Michael Gary Keene of San Angelo was indicted by a Tom Green grand jury Feb. 1 for accident involving death, a second degree felony. The indictment stems from a June 16 incident where San Angelo Police responded to a call of a possible body in the 4500 block of the Houston Harte Expressway. Police responding to the call located the body of 23-year old Gisele Jarmon, who appeared to have been struck by a vehicle.
Jarmon, who was reportedly developmentally delayed, had been reported missing from her home by family members.
After investigation by police, parts from what they believed was a gold late model Toyota Camry were identified.
After no leads initially, an anonymous tip was made to police about the suspect vehicle, a damaged Camry that was parked at the Emerald Point Apartments on Arden Road. The caller told police they were suspicious of the vehicle after hearing about the crash on the news.
After inspection, police said the vehicle had damage that was consistent with the evidence police recovered from the crash scene as well as Jarmon’s injuries. The car’s driver, Michael Keene, was located in a nearby apartment. Keene was taken into custody and charged with failure to stop and render aid, initially.
According to Tom Green County court documents, a pre-trial is scheduled for Keene at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 24.