd Street.
Officers took one of the teens into custody Wednesday afternoon, then released him.
Dozens of family members of both the victims and defendants attended the hearing in court for 18-year-old, Fred Garcia, who plead guilty this week and received a 35 year prison sentence.