CVHP News: June 8, 2020. Woman’s charges upgraded to murder, NAACP holds weekend rally, local child recognized by Safari Club


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According to the City of San Angelo, as of June 7, 2020, there are 115 positive cases of COVID-19 in Tom Green County. Sixteen of those cases are active.

A San Angelo woman’s charges have been upgraded to murder after police say she shot her husband in a domestic dispute.

A peaceful rally was held over the weekend by the NAACP to honor George Floyd.  

A young San Angelo boy was recognized by the San Angelo Chapter of the Safari Club.

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