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Weatherford Police Department Newsblotter, November 13, 2011

November 14, 2011 by Anonymous

On November 12, 2011 at approximately 0336 I initiated an investigatory traffic stop in the 200 block of N Brazos on a white Nissan Stanza that left a closed business. Upon contacting the driver I detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. S.F.S.T.'s were attempted on the driver and the subject, a Filiberto Ramos-Garcia, wm, was placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated. He was transported to Parker County Jail where he was booked into the jail for Driving While Intoxicated >=0.15.

On, Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 1210 hrs, Officer Chalmers and I were dispatched to a business located at 225 Adams Dr. in reference to theft. I arrived to the business where I met with the witness/store manager who advised that two juvenile females had selected, concealed, and exited the business without paying for items valued at $99.95. During the investigation, it was discovered that the juveniles were also suspected of shoplifting from the same business earlier in the week. Both juveniles were placed under arrest and transported to the Weatherford Police Department for processing. After contacting the Parker County Juvenile Probation Office, both juveniles were released to their parents. Theft reports for the prior thefts were completed and forwarded to CID for further investigation.

On 11-13-11 I, Ofc Beniak was dispatched to 705 N Main to meet with a complainant that believed he was being followed by the U.S. Marshals Service. Upon my arrival I made contact with Christopher Guevara. Guevara admitted to taking methamphetamine and was found to be a danger to himself or others. Guevara was taken into custody for Public Intoxication (Other than Alcohol).

On, Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 1210 hrs, Officer Chalmers and I were dispatched to a business located at 225 Adams Dr. in reference to theft. I arrived to the business where I met with the witness/store manager who advised that two juvenile females had selected, concealed, and exited the business without paying for items valued at $99.95. During the investigation, it was discovered that the juveniles were also suspected of shoplifting from the same business earlier in the week. Both juveniles were placed under arrest and transported to the Weatherford Police Department for processing. After contacting the Parker County Juvenile Probation Office, both juveniles were released to their parents. Theft reports for the prior thefts were completed and forwarded to CID for further investigation. Total amount taken during this episode was $59.00 on November 12, 2011.

On, Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 1210 hrs, Officer Chalmers and I were dispatched to a business located at 225 Adams Dr. in reference to theft. I arrived to the business where I met with the witness/store manager who advised that two juvenile females had selected, concealed, and exited the business without paying for items valued at $99.95. During the investigation, it was discovered that the juveniles were also suspected of shoplifting from the same business earlier in the week. Both juveniles were placed under arrest and transported to the Weatherford Police

On November 13, 2011 I, Ofc. T. Bramow 78 was dispatched to 1909 Fort Worth Hwy in reference to a hit and run. Prior to my arrival other officers searched the area for a vehicle that matched the description given by a witness. The vehicle was not located. I spoke with a store representative and she stated that an unnamed witness saw a blue in color SUV strike the outside wall of the business and leave the scene without attempting to contact the business. A report for Duty on Striking Fixture/Hwy Landscape >=200 was taken.

On 11-13-11 at approximately 1927 hours I, Officer J. Young #80, was dispatched to 100 block Dubellette in reference to an accident possibly involving an intoxicated driver. Upon arrival I contacted the suspect, Craig Cook. An investigation was done and it was found that Cook was operating the vehicle involved in the accident and had a white female juvenile under 15 years of age while he was intoxicated. Cook was arrested for DWI with a Child Passenger. A report was made for the accident and DWI with a Child Passenger.

On Sunday 11-13-2011 at approximately 1958 hrs. I reporting officer (Tippie #42,) observed a black 2003 Hyundai Sonata traveling in the 500 block of N. Main South Bound at a speed of 42 miles per hour in a posted 30 mile per hour speed zone. I stopped that vehicle for speeding in the 100 block of W. Water and identified the driver as Matthew William Thompson. During a routine license and warrant check it was determined that Thompson had a warrant for his arrest from the Weatherford Police Department for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility. I confirmed on the warrant and took Thompson into custody for it and later transported him to the Parker County Jail. A report was made over the incident.

Sports Calendar

Friday, October 31

  • AHS Varsity vs. Granbury at Aledo Bearcat Stadium, Football Senior Parent Night, 7:30 p.m.

  • Trinity Christian Academy Varsity at Newman International, 7:30 p.m. *District Game

Tuesday, November 4

  • AHS Varsity Girls Orange at Wichita Falls Varsity Tournament, Canyon West, 9:00 a.m.

  • Aledo Middle School vs. Stephenville Henderson JH at Aledo MS;
    7C, 5:00;
    7B, 6:00;
    7A, 7:00 p.m.
    *Times are tentative and subject to change. Then length of games will determine the starting times for the rest of the games.

  • Aledo Middle School at Stephenville Henderson JH;
    8C, 5:00;
    8B, 6:00;
    8A, 7:00 p.m.
    *Times are tentative and subject to change. Then length of games will determine the starting times for the rest of the games.

Friday, November 7

  • AHS Varsity at Cleburne, 7:30 p.m.

Friday, November 14

  • AHS Varsity Girls Black at Texas Girls Classic, Texarkana Country Club through Nov. 15

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