Daily Crime Brief, January 16, 2018

On Wednesday January 10, at approximately 11:48 pm, Deputy Matthew Schenck made a traffic stop in the 2600 block of Southwest Parkway. The 24-year-old male driver was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Driving While Intoxicated.

On Friday January 12, at approximately 1:06 pm, Deputy Eric Jerrols responded to 900 7th Street in reference to a Forgery. Upon arrival, the Reporting Person reported that a subject forged three checks on his account in the amount of $7,000.00.

On Friday January 12, at approximately 2:57 am, Sergeant Cole McGarry checked an occupied vehicle in the 1900 block of F.M. 367. A 23-yer-old male and a 25-year-old male were placed under arrest. They were transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and were charged with Public Intoxication.

On Friday January 12, at approximately 10:00 am, Deputy Greg Anderson observed a disturbance while at a business located in the 4300 block of Barnett Road. A 38-year-old male was barred from the property.

On Friday January 12, at approximately 12:20 am, Deputy Kristian Valdez and Deputy Andrew Speegle made a traffic stop at the intersection of Scott and 15th. The 23-year-old-male driver was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 3 under 28 grams.

On Saturday January 13, at approximately 6:45 pm, Deputy Hunter Deason responded to the intersection of Van Loh and F.M. 368 in reference to several controlled burns that had been unreported. A 52-year-old male was issued a citation for Violation of Outdoor Burn Rules.

On Saturday January l3, at approximately 8:54 pm, Deputy Ivan Galarza made a traffic stop at the intersection of Burkburnett Road and Pleasant View. The 23-year old male driver was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with an outstanding warrant for Parole Violation.

On Sunday January 14, at approximately 6:11 pm, Deputy Hunter Deason responded to the 1900 block of Cameron Lane in reference to a Burglary in Progress. Upon arrival, the Reporting Person reported that several items had been stolen from the property. The suspects were in a black SUV that had left prior to Deputies arrival.

On Sunday January 14, at approximately 10; 22 pm, Deputy Brett Brasher made a traffic stop at the intersection of Lincoln and North Scott. The 36-year-old male driver was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1 less than one gram and Unlawful Carrying of Weapon.

On Monday January 15, at approximately 11:56 am, Deputy Eric Jerrols and Deputy J.T. Mitchell responded to the 1700 block of Cameron Lane in reference to a Burglary in Progress. Upon arrival, the Reporting Person reported that a black SUV had been parked at the property. While on the call, a Texas Game Warden called out with the black SUV in the 3600 block of River Road. The SUV was found to have been reported stolen. Upon Deputies arrival to that location a 42-year-old female was placed under arrest. She was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle.

On Tuesday January 16, at approximately 1:52 am, Deputy Matthew Schenck made a traffic stop in the 2200 block of Southwest Parkway. The 31-year-old male driver was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Driving While Intoxicated and Unlawful Carrying of Weapon.

THE WICHITA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS NOW HIRING:

The Wichita County Sheriff’s Office is now hiring Detention Officers. If you are interested in a fun and rewarding career, you can pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office located at the Wichita County Courthouse, 900 7th Street or contact the Training Unit at 940-766-8254.

Disclaimer: Wichita County Sheriff Deputies respond to multiple events every day. This information is just a sampling. Information is subject to change as case investigation proceeds. Individuals arrested on the basis of probable cause have not been charged. All suspects charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.