Weatherford Democrat

January 2, 2014

Grand jury delivers meth-dealing indictments


Weatherford Democrat

— By CHRISTIN COYNE

A Parker County grand jury recently indicted two people accused of dealing methamphetamine in the Reno area last March and attempting to get rid of the drugs as they fled investigators.

Bryan Keith Kabrick, 51, and Karie Kay Smith, 39, were each indicted Dec. 19 on a charge of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams, less than 200 grams.

Deputies arrived at the residence in the 500 block of Arvel Circle around 4:30 p.m. March 12 and found a Chevrolet Camaro leaving the scene and a wanted man attempting to flee out the back of the residence, according to court records.

Deputies found a cigarette package containing a bag with 7.5 grams of suspected methamphetamine about 6 feet from the driver’s side door where the car had stopped, according to a probable cause affidavit.

The driver of the car, Smith, was smoking a cigarette matching the brand in the package, according to deputies.

Kabrick, who had a parole violation warrant, was observed attempting to flee from the rear of the house, according to the affidavit.

Kabrick threw a black box over the property line fence, the sheriff’s office reported. Inside deputies reportedly found several baggies of suspected methamphetamine totaling more than 34 grams and marijuana totaling nearly 24 grams, along with empty baggies believed to be for repackaging and two sets of electronic scales.

By CHRISTIN COYNE

WD Staff report



A Parker County grand jury recently indicted two people accused of dealing methamphetamine in the Reno area last March and attempting to get rid of the drugs as they fled investigators.

Bryan Keith Kabrick, 51, and Karie Kay Smith, 39, were each indicted Dec. 19 on a charge of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams, less than 200 grams.

Deputies arrived at the residence in the 500 block of Arvel Circle around 4:30 p.m. March 12 and found a Chevrolet Camaro leaving the scene and a wanted man attempting to flee out the back of the residence, according to court records.

Deputies found a cigarette package containing a bag with 7.5 grams of suspected methamphetamine about 6 feet from the driver’s side door where the car had stopped, according to a probable cause affidavit.

The driver of the car, Smith, was smoking a cigarette matching the brand in the package, according to deputies.

Kabrick, who had a parole violation warrant, was observed attempting to flee from the rear of the house, according to the affidavit.

Kabrick threw a black box over the property line fence, the sheriff’s office reported. Inside deputies reportedly found several baggies of suspected methamphetamine totaling more than 34 grams and marijuana totaling nearly 24 grams, along with empty baggies believed to be for repackaging and two sets of electronic scales.



Cocaine indictment

A Parker County grand jury indicted a 26-year-old Abilene man, David Hermoso, on a charge of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than 200 grams, less than 400 grams.

A DPS trooper reportedly stopped the westbound vehicle going 71 mph in a 65 mph zone near the Brazos River bridge in west Parker County on May 9, 2012, and noticed the driver was breathing heavily.

The driver, Hermoso, allowed him to search his person during the traffic stop and, after the officer told him he would be receiving a warning for speeding, the officer observed the man’s neck to be pulsing, according to the officer’s statement.

Hermoso denied the trooper permission to search the vehicle so the trooper requested the Parker County K-9, which gave a positive alert, indicating the vehicle contained narcotics, according to the trooper’s account.

Officers then conducted a probable cause search and reportedly found a plastic shopping bag in the glove box with a large zip lock bag containing a large white rock and powder substance believed to be cocaine, according to the affidavit.

The substance and bag reportedly weighed about 9 ounces together, and Hermoso confessed to DPS narcotics agents, according to the trooper’s statement.

Hermoso was arrested and released on $50,000 bond the following day, according to jail records.

Others indicted Dec. 19 include:

• Kodi Carlottah Anderson, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Sadie Shea Barton, prohibited substance in a correctional facility.

• Marlene Rose Beighey, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Christina Marie Burcham, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• David Earl Burton, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Jimmy Wayne Collins, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Gary Lee Cummins, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Ashraf Ali Daher, fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, fewer than five items.

• Ashraf Ali Daher, tampering with a government record to defraud or harm.

• Donald Loyd Golliday, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Esperanza Guerrero, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams, less than 200 grams.

• Harold Henry Hemphill, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Jamie Renae Hutton, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Stephen Odell Hyles, theft of property, more than $1,500, less than $20,000.

• David Len Jackson, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Travis Russell Jahns, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Christeen Ka-Lynn Lambeth, possession of a controlled substance, more than a gram, less than 4 grams.

• Lesley Ann Mendoza, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Philip Wayne Morris, possession of a controlled substance, more than a gram, less than 4 grams.

• Jami Rose Moses, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, less than a gram, more than 4 grams. 

• Cody Shane Oaks, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, more than 4 grams, less than 200 grams.

• Cody Shane Oaks, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

• Chelsea Ryan Raso, driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 years old.

• Audrie Marie Robertson, criminal mischief, more than $1,500, less than $20,000.

• Martin Segura, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Jessica Lee Shofroth, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram. 

• Timothy Wayne Skiles, possession of a controlled substance, more than a gram, less than 4 grams.

• Westley Wade Gordon Smith, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Vanessa Marie Standridge, theft of service, more than $1,500, less than $20,000.

• Christian Nicholas Tedrow, aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child by sexual contact.

• Charles Keith Watkins, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Donnie Leonard Weaver III, failure to comply with sex offender registration - 10 years.

• Tonya Lynn Weimer, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.

• Julia Colleen Williams, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.

• Jason Benard Wilson, indecency with a child by sexual contact.

• Todd Allen Woodall, possession of a controlled substance, less than a gram.