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11-07-2011 T. Trevino # 71 - On 11-07-2011 at approx 0826 hours I was dispatched to the 100 block of East Josephine in reference to an investigation. Upon arrival, I met with the complainant (w/m 23 yoa) who advised that unknown person(s) had operated his vehicle and had returned it to the general area without his permission. The complainant indicated that upon inspecting it, he found that stereo equipment and the automotive battery had been removed from the vehicle. The complainant did not know who may have operated his vehicle and removed his property and he wishes to file charges against the person(s) responsible as they intentionally and knowingly operated another's motor-propelled vehicle and they entered into the vehicle with the intent to commit a theft. An unauthorized use of a vehicle and burglary of a vehicle report was taken.
On 10-08-2011 at 7:48 Hrs I, Officer T.Wainscott #79, was dispatched to the 2000 blk of Santa Fe Dr. on a theft of fuel call. Upon arrival I spoke with Alfred Allen who advised that sometime between 10-07-2011 at 1900 hrs and 10-08-2011 at 0530 hrs someone took about 110 gallons of fuel, valued at $415, from his 2009 Volvo truck without his consent. Allen said that he will pursue charges for the theft.
I, Officer McCrory #81, was dispatched at 0810 hrs to a minor hit and run accident at 2121 Bethel Road, Weatherford, Texas, 76087. On arrival at 0823 hrs I spoke with victim who stated that she was west bound on service road in the 300 block of W I-20 North Service Rd when a dark, grey, Ford F-150 struck her from behind as she was turning south onto Bethel Road. A report was made as accident involving damage to vehicle greater than $200.
On 10-08-2011 at 09:41 Hrs I, Officer T.Wainscott #79 with the Weatherford Police Department was dispatched to the 100 blk of Front St, Weatherford, Tx on a burglary of a building call. Upon arrival, I made contact with reportee, Patrena Jennings. Jennings said that when she came into work around 0600hrs, she found that all the jewelry in the business was gone, and that the back door had been pried open. Jenning's said that the jewelry belonged to Angelia Hightower. I contacted Hightower and she said that she had 16 necklaces for adults, 2 necklaces for children, 3 bracelets for adults, and 1 bracelet for a child. Hightower priced the jewelry at a total of $675 dollars. Hightower and Jennings had not given anyone permission to remove the items from the business and wants to pursue charges for the burglary.
On Tuesday 11-08-2011 Officer E. Warren met with JD Garner at 1513 Santa Fe, in reference to the theft of his hydraulic jack. Mr. Garner indicated that he had located his jack in front of another apartment. Officer Warren made contact with Travis Balthrop who indicated that he had taken the jack without permission. Balthrop was issued a citation for theft under $50. An offense report was taken.
On Tuesday 11-08-11 at 13:30 reporting officer (Vinson #26) observed a tan Ford SUV traveling in the 500 block of S Main St with expired registration and inspection. I initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle and Jessica Bagley was identified as the driver. Bagley was operating a motor vehicle on a public roadway during a period in which her driver's license or privilege was suspended or denied under any law of this State.
On Tuesday 11-08-2011 I reporting officer (Tippie #42) observed a Blue 2003 Chevrolet S10 pickup travelling in the 700 block of Jack Borden Way changing lanes without signalling the proper distance before doing so. I made a traffic stop with the vehicle for the violation in the 700 block of Eureka. The driver was identified as Norman Duane Watson II. It was determined during the stop that Watson had warrants out of the Weatherford Police Dept., was operating the motor vehicle on a public roadway against the laws of the state of Texas with an invalid drivers license and an uninsured vehicle, and was displaying on his vehicle a Fictitious Motor Vehicle Inspection Certificate. Watson was arrested for these offenses and taken to the Parker Co. Jail.
On November 9, 2011 at approximately 2153 I, Ofc. T. Bramow 78 was dispatched to 114 Austin Ave in reference to a criminal mischief that had occurred. Upon arrival, I contacted the complainant, Nikki Barreras, who advised that while she was working, her driver side rear tire had been damaged. I observed 4 punctures to the side wall of the tire. A possible suspect was named and a report for Ciminal Mischief 50-500 was taken.
On 11-9-11 at approximately 0114 hours I, Officer J. Young #80, was walking the area of 200 College Park Dr when I noticed a white 2006 Saturn SUV at that location. I made contact with the occupants of the vehicle and could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. I asked the subject in the driver seat to step out of the vehicle. The subject then fled and began running towards the Weatherford College parking lot, however, was apprehended shortly thereafter. He was identified as Montel Bailey and placed under arrest for evading arrest detention. An arrest report was made.