The Edmond Sun

Local News

September 28, 2013

9-28 Police & Fire

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EDMOND — Information in this column is gathered from city fire incident logs and police incident reports. Persons booked into the city jail are held for up to 10 days. Not every incident leads to a formal charge. If charges are filed, innocence or guilt is determined by a court of law. Until then, defendants are to be presumed innocent.

Edmond Police Department

SEPT. 19

Jessica Faye Gentry, Norman, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Detective Chris Cook.

Julio Caesar Maya-Gonzalez, 25 W. Campbell MBH 25, was arrested on traffic citations of improper lane usage, driving under suspension and no proof of insurance by operator and on a municipal warrant. Officer Curtis Thompson.

SEPT. 20

Maquetta Rashelle Barnett, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Brenton Brown.

Paul David Nazar, 611 Scott Drive, was arrested on complaints of felony domestic abuse and interruption, disruption or interference with an emergency telephone call. Officer Joshua Pratt.

Johnnie O’Neill Martin Jr., 619 Ridgecrest, was arrested on a municipal warrant. Officer Brad Griffin.

Casey J. Collier, 240 E. 15th St. Apt. 236, was arrested on a public intoxication-municipal complaint. Officer Page Hussey.

Travis Paul Ellis, 2133 E. Second St. #8215, was arrested on complaints of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Chris Brown.

Lamane De Angelo Dixon, 1920 E. Second St. Apt. 2101, was arrested on a municipal warrant, on an Oklahoma County warrant and on an out-of-county warrant. Officer Tim Harwell.

SEPT. 21

Kimberly Lane Banning, Moore, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Page Hussey.

Cameron Javan Youngblood, 1103 W. Neptune Rd., was arrested on a driving under suspension traffic citation and on a municipal warrant. Officer Page Hussey.

Brandon Deonne Reed, Oklahoma City, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Joshua Pratt.

SEPT. 22

Rachel Deann O’Hara, 101 N. Boulevard Apt. 113, was arrested on a misdemeanor actual physical control with BAC .08 complaint. Officer Joseph Wells.

Dustin Wesley Vallance, 1600 Kickingbird Road, Apt. 933, was arrested on a possession of drug paraphernalia complaint. Officer Branden Baxley.

Jonathan David Bowen, Oklahoma City, was arrested on an attempting to obtain money/merchandise under false pretenses. Officer Jonathan Vincent.

Ashley McCray Plemons, Oklahoma City, was arrested on an attempting to obtain money/merchandise under false pretenses. Officer Jonathan Vincent.

Jordan Lee Bean, 1920 E. Second St. Apt. 3203, was arrested on a possession of marijuana complaint. Officer Ben Daves.

Kolton Dayne Liller, 3621 Wynn Drive, Apt. 78, was arrested on traffic citations of speeding (10 mph or less excess), no proof of insurance by operator and driving under suspension. Officer Joe Rice.

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