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One arrested after shooting call to Walmart jewelry counter on city's north side

Police said one of the two suspects fired a shot into a jewelry display case, both took jewelry from the case and then ran from the store.
Credit: Randall Case

SAN ANGELO, Texas — A San Angelo man was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with burglary of a building and deadly conduct after police responded to a shots fired call at a San Angelo Walmart Friday night.

According to the San Angelo Police Department, the call came in at approximately 9:06 p.m. Friday and officers were dispatched to the Walmart SuperCenter, 610 W. 29th St.

There were reports of shots fired inside the store and that the suspects were last seen running away from the store through the parking lot. Officers learned no one was injured inside of store and immediately established a perimeter in the area to try to find the suspects.

Officers later discovered, through watching surveillance footage, the suspects had left the scene in a dark-colored passenger car and were believed to no longer be in the area.

They also saw the two suspects had walked into Walmart and into the section where the jewelry display was located. Officers observed one of the suspects produce a gun and then fire a shot into the jewelry display case. Then one of the suspects removed jewelry from the case and both ran out of the store.

SAPD’s Criminal Investigation Division arrived on scene to help officers with the investigation. After further investigation, both suspects were identified and police were also able to find the suspect’s vehicle in the 100 block of North Malone Street.

One of the suspects, Brandon Lewis, 19, was detained at the Malone location. He was released at the scene pending further investigation.

The second suspect, Andrew Reyna, 21, was found at a northside apartment complex. At the conclusion of the initial investigation, Reyna was arrested for burglary of building and deadly conduct.

Credit: Tom Green County Jail

More charges may be forthcoming as this incident is investigated further, police said.

SAPD’s Anti-Crime Unit, Gang Unit and Patrol Division all participated in the investigation.

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