Weatherford Police Department
News from or about the Weatherford Police Department
On July 24, 2011 at approximately 1100 I, Ofc. T. Bramow 78 was dispatched to 499 E Eighth St. in reference to a criminal mischief that had been committed. Upon arrival I noticed two playground sets that had been damaged. Photographs of the scene were taken. A report for Criminal Mischief 1,500<20,000 school property was taken.
On 07/23/2011 I Officer T.Wainscott # 79 was called to a theft at 1706 Remington Cr. Weatherford Texas 76086. Upon arrival I spoke with Ashley Helm B/F 18 who informed me that her iPhone, valued at less than 50.00 dollars, was stolen from her residence by a known suspect on 07/19/2011. Ashely Helm stated that the iPhone was taken without her consent and she wanted to pursue charges on the known suspect.
On 07/22/2011 I Officer T.Wainscott #79 Weatherford police department was dispatched to a burglary of a vehicle call, at 0700 Hrs in the 2200 blk of the FT worth Hwy. I spoke with the victim, Laurie Ramos (21yoa HF), who advised that sometime between 07/21/2011, 1500 Hrs and 07/22/2011, 0700 Hrs someone entered her red, 1996, Chevrolet pickup without her consent and stole a Dual AM/FM/CD receiver valued at $70. Ramos also had the front and rear tires on the left side of her pick up cut. Tire replacement estimated at $100 each. Ramos said that the suspect also took misc. articles of clothing from her clothes line outside her residence valued at less than $50. Report taken for Burglary of vehicle, Criminal Mischief, and Theft.
On 07.21.2011 at approximately 1250hrs, I reporting officer C Brown, #74 was dispatched to 207 N Oakridge in reference to an assault. Upon arrival we were met by Austin Montgomery, a white male 21 years of age who advised unknown subjects had jumped him in the field behind the residence, held him down to the ground, and cut him with a knife. Montgomery was transported to Weatherford Regional with minor injuries and a report was taken.
$1000 Reward Paid
An area resident will enjoy a $1,000 award paid by Parker County Crime Stoppers because of a tip that led to the arrest of a suspect in a burglary at the Weatherford Lake Marina in May.
The Weatherford Police Department reported the burglary that occurred on May 18 as the “Crime of the Week” to the local media. As a result, the Crime Stoppers tip-line received several calls identifying the suspect in this case.
On July 13th, Douglas Scott Martin, 41, was arrested for State Jail Felony Theft $1,500 to $20,000 and placed in the Parker County Jail.
On 7-21-11 I, Officer D.L. Morton # 72, received a criminal mischief call at 412 W. Bridge St. Upon arrival at 412 W. Bridge I was met by the complainant, Nelia Carter, who advised that sometime between 2255 hours last date and 0730 hours this date some unknown person intentionally or knowingly egged her vehicle, a dark blue 2004 Jeep Liberty causing her substantial inconvenience. A report was made.
On 07-20-11 at about 1520 hours, Jeffery Bell reported that sometime the previous night, someone entered his storage building and stole a Graco Airless paint sprayer. The storage building was located at 1513 Santa Fe Dr. A Burglary of a building report was completed.
On Monday, July 18, 2011 I, Ofc. D. Feare #59, was dispatched to the Weatherford Police Department in reference to a theft. When I arrived I met with complainant Carson Brielle Green, who told me her debit card number was used without her consent to make a fraudulent purchase in the amount of $30. Green told me this was done by an unknown person sometime on July 12, 2011
On 07-19-11 at approx 0825 hrs I, Ofc Beniak was dispatched to 201 N. Bowie in reference to a stolen motorcycle. Upon my arrival I made contact with Jeffery Maxwell. Maxwell advised that an unknown person took his 2001 red Honda XR70R dirt bike worth approx $1100.00 off his front porch without his permission. The bike was taken between 07-18-11 1930 hrs and 07-19-11 0800 hrs. A theft report was taken.
On 07-18-11 at approx 1000 hrs I, Ofc Beniak was dispatched to 2002 Santa Fe Dr for counterfeit money. While en route, I was advised that the suspect vehicle (silver Jeep), was still at the business . Upon my arrival I made contact with Lionor Palacios. Palacios advised that she received a counterfeit $20.00 bill from a W/F customer while she was in the drive through. Palacios advised that she confirmed that the bill was counterfeit using a money pen. A report was completed.
At approximately 09:15 hours this date,reporting officer J.Shelley - 63 was dispatched to contact subject Pam Kaiser by telephone regarding a person peeking into her windows in the mornings between 06:00 and 07:00 hours. Kaiser advised a w/m approximately 5'11", 165#, wearing glasses and walking a small dog had been seen peeking into her windows on two seperate occasions, this latest being this date. The address is 1600 Holland Lake Dr.
On this date, at about 1050 hours, I (Officer T. Johnson 319) was dispatched to 702 S. Main St in reference to a customer that threatened to display a handgun to Richard R. Bronaugh (Senior Optician/Lab Manager). The suspect left prior to my arrival.
On Thursday, July 14, 2011 I, Ofc. D. Feare #59, was dispatched to the Grand Prairie Police Department to transfer Raymon Pittman III (B/M 21yoa) who was being held there for outstanding class C misdemeanor warrants for his arrest from the Weatherford Police Department.
On 07-14-11 at approx 1300 hrs I, Ofc Beniak was dispatched to 600 N Main St for a reckless driver. Upon my arrival I made contact with Jennifer Kunkel. Kunkel was found to have warrants out of Weatherford PD for her arrest. Kunkel was taken into custody for those warrants and transported to the Parker Co Jail.