The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

November 30, 2013

police & fire (11-30)

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

NOV. 20

Tresa Dawn Rateliff, 1300 E. Ayers Apt. 344, was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Chad Brown.

Patricia Cruz Sanchez, Oklahoma City, was arrested on traffic citations of speeding (10 mph or less excess) and no driver’s license in possession. Officer Patricia Demoss.

NOV. 22

Bryan David Knight, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of possession of burglary tools AFC burglary and receiving stolen property. Officer Chris Brown.

Nicole Jeane Richardson, Oklahoma City, was arrested on complaints of burglary II non-residence time unknown and receiving stolen property. Officer Chris Brown.

Jimmy Wayne Sutton, Fairfax, was arrested on an out-of-county warrant. Officer Jonathan Vincent.

NOV. 23

Aubrie Renee Whiddon, 1313 Smiling Hill Blvd., was arrested on a possession of marijuana complaint. Officer Brenton Brown.  

Joshua Ray Toney, Seminole, was arrested on a possession of marijuana complaint. Officer Brenton Brown.

Virginia Claire Beckloff, Oklahoma City, was arrested on a possession of marijuana complaint. Officer Brenton Brown.

Abdullah Mubarak Alkhaldi, 1919 E. 2nd St. Apt. 407, was arrested on traffic citations of expired tag (1-3 months), no proof of insurance by operator and driving under suspension, and on a municipal warrant. Officer Kendall Miller.

Kelsey Jean Belden, 2313 Stonehenge Dr., was arrested on a possession of marijuana complaint. Officer Jason Albright.

William McClain Shirley, 2404 Windover Dr., was arrested on complaints of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Jason Albright.

Bradley Howell Furry, 522 W. 1st St., was arrested on complaints of obstructing an officer and felony domestic abuse. Officer Chris Brown.

Mason Sidney Williams, 6624 Parkwood Lane, was arrested on an out-of-county warrant. Officer Page Hussey.

— MARK SCHLACHTENHAUFEN

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