UPDATE: Molly has been adopted!!!
UPDATE: Molly has been adopted!!!
UPDATE: Molly has been adopted!!!
On Thursday, February 23, at approximately 10:50 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department observed a white 2014 Chevrolet Sonic drive through the blinking red light at the intersection of Lamar Street and 6th Street failing to come to a complete stop. Officers stopped the vehicle in the alley behind the 600 block of Scott Avenue.
Officers identified the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle as 61 year old Victor Saied. Saied appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Saied gave officers consent to search his vehicle at which time officers located in plain view a plastic bag containing a white crystalized substance. After further search of the vehicle officers located a second plastic bag containing a white crystalized substance, as well as a white rock like substance. The crystalized substance was tested and rendered a positive result for methamphetamine. The rock like substance was also tested and rendered a positive result for cocaine.
Saied was placed in custody and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where he was charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group one over four grams and possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one under one gram. Both charges were enhanced due to the fact that Saied was within 1000 feet of a day care which is a drug free zone.
The methamphetamine weighed 18.8 grams and the cocaine weighed .3 grams.
On Wednesday, February 22, at approximately 6:00 am officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department were dispatched to the 4200 block of Hughes in reference to a possible aggravated sexual assault.
Upon arrival officers spoke with one of the victims who stated that just after midnight while he and a friend were sleeping he was awoken to being hit on the head. The victim stated that a subject, later identified as 33 year old Drew Mathis, was standing over him with a handgun. The victim stated that he saw Mathis sexually assault his friend. After the assault Mathis and the second victim left the residence together.
Through a records check officers learned that Mathis was associated with an address in the 600 block of Sunset. Officers went to the address to locate the second victim and check on their welfare. There was a vehicle in the driveway that was registered to the second victim.
After officers knocked on the door and announced their presence the victim eventually came out. Officers saw the door close immediately behind them and heard the sound of the door being locked.
Officers set up a perimeter on the residence. At approximately 8:15 am Mathis exited the residence without incident and was taken into custody. He was transported to the Wichita County jail where he was charged with two counts of burglary of a habitation and aggravated sexual assault.
On 02-22-17, at approx 2:15am, WFPD officers responded to the 2000 blk of Taft in reference to a suspicious person call. Upon arrival, they made contact with 34 year old Crystal Truitt. Truitt told them that she had called police because someone was after her. A family member showed up on the scene in a white Mazda Tribute and Truitt got into the backseat. While the family member was outside of the car talking with officers, Truitt exited the car and got into the driver’s seat and tried to drive off without the owners consent. Officers approached the vehicle and tried to stop her but she would not comply. An officer was able to push on the brake pedal of the vehicle with his hands while Truitt pressed on the gas. The vehicle moved forward and struck the officer but he was able to roll out from under the vehicle to avoid being completely ran over. Truitt led officers on a pursuit until she finally stopped at Kiowa Casino in Devol, Oklahoma and ran inside. One of the pursuing officers made contact with her inside the casino’s main entrance where she was being hostile and aggressive. The officer deployed his taser and Truitt was taken into custody. She was charged with Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer and Evading Arrest in a Vehicle.
The injured officer was taken to United Regional where he was treated for his injuries and later released.
On 02-21-17, at approx 11:56am, WFPD officers made a traffic stop on a white Oldsmobile Alero for speeding in the 2400 blk of Central Freeway. Investigation revealed syringes loaded with a clear liquid and a clear glass pipe with white residue inside the vehicle. The liquid field tested positive for methamphetamine. The driver was identified as 23 year old Dennis Bass. The passenger, who originally gave a false name and date of birth to the officers, was identified as 22 year old Anya Vanacker. Bass and Vanacker were arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance PG-1 and transported to jail. Both subjects also had warrants out for their arrest. At the jail, Bass was found to be in possession of methamphetamine on his person during his intake process. Their charges were as follows:
On 02-17-17, at approx 12:45am, officers responded to the 1600 blk of 14th Street in reference to a suspicious maroon F150 pickup driving recklessly. Dispatched advised that the vehicle was driving through yards and almost struck a house. Upon arrival, officers observed the vehicle spinning its tires in a driveway. They activated their overhead emergency lights in an attempt to make contact with the driver but the suspect vehicle took off at a high rate of speed. A brief pursuit ensued, approx 4 minutes, around the neighborhood with the suspect vehicle eventually returning to the same driveway in which it started. Officers pulled in behind it preventing it from leaving. The suspect, later identified as 41 year old Antonio Rosales, put the truck in reverse and rammed the police vehicle 3 times as an officer was trying to exit. Other officers were able to approach the suspect vehicle but Rosales would not exit or follow multiple commands. As a result, Rosales was tased and taken into custody. Rosales was charged with the following offenses:
On February 16th, at 9:30 pm an officer initiated a traffic stop on a blue Ford Ranger for expired registration at Kell Blvd West and Travis. Upon contact with the driver it was observed that the registration decal displayed on the vehicle had be altered. The driver was identified as Olan Robison and the passenger as Edward Harrell. A warrant check revealed that Robison had a possible outstanding warrant for his arrest. Neither one had a valid driver’s license so the vehicle was impounded as required by city ordinance. During the inventory search of the vehicle the officers located a bag containing approximately 13 grams of Methamphetamine. Robison and Harrell were arrested for Manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, Methamphetamine. Harrell was also cited for no driver’s license and wrong registration sticker displayed.
On February 15th at approximately 3:40 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department were dispatched to a possible disturbance at a residence in the 1600 blk of 31st St. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim. The victim stated he had been assaulted by the suspect who had fled the area on foot. The suspect, later identified as Clara Glasgow, was located and detained in the 2900 blk of Holliday Rd. As the officer spoke with the suspect he noticed that she was nervous and clinching tightly on a purse in her possession. Glasgow gave consent to search the items in her possession. During the course of the search approximately 0.4 grams of Methamphetamine was located along with some drug paraphernalia. Glasgow was arrested for possession of Methamphetamine and issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.