The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

March 13, 2007

3-13 Incident Report

EDMOND — Information in this column is gathered from police incident reports and any related documents. Not every incident leads to a charge under the law. If charges are filed, innocence or guilt is determined by a court of law.



Saturday

• Justin Ryan Davis, 2533 Loco Trail, was arrested on complaints of driving under the influence and left-of-center. Officer Jason Kushmaul.

• An Edmond juvenile was arrested on a complaint of curfew violation. Officer Courtney Gregg.

• Brek Henkel Osenbaugh, 1325 Del Norte Drive, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Joseph Stoy.

• Carrie Elizabeth Barber, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance and failure to wear a seat belt. Officer Dack Pearson.

• Brian Allen Garner, 4101 N. Broadway, was arrested on a complaint of possession of marijuana. Officer Dack Pearson.

• Eric C. Ohrt, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of careless driving and resisting an officer. Officer Jim O’Neill.

• Thomas Glenn, 917 S. Littler, was arrested on a complaint of public intoxication. Officer Jimmy Gwartney.

• Jan Michelle Reid, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of DUI and stop sign violation. Officer Tom Williams.



Sunday

• John Lear Spencer, Anderson, Calif., was arrested on a complaint of public intoxication. Officer Joseph Wells.

• Angela Marie Lane, Cashion, was arrested on a complaint of APC. Officer Jackie Collar.

• Corey Elijah Gray, Lansing, Kan., was arrested on a complaint of public intoxication. Officer Jackie Collar.

• Shaprea Monae Patterson, 400 E. Danforth, was arrested on a complaint of domestic abuse. Officer Courtney Gregg.

• Larry Edward Haltman, Guthrie, was arrested on a complaint of public intoxication. Officer Derek Kennedy.

• Edward Jackson Hoskins II, 1000 N. Chowning, was arrested on complaints of public intoxication and lewd conduct. Officer Danny Austill.

• Michelle Carroll, 1000 Charlton, was arrested on a complaint of DUI. Officer Kendall Miller.

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