On Tuesday, November 13th, at approximately 7:00 am officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department were dispatched to the 1200 block of Central Fwy to the Exxon gas station in reference to an occupied vehicle check. The reporting party believed that there were two subjects, a white male and a black male, in a silver Dodge Ram with a U-Haul trailer attached attempting to sell stolen property.
Upon arrival officers located the vehicle and the two subjects. The white male was identified as 35 year old Justin Davis. As officers began investigating it was determined that the Dodge pickup was stolen out of New Mexico. As officers attempted to place Davis into custody he attempted to flee from officers as well as resist them. Officers deployed their Taser at which time he was taken into custody without further incident.
Officers located a handgun under the driver seat of the vehicle. A check on the firearm revealed that it was stolen out of New Mexico as well. Officers mirandized Davis at which time he advised officers he had stolen both the vehicle and the firearm. Davis also advised officers that he had just met the black male that was there and that he had no knowledge of the theft. After a check on the subject he was released at the scene.
Further investigation revealed that the U-Haul trailer had been stolen out of Oklahoma and Davis was in possession of 8.87 grams of a substance that rendered a positive field test for methamphetamine which he attempted to destroy while on scene.
Davis was transported to the Wichita County jail where he was charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, theft of a firearm, unlawful possession of a firearm , theft, tampering with evidence, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, resisting and evading.
On Wednesday, November 7th, at approximately 8:00 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department observed a stolen vehicle, a 2012 black Tacoma pickup, being driven northbound on Henry S. Grace. As officers began to follow, the driver of the vehicle began to flee at a high rate of speed.
The driver of the vehicle, who was later identified as 36 year old Jessie Greek, attempted to evade officers in the area of 33rd Street. Greek exited the moving vehicle in the 2200 block of Holliday Rd and began to evade police on foot prior to officers taking him into custody.
A records check on Greek revealed that he had multiple warrants for his arrest to include Federal and State warrants.
A search of the vehicle revealed property that had recently been taken in two vehicle burglaries that occurred earlier in the 4300 block of Kell West Blvd.
Greek was transported to the Wichita County jail without further incident where he was charged with multiple counts of evading, multiple counts of burglary of a vehicle, and numerous warrants.
On Monday, October 29th, at approximately 4:15 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a silver Chrevrolet Malibu in the area of Southwest Pky and Barnett Rd. The vehicle was occupied by the driver who was identified as 29 year old Brandie Allen. The front seat passenger first identified herself as 26 year old Anna McLaughlin but it was later determined that her real name was Anna Pierce.
A records check revealed that both subjects had warrants for their arrest. Both subjects were placed into custody for the warrants.
Due to the fact that the warrant Allen had for her arrest was a narcotic related warrant a search of the vehicle was conducted. During the search officers located inside the center armrest of the vehicle a clear plastic bag that contained a white crystal like substance that rendered a positive result when field tested for methamphetamine. The total weight of the substance was 12.3 grams.
Both Allen and Pierce were transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where they were booked in on their outstanding warrants and for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group one. Pierce was also charged with failure to identify.
On Tuesday, October 23rd, at approximately 12 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department responded to the 1600 block of 32nd in reference to a subject with an aggravated robbery warrant. Upon arrival they located 30 year old Dekendra Manuel. The warrant was confirmed and she was placed into custody.
The warrant steams from an aggravated robbery call that WFPD officers were dispatched to on July 5th of this year at approximately 2:15 am in the 300 block of North Scott at the Haystack. Upon arrival the victim stated that Manuel became upset with her for filming someone who was there. Manuel attempted to take the phone away from the victim. When Manuel was unable to get the phone the victim stated that Manuel struck her in the head with a beer bottle and began to assault her. The victim suffered lacerations to her head that required medical treatment. Manuel fled the scene prior to officers arrival.
Manuel was transported to the Wichita County jail without incident and was booked in on the aggravated robbery warrant.
On Monday, October 22nd, at approximately 2:10 pm an officer with the Wichita Falls Police Department observed a subject who he knew to be 35 year old Justin Randall in the 1600 block of 12th Street. The officer knew Randall had recently been listed on the Crimes Stoppers Texoma’s Most Wanted list. A records check on Randall revealed that he had 11 outstanding warrants for his arrest, to include multiple assault charges.
