Several vehicles vandalized in north San Angelo


Update August 15, 2018 12:53: All five juvenile suspects were arrested Tuesday. Three of the suspects’ parents came forward after the surveillance video surfaced. The other two juveniles were apprehended by officers through investigation.

Original Story: Several vehicles were vandalized around 1:30 am Monday morning in the 500 block of N. Oakes. Damaged consisted of busted in windshields to windows.

The San Angelo Police Department says that at least five suspects committed over $2,000 worth of damages. One of the suspects, a Hispanic male, was injured in the process with lacerations to his hand. SAPD collected blood evidence and fingerprints from the scene. 

Surveillance video shows that there were two female suspects. 

If you have any information, contact the San Angelo Police Department at 325-481-2718. To remain anonymous, tip online at or text TIP SAPD to 888777. 

This story will be updated as more information comes available. 

Tuesday’s #PhotosFromTheField come from a criminal mischief investigation that encompassed the 500 block of N. Oakes through the unit block of East 6th. At least five suspects committed over $2,000 in…

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