The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

June 21, 2013

6-22 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

JUNE 14


Krysta Renea Thrower, 401 W. Covell Rd. Apt. 832, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Kyle Cunningham.

Howard Jay Yeich, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of possession of a controlled dangerous substance within 1,000 feet of a school and petty larceny and on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Michael King.

Dennis Michael Means, 2408 N.E. 122nd St., was arrested on a petty larceny complaint. Officer Tom Williams.

Darius Shawnoll White, 609 W. Main Lot 2, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Joseph Delpha.

Trinton Dion James, 2500 Thomas Dr. Apt. 1211, was arrested on an obstructing an officer complaint and cited for driving under suspension and no proof of insurance by operator. Officer Cody Hash.

JUNE 15

Jeremy Brian Trout, Yukon, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Mason Long.

James Mark Machell, 1750 E. Second St., was arrested on complaints of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sergeant Chad Langley.

Lisa Ann Gilbert, 305 Canyon Road, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Kyle Cunningham.

Deering Scott Sylvester, 621 Hawthorne Place, was arrested on complaints of DUI and minor in possession of low-point beer. Officer James Sheltman.

Leah Diann Koontz, 601 Vista Lane MBH 18, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Matthew Tipton.

Antonio Rocha-Rodriguez, 900 N. Fretz Lot 3, was arrested on traffic citations of no driver’s license in possession, improper left turn, failure to signal, no proof of insurance by operator and operating a motor vehicle with improper equipment. Officer Chris Brown.

Jordon Wade Lowe, 712 W. Campbell, was arrested on a concealing stolen property complaint. Officer Aaron London.

Thomas David Horton, 3201 N. Bryant, was arrested on a public intoxication-municipal complaint. Officer Mason Long.

Benjamin Harrison Dobbins, 808 Scott St., was arrested on a municipal warrant. School Resource Officer Dack Pearson.

Nathan Lee Chupp, 808 Scott St., was arrested on an out-of-county warrant. School Resource Officer Dack Pearson.

Benjamin John Coolen, listed as homeless, was arrested on a felony larceny from a retailer complaint. Officer Chris Brown.

Henry Dan Washington, 1600 Kickingbird Road, was arrested on complaints of resisting an officer and minor in possession of low-point beer. Sergeant Chad Langley.

Damien Damont Dewberry, 217 W. Brad St., was arrested on complaints of felony possession of CDS, misdemeanor violation of a victim’s protection order, public intoxication-state, carrying a harmful weapon and possession of marijuana, on a municipal warrant, on an Oklahoma County warrant and on an out-of-county warrant. Officer Ben Daves.

Mavrick Bradley Waltz, Logansport, Ind., was arrested on a public intoxication-municipal complaint. Officer Ben Daves.

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