In news with Kaitlin Moore, a 57-year-old San Angelo man remains jailed after crashing into a police vehicle.
Monday officers arrested Rick Waddell for DWI following the crash in North San Angelo.
Police say Waddell’s Toyota Corolla crashed into a parked police SUV.
The impact sent the Tahoe into a police patrol car with an officer sitting inside.
The 25-year-old officer went to Community Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.
Both patrol vehicles were parked on East 14th for a police investigation following a civil disturbance call.
An 18-year-old San Angelo man and 47-year-old woman are both facing charges connected to a prostitution case.
Police arrived on scene after a call for a vehicle parked behind the Church of Christ building on East 19th Street.
While they were there officers located evidence that the two were engaged in sexual conduct for a fee.
Police arrested Danny Cornejo and Elva Adame for engaging in prostitution.
A 38 year old man is charged in a case following a vehicle burglary at a Stripes convenience store.
Police say an employee of the Stripes store in the 15 hundred block of Bell, saw Juan Vicente Enriquez get into a black vehicle in the parking lot.
The worker followed Enriquez who had walked away and told police about his location.
Officers eventually arrested him a few blocks down the road.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott visited the Hastings store in San Angelo on Monday afternoon as part of his book tour.
His newly-released book, “Broken but Unbowed,” focuses on overcoming challenges.
It details Abbott’s personal story including how he overcame certain obstacles in his life, including an accident in his mid-20’s which left him partially paralyzed.
The book then pivots to detail Abbott’s solutions to what he says is wrong with the American government.
Abbott’s stop in San Angelo was one part of the 19-city book tour which began earlier this month. The tour will finish up in Victoria on Friday.
“Broken but Unbowed” is available online and at Hastings.