The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

Police Blotter
  • 10-15 Edmond Police & Fire

    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.

    October 14, 2013

  • 10-12 Police and Fire

    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.

    October 11, 2013

  • 10-8 Police & Fire

    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.

    October 7, 2013

  • ricks, bob.jpg Police department uses Assett Forfeiture Fund

    The Edmond City Council approved a supplemental appropriation this week of $27,900 and $53,000 from the Asset Forfeiture Fund. The vote was 5-0. City Councilwoman Elizabeth Waner asked that the public record show an explanation for the expense.
    “There are certain things about asset forfeiture and how we can spend that money and how we can’t,” Waner said. Asset Forfeiture Funds cannot be used to fund the Public Safety Center project, Waner said.
    “The overwhelming majority is actually cash that we take off of drug dealers,” said Police Chief Bob Ricks.
    The Police Department did not ask for any additional officers to be figured into its budget when the current budget was approved by the Council. Since that time, four police officers have been deployed by the military, Ricks said.

    September 24, 2013 1 Photo

  • Local residents educated by police force

    A group of Edmond citizens have witnessed a SWAT demonstration and learned about digital evidence and task forces related to terrorism and drugs.
    Twenty-two residents are participating in the Edmond Police Department’s 34th Civilian Police Academy class, said CPA coordinator Police Officer Randy Payne.
    The Citizens Police Academy is a free 13-week series of classes designed to enhance the EPD’s relationships with members of the community by familiarizing participants with the agency, its policies and its practices.

    September 24, 2013

  • crash.jpg Edmond officers investigate fatality crash

    A 25-year-old male was killed Monday evening when he apparently lost control of his vehicle and struck a tree, police said.
    Jenny Monroe, spokeswoman for the Edmond Police Department, said the crash was called in at 7:35 p.m. by someone driving near the Sorghum Mill-Air Depot intersection who saw the car on the side of the road.
    Monroe said the victim was traveling westbound on Sorghum Mill and approaching the intersection when the vehicle skidded off the south side of the roadway and struck a tree.
    “The victim was deceased upon arrival of officers and was pinned inside the vehicle for several hours until the medical examiner could conduct an investigation,” Monroe said. “Firefighters used extraction tools to free the victim.”
    Monroe said there are no known witnesses to the crash at this time.
    No further details were available.

    marks@edmondsun.com | 341-2121, ext.108
     

    September 17, 2013 1 Photo

  • (9-17) Police & Fire

    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
    SEPT. 9
    Donald Lamar Estes II, 2600 NW 160th Ter., was arrested on an Oklahoma County warrant. Officer Jason Albright.
    Daniel Citalan-Perez, Oklahoma City, was arrested on traffic citations of speeding (10 mph or less excess) and no driver’s license in possession. Officer Lindall McLemore.
    Amanda Katherine Wheeler, 200 W. 15th St. Apt. 123, was arrested on a petty larceny complaint. Officer Roger Shortt.
    Jennifer Nicole Crawford, 930 S. Boulevard Apt. 237, was arrested on traffic citations of expired tag (1-3 months), no proof of insurance by operator and no driver’s license in possession and on a possession of drug paraphernalia complaint. Officer Neil Martin.

    September 16, 2013

  • Crime briefs (9-12)

    Police investigate theft of hip replacement samples

    Police are investigating the theft of a hip implant sample kit containing two stems and heads.
    At about 1 p.m. on Sept. 5, Police Officer Rickey Ecker spoke with the victim at her place of business. She said about a week earlier she left her vehicle unlocked and parked in her driveway overnight, Ecker stated in his incident report.
    She then noticed that during the overnight hours someone went through her console and glovebox apparently looking for items to steal, Ecker stated. A briefcase containing the hip replacement samples was missing from the backseat area, Ecker stated.
    The owner of the briefcase is Medacta, an industrial group mainly active in the field of production and sales of medical products. The total value of incident property was listed at $5,000.

    Police: School reports theft of $4,000 mower

    Police are investigating the theft of a $4,000 John Deere mower from an Edmond school.
    During the afternoon of Sept. 8, Police Officer Kendall Miller spoke with the head custodian at Central Middle School, 500 E. 9th St., according to a report filed by Miller.
    The head custodian said when he arrived at the school he went to a storage building in a parking lot, and when he entered it he noticed a lawn mower belonging to the school had been stolen, Miller stated.
    Miller stated there was no sign of forced entry on the building and the two doors were locked when the employee arrived. The employee said he suspects the mower was stolen while the school was open, Miller stated.
    The head custodian said another employee sometimes leaves the overhead door on the building open while he works around school grounds, Miller stated. At the time, he had not spoken with the employee who normally uses the mower to find out when he last saw it, Miller stated.
    He was going to review the school’s surveillance camera footage and call the Edmond Police Department if it showed anything, Miller stated.

    MARK SCHLACHTENHAUFEN
     

    September 12, 2013

  • Police seek information in drive-by shooting

    If you know something about a weekend drive-by shooting, the Edmond Police Department wants to hear from you.
    Spokeswoman Jenny Monroe said the EPD seeks information from the public in regards to a drive-by shooting that occurred in the 1000 block of Blackwelder on Sunday.
    Officers responded to a shots fired call in that area at about 9:30 p.m., Monroe said. Officers checked the area but did not discover anything suspicious, Monroe said.
    “About an hour later the homeowner called and reported the house had several rounds of ammunition fired into it,” Monroe said.
    There were no injuries, Monroe said.
    “We are wanting information on vehicles in that area at the time or any other information that could help us track down who is responsible,” Monroe said.
    You can remain anonymous by using the EPD’s Text a Tip line by sending information via text to 625-TEXT or 625-8398. Police are also utilizing their Crime Stoppers hotline (359-4466) and offering a monetary reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of those involved.  

    marks@edmondsun.com | 341-2121, ext. 108

    September 12, 2013

  • Police & Fire (9-10)

    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.

    September 9, 2013