Hugoton Police Make Arrests in Burglary Cases
Joe Denoyer - November 4, 2020 4:35 pm
On November 1st, at approximately 5:00am, Officer McCann of the Hugoton Police Department was dispatched to the 800 block of Harrison for a report of someone breaking into vehicles. Officer McCann arrived and saw 2 males running then they split up. Undersheriff Steers was in the area and observed a male getting into a vehicle, then travel west on 10th Street. Undersheriff Steers stopped the vehicle until Officer McCann could get to that location. Officer McCann transported Angel Vasquez, 26, of Sunray TX to the Police Department for questioning. He was then arrested and transported to the Stevens County Jail.
At 1:00pm Officer Davis located the stolen truck that Ms. Vasquez drove to pick up Mr. Vasquez and Ms. Trujillo drove to Hugoton in. Several items were collected as evidence for crimes committed in Texas.
At approximately 5:35pm, Officer Davis found the other vehicle that Ms. Vasquez drove to pick up Mr. Vasquez and Ms. Trujillo in Hugoton. Inside the vehicle officers found drugs, numerous financial cards, drivers licenses, and other stolen items from Hugoton and other states.
Working with the Sunray and Dumas Police Departments, it was learned tha Angel Vasquez, Angela Vasquez, Alize Trujillo, and Ignacio Salinas have been involved in various crimes in the Sunray/Dumas area.
by 8:00pm all 4 were arrested and booked into the Stevens County Jail on local charges.
Angel Vasquez, 26 Sunray TX- Interference with law enforcement, Burglary of a Non-Dwelling, Unlawful possession of a controlled substance, Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Stolen Property.
Angela Vasquez, 26 of Sunray TX- Making False Information, Forgery, and Possession of Stolen Property.
Ignacio Salinas, 22, of Spearman TX-Making False Information, Forgery, and Possession of Stolen Property.
Alize Trujillo, 20, of Dumas TX-Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, Paraphernalia, and Possession of Stolen Property.
These persons have not yet been convicted of a crime, and are presumed innocent. The presumption of innocence shall continue until such time that the persons accused may be found guilty in a court of law.