Need to Know Concho Valley News 04/27/16


In news with Kaitlin Moore, a man and a woman have died after a collision involving a pick up and motorcycle off Highway 87.

It happened near the Tom Green/Coke County line Tuesday afternoon.

State troopers say an Odessa driver in a dodge ram pickup was going south and collided with the motorcycle, which was also going south. The motorcycle driver, Jon Levie Phillips,  died at the scene along with his passenger 31-year-old Danielle Bailey of Odessa.

Troopers say the investigation continues.

In other news, two teenagers were seriously injured in a collision Tuesday afternoon on foster road involving a city storm water truck.

Paramedics had to cut an 18-year-old driver and 16-year-old passenger out of the Chevrolet Camaro. Both went to the hospital for treatment.

The 29-year-old driver of the city owned vehicle was treated for minor injuries.

Police say a preliminary investigation indicates the Camaro driver was traveling at a high speed, lost control and slid across the road.

The city truck collided with the Camaro and flipped over.

A man is in custody after a robbery, Tuesday night, at the CVS Pharmacy on West Beauregard.

Just before 7:00 p.m., police responded to a robbery in progress call where witnesses pointed out the suspect who ran out of the store.

Shortly after, police located and arrested the 27-year-old man.

According to officials, he threatened the clerk at the front counter with a knife. The suspect was taken to Shannon Medical Center by ambulance.

CVS was closed during the investigation. No one inside the store was injured.

San Angelo Police continue to investigate a suspected burglary at a local convenience store.

The incident reportedly happened overnight at the H&H Snack and Save at Bell and Harris.

When employees arrived to work, Tuesday morning, they found what they thought to be an apparent burglary.

Just after 7:00 a.m., investigators were on scene collecting evidence.

In weather, today will be sunny with highs in the upper 80’s lower 90’s.

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