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March 4, 2014

POLICE BLOTTER: Stolen vehicle alert leads to pursuit, arrests

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Gabrielle Bradford was charged with criminal trespass and making terroristic threats and was also released Monday after posting bond, according to jail records.

Parole violator arrested

Sent Monday morning to a business in the 100 block of West Interstate 20 on a disturbance call, Weatherford police identified one of the subjects involved as Garland Scott Johnson, 45, of Fort Worth. A computer check of Johnson found him wanted on a parole violation warrant. He was arrested and booked into Parker County Jail, where he remained jailed Tuesday with no bond.

Fraudulent check passing

A 72-year-old Parker County man reported someone used his personal information to create checks and pass them at a Weatherford business.

Home burglary

Weatherford police on Monday investigated a reported residential burglary in the 700 block of Palo Pinto Street. The victim told police the burglary, which occurred between Feb. 22-24, was the work of known suspects. Household goods valued at approximately $610 were taken.

Possession of drug paraphernaliaA Weatherford officer working school zone enforcement Monday afternoon at Bill Wright Elementary School reportedly observed a blue four-door passenger vehicle traveling westbound at a rate of speed above the posted speed limit.

The vehicle was stopped in the 700 block of Old Brock Road. During the investigation it was determined that a 20-year-old occupant of the car was in possession of drug paraphernalia. Baker was issued a citation for the offense and a marijuana pipe was confiscated.

More check fraud

A 51-year-old woman said someone used her identity and bank information to create an electronic check and purchase items at a Weatherford retail store in the amount of $370.23.

Tax filing fraud

A 51-year-old woman told police someone used her Social Security number along with her mailing address to file taxes without her consent.

Unnecessary noise

Police around 2:43 a.m. Tuesday were called to a residence in the 700 block of Santa Fe Drive in reference to a loud music complaint. Officers responding said they could hear “a loud stereo playing rock music” from outside the apartment. After much knocking, a white male reportedly answered the door and identified himself as the roommate of the offender. The individual was described by police as non-compliant and intoxicated. He was issued a citation for violation of the city’s noise ordinance.

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