The Edmond Sun

March 25, 2013

Police arrest suspect with 5 felony warrants

Mark Schlachtenhaufen
The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — Officers have an Edmond woman wanted on five felony warrants from three counties, according to an incident report.

On March 16, Police Officer Mason Long was dispatched to an apartment in the 1000 block of East Ayers in reference to a welfare check, according to the report filed by Long.

After Officer Roger Shortt arrived at the scene, he found the person of interest in good spirits, Mason stated.

When officers spoke to her son who requested the contact, he said his mother had multiple warrants from a few different counties, Long stated. Shortt ran the person of interest through dispatch and found she had warrants out of Payne, Pottawatomie and Oklahoma counties, the report stated.

In Payne County, she was wanted on a felony identity theft warrant, Long stated. In Pottawatomie County, she was wanted on a felony bogus checks warrant. In Oklahoma County, she was wanted on two felony warrants related to violations suspended and one related to bogus checks.

Long stated that he went back to the apartment and found Shelly Louis Reid, 53, in the hallway talking to a neighbor. He asked Reid if she was aware that she had warrants and she said she was, the report stated.

Long stated that he gathered Reid’s belongings, secured her apartment and transported her to the city jail. She was later transported to the county jail.