On Friday, May 25th, at approximately 9:30 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department observed a white 2002 Chevrolet Tracker traveling southbound on Williams. A records check on the vehicle indicated that it was not properly insured. Officers initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle at the intersection of Harding and Cleveland.
The driver, and only occupant of the vehicle, was identified as 46 year old Julie Wallace. Wallace advised police that she did not have a valid driver’s license at which time officers had Wallace exit the vehicle. While officers were speaking to Wallace she admitted to having recently purchased narcotics. When asked if they were in the vehicle she stated that they were. Officers searched the vehicle and located six individual baggies inside of the vehicle that contained a white crystal like substance. The substance rendered a positive for methamphetamine when field tested. The total weight of the substance was 174 grams.
Wallace was placed into custody and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where she was charged with manufacturing/delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group one over four grams.
On Tuesday, May 1st, at approximately 11:00 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a 2004 orange Nissan Maxima in the 1900 block of Hines.
The driver was identified as 29 year old Deonta Roberts, the front passenger at first gave officers a false name but was later identified as 26 year old Shatina Gilliam and the backseat passenger was identified as 18 year old Kendall Humphreys. Roberts was unable to provide proof of insurance on the vehicle at which time officers had the occupants step out of the vehicle in order to inventory it for impound.
As the occupants were exiting the vehicle officers observed two open Bud Light beers in the passenger area of the vehicle as well as a pill bottle with no label and numerous pills in it lying on the passenger floorboard. During the search of the vehicle officers located a Springfield Armory XP40 .40 caliber handgun, a Glock 42 .380 caliber handgun and a Taurus 709 9mm handgun inside the trunk of the vehicle. All three handguns had loaded magazines inserted in them. A records check on the three hanguns showed that the Glock 42 .380 handgun was reported stolen through the Arlington Police Department.
As officers were searching the subjects they located on Gilliam several clear plastic bags containing a green leafy substance on her person. The substance was field tested and render a positive result for marijuana and weighed 0.1685 ounces. Humphreys also admitted to having marijuana concealed in his left sock.
All three subjects were arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where they were charged with numerous offenses from theft of firearm, possession of marijuana in a drug free zone and failure to identify along with multiple outstanding warrants being served.
On Monday, April 23rd, at approximately 6:00 pm the Wichita Falls Police Department’s K-9 Unit stopped a 2017 Silver Toyota Rav4 in the 700 block of Central FWY on a speeding violation. The officer identified the driver as 23 year old Christopher R. Johnson and passenger as 22 year old Domonique Webster.
During the course of the traffic stop, officers could smell the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. A probable cause search was conducted based on the odor of marijuana. During the search 18.26 pounds of marijuana, 1,560 grams of THC edibles, and $2,305.00 in U.S. currency was located.
Both Johnson and Webster were arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail where they were charged with possession of marijuana over 5 pounds and possession of a controlled substance in penalty group two.
On Thursday, April 19th, at approximately 10:30 am officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department executed a narcotics search warrant in the 2000 block of Roberts.
During the course of the search officers located 11.69 pounds of marijuana along with 14.5 grams of THC liquid (vape pens). Two subjects were arrested; 20 year old Alisha Dillard and 22 year old Quentin Sims.
Both were transported to the Wichita County jail where they were charged with possession of marijuana over five pounds in a drug free zone.
On Friday, April 6th, at approximately 1:40 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department stopped a 2002 tan Buick Le Sabre at the intersection of Barwise and Texas Ave for improper tags. The driver was identified as 43 year old Cedric Gray.
While officers were in the process of writing a citation to the driver the WFPD K-9 Unit responded to the scene and conducted a free air search around the vehicle. During the search K-9 Turko alerted to the presence of narcotic odors emitting from inside the vehicle, at which time officers conducted a search of the vehicle.
During the search of the vehicle officers located a grey plastic bag inside a CD player box. Inside the bag officers observed numerous small clear plastic baggies containing a clear crystal like substance. The substance was field tested and rendered a positive for Methamphetamine. There were a total of 18 smaller baggies inside the plastic bag, all of which contained the same crystal like substance. 17 of the baggies weighed 29 grams and one weighed 28 grams for a total weight of 521 grams.
Gray was arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail where he was charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group one.
On Wednesday, March 28th, at approximately 9:30 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a red 2012 Chevrolet Cruze in the 700 block of Bonner. The vehicle was occupied by the driver who was identified as 32 year old Ryan Kiggan and the front passenger as 30 year old Amanda Kiggan.
Officers observed that Amanda had something in her hand. When asked what it was she opened her hand to reveal five pills that were later identified as Adderall. When asked if she had a prescription for the pills she stated that she did not. Amanda told officers that Ryan was her husband and that they have two children together. She went on to state that they left their two children, a seven year old female and a one year old male, alone at their residence in the 4200 block of Seabury while they drove to an address to purchase the Adderall.
