The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

September 9, 2013

Police & Fire (9-10)

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

AUG. 30

Leonard Jerome Agnew, Wichita, Kan., was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Page Hussey.

Cassandra Dianne Garcia, 501 W. 15th St. Apt. 52, was arrested on a driving under suspension traffic citation. Officer Danny Austill.

AUG. 31

Adrienne Elyse Bethel, Oklahoma City, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Jackie Collar.

Danielle Alexis Shade, 1201 N. Chowning Ave. Apt. 20, was arrested on a DUI complaint. Officer Micah Yost.

Ahmed Habib Alaskary, 4701 N.E. Coffee Creek Apt. 2024, was arrested on traffic citations of speeding (11-15 mph excess), no driver’s license in possession and no proof of insurance by operator. Officer Jason Roach.

SEPT. 1

Tommy Lionel Acosta, 1300 E. Ayers Ave. Apt. 250, was arrested on traffic citations of expired tag (+3 months), driving under suspension and no proof of insurance by operator. Officer Kendall Miller.

Kenneth Lee Belyeu, 21677 Long Trl., was arrested on a misdemeanor DUI complaint. Officer Timothy Ivy.

Nathan Andrew Ward, 2120 Redcliff Lane, was arrested on a possession of drug paraphernalia complaint and on a municipal warrant. Officer Jeff Smith.

Brandon Allen Markland, Guthrie, was arrested on an out-of-county warrant. Officer Patricia Demoss.

SEPT. 2

Jeremy Dwayne Lavorchek, 125 W. Clegern Ave., was arrested on a DUI complaint and on traffic citations of no proof of insurance by operator and driving under suspension. Officer Jason Lewellyn.

David Ross Rester, 2021 Arapaho, was arrested on a misdemeanor DUI (drugs) complaint and on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Paul Sinclair.

SEPT. 3

Braden Matthew Rundel, 100 N. University Dr. Rm. 243, was arrested on complaints of public intoxication-municipal and resisting an officer. Officer Micah Yost.

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