UPDATE: San Angelo Police say they responded to the Stripes Convenience Store, located at 1616 Howard, in response to an unknown problem.

Officers learned that 45-year-old Curtis Moore threatened a victim with a firearm and discharged the weapon at a neighboring home. Officers later learned the incident was related to an earlier domestic disturbance call involving Curtis and another family member.

Moore is currently being held at the Tom Green County Jail where he is charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon-Family Member.

(original story 10:55 a.m.) SAN ANGELO, Texas — Officers with the San Angelo Police Department were involved in a brief standoff with an armed suspect in San Angelo this morning, Thursday, January 27, 2022.

Police say the incident began early this morning when they were dispatched to the 1200 block of Howard Street for a domestic disturbance.

Officers learned Curtis Moore, 45, had been involved in a domestic disturbance with his mother at the address and were able to find her a safe place for the rest of the night while they attempted to contact Moore.

Curtis Moore
Courtesy: Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office

Later in the morning, police received a call from Moore’s father, who said Moore had fired a pistol towards a neighbor’s home, striking the property but not injuring any people.

Police say a brief standoff took place during which they were able to contact Moore 4 or 5 times via cell phone and eventually convince him to surrender himself.

According to the police, no one was injured during the standoff and the incident is being investigated by the SAPD Criminal Investigation Division.

No charges have yet been filed.

This is a developing story. Stick with Concho Valley Homepage for updates as more information becomes available.