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The Community News • P.O. Box 1031 • 203 Pecan Dr. • Aledo, TX 76008 • 817-441-7661 • FAX: 817-441-5419
On this 5th day of October 2011, I Officer C. Rivas was dispatched to meet with a complainant, Debbie Vanover (W/F 52yoa) at the Weatherford Police Department in reference to some ficticious charges applied to her bank account. Upon meeting with the complainant, she stated that person(s) unknown to her fraudulently used her debit card without her effective consent. A fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying information report was filed.
On Wednesday, October 05, 2011 at approximately 2208, Officer Watson observed two bicycles traveling S Bound in the 200 block of Santa Fe Dr. without lights and initiated a traffic stop. A driver's license and warrant check on one of the persons, identified as Christopher Ladesic, revealed that he had three outstanding Parker County Warrants: FMFR # 3781801, EXP MVR # 3781802, and FTA # 37818F01. Ladesic was placed under arrest for said warrants and transported to Parker County Jail without incident.
On Thursday 10-06-2011 at approximately 03:28 hours reporting Officer (Taber 77) and Officer Watson were in the 300 block of York Avenue investigating an open building. Officers observed a white male subject walking north bound in the 300 block of York Avenue wearing dark clothing in an area that has been burglarized numerous times in the recent past. At this time, Officers conducted an investigative stop. The subject was identified as DeWayne Matthew Evans. Further investigation revealed that Evans had 8.1 grams of methamphetamine located in a pouch on his person and admitted to Officers his intent to deliver a controlled substance. Evans was subsequently arrested for Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1>=4G<200G and transported to Parker County Sheriff's Officer where he was booked per department procedure.
T. Trevino # 71 - On 10-06-2011 at approx 0740 hrs. I was dispatched to the 300 block of Dallas Avenue in reference to a theft. I met with the complainant, Douglas Berkley (w/m 31 yoa), age who advised that sometime between 2300 hours on 10-05-2011 and 0500 hours on 10-06-2011 someone had taken his truck (1998 Ford F-150 p/u). The complainant does wish to file charges as the actor(s) intentionally and knowingly operated the motor-propelled vehicle of another, without the consent of the owner. An unauthorized use of a vehicle report was taken.
On 10/06/2011 at 1358 hours, Reporting Officer J. Holcomb # 76 was tasked with creating an offense report in reference to an incident that occurred on 08/19/2011. I spoke with Weatherford Animal Control Officer Tammy Wright, who stated on 08/19/2011 at approximately 1445 hours, she observed a dog locked in a vehicle, located at 114 N. Main St. Wright advised it was approximately 105 degrees outside and the dog appeared to be in distress. Wright stated the dog was taken to a local animal hospital, where it later died. A report was made for Cruelty to Non-Livestock Animal.
On 10/06/2011 at approximately 1946 hrs Weatherford Police Department Officers Bramow, Watson and Taber were dispatched to respond to a major vehicle accident at the intersection of Santa Fe Dr. and Fort Worth Hwy. Upon arrival Officers observed a silver 4 door Mazda with heavy front end damage stuck in the construction area. Three witnesses were identified at the scene. The witnesses reported that the vehicle drove through the construction barricades, almost causing an accident. Then the vehicle rammed the wall three to four times before the witnesses took the keys from the driver later identified as 43 yr old female; Egger, Gretchen. Officers conducted a DWI Investigation on Egger which revealed that she was intoxicated. Egger was placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated BAC=>0.15, and was transported to Parker County Jail and booked per departmental procedure. An accident report was also generated.
On October 7, 2011 I, Ofc. T. Bramow 78 was dispatched to a business at 100 W Park Ave in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival, it appeared that unknown suspect(s) had made forced entry to the building. In the process of securing the building, I noticed that the cash register had been damaged and there were several cartons of cigarettes strewn across the floor. The video was reviewed and an unidentified black male was seen breaking the door window and entering. The subject did not take anything and broke the cash register before exiting the store. A report for burglary of a building was taken.