Officers responded to the Kiggan’s address and found both the seven year old female and the one year old male inside the apartment sleeping alone. CPS was contacted and the children were released to family.
Both Amanda and Ryan were arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where they were charged with two counts of abandoning or endangering a child. Amanda was also charged with possession of a substance in penalty group two.
On Thursday, February 1st, at approximately 1:40 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department observed a 2017 white Ford Fiesta traveling 75 mph in a 60 mph zone in the 3100 block of U.S. Highway 287. Officers initiated a traffic stop and identified the driver as 54 year old Jeffery Carrethers.
WFPD K-9 Turko was deployed and conducted a free air sniff of the Fiesta. K-9 Turko gave a positive alert at the rear passenger door of the vehicle as well as the rear quarter near the trunk. A search was conducted based on probable cause from the K-9 alert. During the search, officers located a blue suitcase in the trunk of the vehicle that contained 18 individual vacuum sealed packages containing a green leafy substance that was later determined to be hydroponic marijuana.
Upon the discovery of the marijuana Carrethers gave a statement that all the marijuana was his. Carrethers stated that he purchased the marijuana in Denver, Colorado and was taking it with him to Dallas, TX.
The total amount of marijuana located inside the vehicle was 13.35 pounds.
Carrethers was arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where he was charged with Possession of Marijuana over 5 pounds under 50 pounds.
On Thursday, January 25th, at approximately 3:00 pm an officer with the Wichita Falls Police Department stopped a subject at 8th and Denver for running a stop sign. The subject was identified as 63 year old Donald Spence.
During the course of the stop Spence gave verbal consent for the officer to search his person. The officer located in Spence’s front right pant pocket a large plastic bag that contained several smaller bags of a white crystal like substance, a bag with a green leafy substance and what appeared to be a rolled cigarette containing a green leafy substance.
The white crystal like substance rendered a positive field test for methamphetamine. The green leafy substance as well as the green leafy substance that was rolled into a cigarette rendered a positive field test for marijuana. The way that the methamphetamine was individually packaged is consistent with the sell and distribution of illegal narcotics. The total weight for the methamphetamine was 11.5 grams and the total weight for the marijuana was .163 ounces.
Spence was placed into custody and was transported to the Wichita County jail where he was charged with manufacturing/delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group one and possession of marijuana. Due to the fact that the intersection of 8th and Denver is less than 1000 feet from the Denver Alternative Education school this made it a drug free zone.
On Sunday, December 17th, at approximately 5:18 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department responded to an occupied vehicle check at the intersection of Pyrenees and Catskills. Upon arrival they located a black Toyota 4Runner occupied by a white female who was lying across the front seat of the vehicle asleep. The vehicle was not running.
Officers identified the female as 58 year old Susan Tiffany. Her demeanor was erratic and she was unable to focus or speak in complete sentences. Officers detained her for possible intoxication.
Officers saw in plain view a purse sitting on the front passenger seat. The purse was open and inside the purse was a pill bottle that contained several small plastic bags. Upon a closer search officers located a second pill bottle inside the purse that contained three more plastic baggies. Inside each bag was a crystal like substance. Officers used a field test kit on the crystal like substance and it field tested positive as methamphetamine. The total weight of the methamphetamine, including the baggies, totaled 3.6 grams.
Tiffany was arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail where she was charged with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 1.
On Tuesday, November 14th, at approximately 1:30 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department conducted a traffic stop on 1997 blue Buick Lacrosse in the 2300 block of Holiday. The driver was identified as 36 year old Jesse Buckley and the front seat passenger as 26 year old Stephany Baxter.
Officers observed Buckley reaching for his waist. Believing he may have a weapon or trying to conceal evidence of a crime officers ordered Buckley to show his hands. He refused at which time officers opened the door of the vehicle in an attempt to gain control of Buckley. Buckley began kicking at officers and refused to comply with orders to show his hands and stop resisting. Officers deployed their Taser in an attempt to gain control of Buckley. He continued to resist, but was eventually placed into custody.
Officers conducted a search of the driver’s area and located a plastic bag with a crystal like substance in the floor board. The substance in the bag rendered a positive field test for methamphetamine.
Officers then spoke with Baxter and asked her if she was in possession of any illegal narcotics. She stated that she was and removed a clear bag from her person. Inside the bag were multiple smaller bags that contained a crystal like substance. The substance was field tested and showed a positive result for methamphetamine. The total weight of all the methamphetamine seized was 14.1 grams.
Both Buckley and Baxter were transported to the Wichita County jail without further incident.
Buckley was charged with resisting arrest and Baxter was charged with manufacturing or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group one.