2/5 - Application for Mental
Detention and Observation - 900 block of Sunrise Drive: At 11:48 a.m. officers
responded to a report of a male threatening to harm himself. Family members had
become concerned that the male needed to seek a doctor’s care for assistance in
dealing with some severe personal problems. After determining that the male was
a danger to himself, officers took him into custody after a brief period of
resistance. He was transported to JPS Hospital for observation.
2/6 - Application for Mental
Detention and Observation - 700 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 12:59 a.m.
officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. A father and son,
both adults, had been in an argument and the son stated as officers entered the
home that he was going to “just kill himself.” The son continued to exhibit
irrational behavior and then stated that he did not want to harm himself.
Officers determined that the male had been drinking alcohol and was a danger to
himself. After a short struggle with officers he was handcuffed and transported
to JPS Hospital. The male continued to resist the officer and act out
irrationally after arriving at the facility.
2/5 - Disorderly Conduct –
500 block of North Road: At 10:03 a.m. officers responded to a complaint of a
male shooting a pellet gun at his home. The suspect, a known male who lives in
the same neighborhood, had been shooting a pellet gun over the roof of the complainant’s
home when the owner asked him to stop. The suspect shot the weapon again and
then cursed at the home owner. The suspect was issued a citation and released.
2/6 - Driving While
Intoxicated - 1200 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 12:37 a.m. an officer
stopped a vehicle for erratic driving. The male, who smelled of an alcoholic
beverage, admitted to drinking earlier in the evening. The driver was unable to
successfully complete a field sobriety assessment. He was arrested and
transported to jail for booking. A warrant was obtained for a blood sample,
which was drawn by jail medical staff.
2/7 - Assault (Bodily Injury)
- 900 block of Corry A. Edwards Drive: At 1:20 p.m. a school resource officer
was notified of a possible assault that occurred during school hours. Four
students reportedly had assaulted another student. A school staff member was
looking into the claim for a determination of district policy violations or if
the case should be referred to the officer. Later that week the officer was
notified that the staff believed the incident rose to the level of a crime and
turned the investigation over to police. After interviewing the suspects witnesses,
and the victim the officer was able to determine that the suspects did commit
assault causing bodily injury. Charges against all suspects have been referred
to the juvenile justice center.
2/6 – Theft - $750 to $2,500
- 900 block of Wildcat Way: At 9:00 a.m. a school resource officer received a
report of a stolen laptop computer. The student left the computer in the desk
of a classroom and when he returned it was gone. The item was valued at
2/6 – Manufacture/Delivery of
Control Substance - 1300 block of W. Kennedale Parkway: At 4:41 p.m. officers
responded to a report of an intoxicated person. A male was observed coming out
of a business and walking to a vehicle. The vehicle had warrants attached to
the license plate for the registered owner. As officers made contact, the male
admitted that the warrants were his but stated he had sat them out at
Mansfield. During the interview of the male, officers located methamphetamine
in the vehicle. The male was arrested for the narcotics and transported to jail
2/6 - Assault Family Violence
(Bodily Injury) - 100 block of Oak Ridge Trail: At 6:25 p.m. officers responded
to a domestic assault. An adult male had been in a physical altercation with
his ex-girlfriend’s adult son. The male was bloodied and the son claimed to
have been assaulted by the male hitting him in the head with a beer bottle. The
male was transported to Arlington Medical Center for treatment while statements
were taken from everyone present. Charges are pending further investigation.
2/8 - Assault (Bodily Injury)
- 900 block of Wildcat Way: At 9:00 a.m. a school resource officer was informed
of an assault at the high school. A female victim reported that she was
assaulted by another female, who struck her in the back of the head as she
walked away from a verbal altercation. The victim reported that she felt pain
for several days after the assault. The offense was captured on video, which
was reviewed by the officer. A charge was filed at the juvenile justice center.
2/8 - Application for Mental
Detention and Observation - 100 block of Oakwood Lane: At 2:53 p.m. officers
responded to a welfare check. An adult female reported that she had changed medications
for an emotional condition and the medication was causing her to think
irrationally. She was concerned about possibly harming family members and
desired transport to a private hospital. Officers transported her to a nearby
hospital for observation and treatment.
2/10 - Application for Mental
Detention and Observation - 100 block of Briarwood Road: At 11:27 p.m. officers
responded to a report of an emotionally disturbed person. An intoxicated female
was located in the driveway of the residence. The female admitted to being
intoxicated and stated she was having trouble dealing with a personal issue.
The female told officers that she felt like she needed help in dealing with her
emotions. She reported having attempted to harm herself in the past. The female
went into the residence with family members but before officers could leave she
attempted to use a large knife to threaten harm to herself or her family. The female
was transported to JPS Hospital for observation and treatment.
2/10 - Criminal Mischief $100
to $750 - 6800 block of Oak Crest Drive E.: At 4:35 p.m. officers responded to
a report of damage to a motor vehicle. Officers observed a pick-up truck with several
windows broken out. The truck was parked in the driveway of residence that had
no connection to the truck. The vehicle owner had parked in the driveway and
left it without permission. As officers examined the truck they found a cell
phone in the vehicle that did not belong there. The phone belonged to the
residence owner, who acknowledged committing the damage. He stated that he was
mad that the truck was parked in his driveway. The suspect was arrested and
charged with the damage.
2/11 - Public Intoxication - 600
block of Winterwood Drive: At 5:20 p.m. an officer responded to an intoxicated
person. A home owner reported that his adult son was refusing to leave the
property and was under the influence of an unknown narcotic. The officer placed
the suspect under arrest for the intoxication and transported him to jail for
2/11 – Theft - $100 to $750 -
6300 block of Tealcove Drive: At 1:42 p.m. officers met with a female complainant
who stated that she had wired money to a location out of state. The money was
supposed to go to a well-known celebrity singer. After speaking with the female,
it was evident that she was suffering from a mental episode but had, in fact,
wired money to an unknown person out of state. The case remains under investigation.