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On Wednesday 10-05-2011 at approximately 17:58 hours reporting officer (Taber 77) was dispatched to Weatherford PD to meet with a complainant in reference to theft. On arrival, I met with the complainant, Christopher Dean Addison, who resides at 1635 Remington Circle. Addison advised that sometime between 10-03-2011 and 10-05-2011 an unknown person/s fraudulently obtained and used his checking account and routing numbers on a ficticious check. A report was made for Fraudulent Use of Identifying Information.
On October 5, 2011 at approximately 2046hrs Corporal Goff and Officer Bramow with the Weatherford Police Department were dispatched to 202 College Park Drive in Weatherford, Parker County, Texas in reference to two female juveniles (that had escaped from a TYC half way house in Fort Worth, Texas) hanging out in the parking lot of 202 College Park Dr. Upon arrival Goff and Bramow contacted the two females who identified themselves as the two juvenlie females that had escaped from the TYC half way house in Fort Worth. The juveniles had a Texas Youth Commission (TYC) hold on them and they were transported to the Weatherford Police Department. Parker County Juvenile probation then advised to take the juveniles to the Hood County Juvenile Detention Center in Granbury, Texas. The Juveniles were then taken to the juvenile detention center by Officer Taber with the Weatherford Police Department.
On October 5, 2011 I, Ofc. T. Bramow 78 was dispatched to the 1000 block of Vine St in reference to a possible domestic disturbance. Upon arrival I met with a wf juvenile who advised me that a known male subject had assaulted her at her residence on this date. She advised me that the assault caused her pain. A report for Assault CAuse Bodily Injury - Family Violence was made.