Editor’s Note: The following arrest and incident reports were provided by the Abilene Police Department. All of the information below comes from reports written by responding officers, and all suspects are considered not guilty unless a court orders otherwise..
Ventura Drive Block 3100 – Vehicle Burglary
A victim reported that his wallet, containing credentials and credit cards, was stolen in a vehicle break-in.
3800 Block of N 1st Street – Criminal Mischief
An unknown suspect attached an extension cord to a victim’s outdoor outlet. This area is near a homeless camp.
4500 Block of S 1st Street – Credit or Debit Card Abuse
A report was taken for credit/debit card abuse in the amount of $410.
1100 Block of N 1st Street – Property Theft
A robbery has been reported in North Abilene where a purse, wallet, headphones and driver’s license were stolen. The total value of the stolen property is over $800.
Block 3800 of FM 18 – Motor Vehicle Theft
A report for a stolen vehicle has been filed.
Block 2700 Hunt Street – Dwelling for Criminal Trespass
An arrest for criminal trespass has been made
1100 block of Houston Street – Breach of bail/protective order
A man has been hospitalized with injuries he sustained the night before and was found to have breached an emergency protection order.
2400 Block of S 1st Street – Assault
A man was assaulted outside a gas station.
Block 4600 of Plover Lane – Breach of Bail/Protection Order
A South Abilene residence reported that her soon-to-be ex-husband violated the terms of her bond by contacting her.
2100 Block of Bridge Avenue – Injury to child/elderly/disabled
A 70-year-old victim was assaulted by a known suspect.
1300 Block of Almond Street – Assault Domestic Violence
One victim reported that her boyfriend hit her in the face with a dog crate.
1400 Block of Westheimer Road – Criminal Mischief
A suspect attempted to injure himself and drove his car into a dumpster, causing damage.
5100 Block of S 7th Street – Vehicle Burglary
A victim reported that his vehicle was broken into at a gas station in southern Abilene.
Ware was contacted and arrested on outstanding warrants.
Alfred Beaver – Public Intoxication
Beaver was contacted after illegally entering a residence that did not belong to him that showed signs of being intoxicated.
CREDIT CITATION ISSUED – Possession of drug paraphernalia
A suspect was arrested for a stop light violation. Officers smelled marijuana and a subsequent search revealed a small amount and some paraphernalia.
Jon Davis – Harassment of an official and criminal trespassing
Davis was harassing customers at a local fast food restaurant after being the victim of a criminal trespass.
Charles Mayes – Mandate
Mayes was contacted during a traffic stop and found to have outstanding warrants.
Trey Whitehead – Criminal Trespass
Whitehead is accused of entering the yard of a property where he was the victim of a criminal trespass.
Heather James – Aggravated Assault with Lethal Weapon
James is accused of threatening to kill a victim with a knife, cutting the victim in the hand.
Christifer Flye – Public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia
Flye was contacted during a disruption. He showed signs of alcohol intoxication and admitted to using cocaine. He had broken the windows of this mother’s house. Marijuana was found in his possession.
Kendrick Robinson – Mandate
Robinson was contacted during a disturbance and found to have an active warrant.
Scotty O’Bannon – Public Intoxication
O’Bannon was contacted after a resident saw him outside holding on to a tree. He was sleeping outside the house when the police arrived and showed signs of being drunk.
Krystopher Wells – Possession of Controlled Substances
Wells was contacted while sleeping in the backseat of the vehicle. The accused’s 13-year-old daughter was in the driver’s seat. 2 grams of heroin and a syringe full of heroin were found in the vehicle, along with several pieces of aluminum foil crushed with brown tar substances.
Dawson Stille – Warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia
Stille was contacted during a traffic stop for missing license plate lights and was found to have 3 active warrants for his arrest. A small amount of marijuana was found during a subsequent search of his person.
Dakotah Huff – Manufacture of Controlled Substance Delivery, Failure to Identify, Warrant
Huff was arrested for having an expired license plate and a narcotics alert K9. A subsequent search yielded 115 grams of methamphetamine.
Tauyna Glover – Manufacture/Delivery of Controlled Substances
Glover was a passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over for having an expired license plate and a narcotics alert K9. A subsequent search yielded 115 grams of methamphetamine.