The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

August 6, 2012

8-7 Police & fire 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.

Edmond Police Department

JULY 23

April Marie Wood, 428 W. 2nd St., was arrested on a possession of marijuana complaint. Officer Joe Rice.

Terris Martina Smith, 610 Nimrod Rd., was arrested on traffic citations of failure to wear seatbelt and driving under suspension. Officer Milo Box.

Thomas Anthony Raymond, 18309 Willow Oak Glenn, was arrested on complaints of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, resisting arrest (before arrest), burglary II nonresidence at night, obstructing an officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and petty larceny, on traffic citations of driving under suspension and expired tag (+3 months), on a municipal warrant and on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Matthew Tipton.

JULY 24

Chad Lewis Patrick, Choctaw, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Joseph Wells.

Shamone Geraude King, Oklahoma City, was arrested on a petty larceny complaint. Officer Paul Phillips.

Martha Camacho Lazaro, 3502 Wynn Cir., was arrested on traffic citations of speeding (10 mph or less excess), no driver’s license in possession and no proof of insurance by operator. Officer Curtis Thompson.

JULY 25

Andrew Austin Sprouse, 1923 Three Stars Rd., was arrested on complaints of misdemeanor DUI, minor in possession of an intoxicating beverage and possession of marijuana and on a municipal warrant. Officer Joe Rice.

Xavier Ramon Walker, 1920 Three Stars Rd., was arrested on complaints of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication-municipal. Officer Joe Rice.

JULY 26

James Donald Hobart Jr., 716 SE 27th Pl., was arrested on a public intoxication-state complaint. Officer Joseph Wells.

Belarmino Guzman, Oklahoma City, was arrested on a no driver’s license in possession traffic citation. Officer Christopher Nelson.

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