The Edmond Sun
Defendants accused in a domestic incident have pleaded guilty, according to court records.
In August, he heard screams inside an Edmond home, kicked in a door and found three children standing near a man holding a butcher knife, Police Officer James Sheltman stated an incident report.
As he was trying to get the children out of the way, the officer drew his weapon and advised the male to put down the knife, Sheltman stated. After putting down the knife, the male picked up a child and was holding him as he walked toward the officer, yelling in Spanish, Sheltman stated.
He ordered the male to put down the child and he complied, but the male continued to walk toward him in an aggressive manner, yelling at him, Sheltman stated. He tackled the male and placed handcuffs on him, according to the police report.
On Oct. 1, Maria Guadeloupe Reyes, 46, of Oklahoma City, entered a negotiated plea of guilty to an amended charge of misdemeanor obstructing an officer. She was sentenced to 45 days in jail with credit for time served and ordered to pay court-related costs.
Salvador Reyes-Sanchez, 39, of Edmond, entered a negotiated plea of guilty to an amended charge of assault and battery. He received a five-year deferred sentence.
Charges of kidnapping, domestic assault with a dangerous weapon and obstructing an officer in the performance of their official duties filed against Reyes-Sanchez were dismissed at the request of the state, according to court records.