The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

March 23, 2013

3-23 Police & Fire

Emergency Runs

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

MARCH 13


Kendall Tyler Green, listed as homeless, was arrested on a municipal warrant. Officer Matthew Richardson.

MARCH 14

Abdulrahman Mohamed al Arfaj, 14025 N. Eastern Ave. Apt. 2914, was arrested on traffic citations of reckless driving and no driver’s license in possession. Officer Milo Box.

Valentin Rodriguez Medina, 1105 S. Broadway MBH 17, was arrested on traffic citations of driving under suspension and no proof of insurance by operator. Officer Nicholas Tant.

Andrew Pierce Davis, 31 Shirley Lan., was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Brad Griffin.

MARCH 15

Ashley R. Baumgartner, 2012 Faircloud Dr., was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Timothy Ivy.

MARCH 16

Tourea Deshawn Adams, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Mason Long.

Shane James Carter, 705 Banner Ave., was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Jackie Collar.

Darla Fern Ryan, 6500 E. 15th St., was arrested on a misdemeanor DUI complaint. Officer Jackie Collar.

Eugene Parker Faris, Oklahoma City, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer  Matthew Richardson.

Brian David Cole, Calumet, was arrested on complaints of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of marijuana. Officer Paul Phillips.

Benjamin Allen Ault, 1920 E. 2nd St. Apt. 2902, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Tom Williams.

Shelly Louise Reid, 1300 E. Ayers St. Apt. 244, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Mason Long.

Michael Dale Shannon, Guthrie, was arrested on a possession of drug paraphernalia complaint. Officer Cody Hash.

MARCH 17

Blake Douglas Gardner, 2725 S. Air Depot, was arrested on complaints of possession CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Cody Hash.

 

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