In news with Kaitlin Moore, a police chase ended near the Concho River and a Del Rio man is facing drug and evading arrest charges.
On April 17, 2016, state troopers tried to pull over a driver in a pickup on Highway 87 North.
When the driver stopped, a 27-year-old San Angelo man, got out and ran away. The driver drove off and officers followed him into the city.
The driver eventually crashed into the bridge at Rio Concho Drive.
Police say 27-year-old, Albert Munoz-Gil Junior tried to run away.
Officers say the Del Rio man had 40 grams of methamphetamine.
In other local news, police are still looking for a suspect in an aggravated assault case where a women was reportedly stabbed after she opened her door.
Officers arrived at a home in the 2,200 block of Shelton street late Sunday to find a 24-year-old woman who was injured.
She told officers she answered her front door and the man reached out and cut her with a knife. The victim said he got away in a white pickup and said she’d seen the man before, but didn’t know his name.
Habitat for Humanity board of directors accepted a 1700 dollar check today from the annual Doctors With a Heart Fundraiser that was held in February.
This was the 18th year for the fundraiser, where Dr. Brian Anderson, from Angelo Back and Rehab performs chiropractic care for a fraction of what you would normally pay to help Habitat and the great work they do for the community.
Habitat for Humanity recently broke ground on their 77th home here in San Angelo.
In weather, today expect a 30 percent chance of rain. Temps will remain seasonal this week.