When additional officers arrived on scene they attempted to take Randall into custody for his warrants at which time he began to fight with officers. After a physical struggle officers were able to get Randall into handcuffs. As he was being placed into a patrol vehicle Randall kicked one of the officers in the chest. While transporting Randall to the Wichita County jail he kicked out one of the backseat windows of the vehicle.
Once at confinement Randall was booked in on the 11 warrants and was also charged with resisting arrest, assault on a public servant and criminal mischief.
On Tuesday, July 31st, at approximately 5:30 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department located 32 year old Joseph DePriest in the 1200 block of Central Freeway at the FasPac. Officers knew DePriest had three outstanding felony warrants.
Officers approached Depriest at which time he attempted to run from officers. After a short foot pursuit Depriest was taken into custody.
During a search incident to an arrest DePriest was found to be in possession of 11.1 grams of methamphetamine and an ecstasy pill.
DePriest was arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail without further incident where he was charged with manufacturing/delivery of a substance in penalty group one, possession of a substance in penalty group two, evading and the felony warrants.
On Thursday, May 17th, at approximately 10:45 am officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department were dispatched to the 1400 block of Broad at the Stripes store in reference to a possible disturbance. A white male wearing a blue shirt and tan pants was reported to be assaulting a female at that location.
While responding to the call officers were advised that City of Wichita Falls workers were following the suspect down Bluff St. Officers located the witnesses and the male suspect, who was later identified as 38 year old John Antee, in the 1600 block of Bluff. Antee was holding a gold beer can in his hand.
The witnesses advised that they were driving down 14th St. when they observed Antee assaulting the female clerk at the Stripes so they followed him and called police. Officers went back to the store where they spoke to the victim. She advised she was working at the store when Antee came in. She saw him grab a beer and put it in his pocket. She told him to put it on the counter. He said he did not have anything and walked out of the store. The victim followed him outside at which time Antee hit the victim on the side of the head.
Antee was placed under arrest and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where he was charged with robbery.
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 Monday, December 4th, at approximately 11:30 am officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department were dispatched to the 2100 block of Joline in reference to a burglary in progress. Upon arrival officers located the victim who was on the front porch arguing with the suspect, 40 year old Angela Everman.
The victim told officers that when they came home they discovered Everman naked inside their residence. The victim stated that Everman had turned on the gas to the stove and began eating the victim’s food to include cake, a salad, popcorn, a cookie and drank a Pepsi.
Everman spoke with officers and advised them that she broke a window to get into the apartment. She said once inside she washed her hair and ate some cake, tomatoes, and lettuce. She said the food was already inside the apartment when she entered and she did not pay for it. She said she had been at the apartment for about two hours but she did not have permission to be inside. Everman went on to tell officers that she chose the apartment because she remembered it from a long time ago and she knew the lay out.
Officers were able to see signs of forced entry into the residence by way of a window.
Everman was arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail without incident where she was charged with burglary of a habitation.
On Monday, November 27th, at approximately 4:00 pm officers with the Wichita Falls Police Department were dispatched to the 1800 block of Polk in reference to a possible disturbance.
While in route to the call officers were waved down at the intersection of Avenue H and Monroe Street in reference to a 30 year old white male on the ground with a large wound to the top of his head. The victim was having difficulty speaking but advised police that he had been assaulted by unknown suspects. Medical personnel responded to the location and transported the victim to the hospital.
As officers began speaking with witnesses they observed a large rock, a black pocket knife and a tree branch that witnesses stated were used in the assault. Witnesses also provided for police a video of the assault that was taken with a phone.
Officers located a subject in the 1800 block of Polk that appeared to be the same subject that officers saw in the video assaulting the victim. He was identified as 20 year old Casey Green. While officers were talking with Green he admitted to assaulting the victim. Green stated that he had been involved in a disturbance with the victim. Green stated that approximately 8-9 minutes after the victim departed two of his friends, an 18 year old black male and a 19 year old Hispanic male, showed up. Green stated they all went looking for the victim then found him in an empty lot in the 1800 block of Polk St. Green stated that the victim fled and that he had thrown a large rock at the victim and it struck him in the back of his left shoulder. Green stated once they caught the victim in the intersection the three of them began hitting the victim with a tree branch and began kicking him in the head and body. Green stated that there was a crowd forming and they told him they were calling the police and that`s when the suspects fled the scene.
Green was arrested and transported to the Wichita County jail where he was charged with aggravated assault.
The other suspects in the assault were not located. The case is still under investigation.