On Tuesday May 2, at approximately 10:33 am, Lieutenant William Rutledge responded to the Iowa Part Police Department in reference to a Theft. Upon arrival, the Reporting Person reported that a subject had stolen her Lone Star Card, Sam’s Card and Kiowa Casino Card.
On Tuesday May 2, at approximately 6:38 pm, Deputy Greg Wilson responded to the l700 block of Williams to assist a Juvenile Probation Officer with an arrest.
On Wednesday May 3, at approximately 10:14 pm, Deputy Cole McGarry made a traffic stop in the 900 block of Kemp. The 56-year-old male driver was placed under arrest. He transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Possession of Marijuana under two ounces and Wrong, Fictitious, Altered or Obscured Insignia.
On Wednesday May 3, at approximately 1:30 pm, Deputy J.T. Mitchell responded to the 3100 block of Midwestern Pkwy in reference to a Theft. Upon arrival, a 19-year-old male was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Theft over $100.00 under $750.00. He was also barred from the property.
On Thursday May 4, at approximately 2:17 am, Deputy Josh McGuinn responded to the intersection of Midwestern Pkwy. and Hampstead Lane in reference to a traffic accident. Upon arrival, a 30-year-old male driver was placed under arrest. He was transported to the Wichita County Detention Center and was charged with Driving While Intoxicated.
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.