News and reports from county law enforcement agencies
The U.S. Postal Service is seeking information on two persons suspected of stealing identities in the East Parker County area.
Between July 7-Aug. 1 two suspects entered various retail stores in
the White Settlement and Fort Worth areas, where they purchased various goods with credit cards obtained with stolen identities.
The victim’s information was acquired from mail stolen in East Parker County and West Tarrant County near the Cattle Barron area and White Settlement Road. The subjects are purchasing sporting goods and clothing items for $700 to $900.
The vehicle driven by the suspect is a newer model light blue Ford F150 crew cab; it has chrome nerf bars beneath both doors.
Anyone having or needing information please contact
Inspector Charlie Tutor at (817) 691-2359 or email email@example.com.
Parker County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested two men in connection with three recent burglaries.
Deputies responded to a burglary in progress call around 3:30 p.m., Wednesday in the 3300 block of East Bankhead Highway.
Deputies discovered two suspects inside the residence after a neighbor witnessed the pair breaking into the home.
When deputies arrived on scene, they observed a black Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck backed into the driveway, facing the roadway. Deputies reported the rear door of the home had been forcefully entered.
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A Wise County man that rammed his wife’s car and then shot her twice in the leg last November was assessed sentences of 60, 20, and 10 years in prison for three aggravated assault cases in a jury trial that concluded in Weatherford on Thursday.
On November 3, David Daniel Duff, Jr., 41, was served with divorce papers after having separated from his wife about a month prior. What happened from there was described by Assistant District Attorney Jeff Swain, who tried the case with Assistant District Attorney Kathleen Catania, as "the worst nightmare of every person that files for divorce."
PARKER COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS
CRIME OF THE WEEK
Issued June 6, 2011
Vandals Strike the Hike and Bike Trail
The Parker County Crime Stoppers has issued the following Crime of the Week and we need your help in solving this crime.
On Wednesday, 06/01/2011, while on routine patrol of the Town Creek Hike and Bike Trails, Weatherford Police Officers observed several areas along the trail to have been spray painted as well as some railroad property in the area.
Monday, Alan Burton Davis pled guilty in a Parker County District Court and was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the June 2010 aggravated robbery of the Walgreens on Main Street in Weatherford. According to Assistant District Attorney Nikki Morton, Davis also pled guilty to 12 years in prison for his attempt to rob the same store a second time, only a month later.
The Parker County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Division is investigating a burglary of habitation call occurring Tuesday, Dec. 8.
Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler said the incident was reported around 3 p.m. in the 100 block of Aledo Creeks Road in Aledo.
The occupant of the residence arrived home and told deputies the suspect(s) entered a rear door of the home and stole several watches, two high school rings, an undisclosed amount of currency, a 12-week-old Chihuahua puppy with its crate and a large amount of gold a diamond jewelry (necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets) and costume jewelry valued at several thousand dollars along with three televisions and a laptop computer.
The following offenses were observed or reported to the Parker County Sheriff’s Office Monday, Nov. 15, 2010.
Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
200 block of Jay Bird Cut-Off, the complainant reported a known suspect took her vehicle without permission.
Burglary of a habitation
600 block of Turpin Lake Road, the complainant reported unknown suspect(s) entered the residence, stole personal items and caused damages.
1400 block of Finney Drive, the complainant reported unknown suspect(s) entered the residence and stole an indoor and outdoor air conditioning system unit, causing damages.
Theft of property
18600 block of Highway 377, the complainant reported unknown suspect(s) stole fuel from a vehicle’s gas tank and a fuel cell.
PARKER COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS
CRIME OF THE WEEK
Issued September 9, 2010
The Parker County Crime Stoppers has issued the following Crime of the Week and needs your help in solving this crime.
On Thursday, August 12, 2010, at approximately 10 p.m., a female jogger (using a headlamp due to the time of evening) was running eastbound at the 900 block of W. Russell St. in Weatherford when an unidentified vehicle veered towards her and struck her. The vehicle then continued on without stopping. The victim, a 38 year old white female from Weatherford, was conscious at the time units arrived, and was transported to Weatherford Regional Medical Center by ambulance due to injuries sustained in the hit and run.