Crime Reports: Abilene man allegedly assaulted pregnant woman while driving, multiple robbery reports | KTA
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..
4500 Block of South 1st Street – Electronic Device Impersonation
A victim reported that his identity was used without his permission to open an account at a local store.
Block 600 of Butternut Street – Graffiti
A convenience store manager reported having trouble with a suspect graffitiing the sidewalk in front of the store. The suspect has been identified.
2100 Block of South 1st Street – Theft of Service
A victim reported a service theft of household items, including a refrigerator worth approximately $540. In another service theft report, there was an HP laptop worth around $835, as was a $600 TV in a third report.
3700 Block of Fortune Avenue – Child/Elderly/Disabled Injury
An unknown suspect threw water at his neighbor after a verbal disagreement.
1000 Block of Hickory Street – Property Theft
A victim reported that his trailer was stolen from his daughter’s home.
3400 Block of South 7th Street – Domestic Violence Assault
A 43-year-old woman said she was assaulted by a known 33-year-old man. The victim does not press charges.
Block 2900 of Oak Ridge Court – Family Terrorist Threat
One victim told police that “her father scared her by holding a gun”. No other details were included.
Andy Hilliard – Warrant, possession of a controlled substance
Police were dispatched to the North Walmart on Wednesday afternoon about a suspect who was stealing for possibly the second time this week. As he was heading there, the officer was informed that the suspect had an active warrant for his arrest on parole. The officer was able to arrest Hilliard and upon searching discovered what came back positive as 0.4 grams of methamphetamine in his pocket.
Joshua Bean – Warrant, Breach of Bail/Protection Order
Bean was contacted at his home in South Abilene to have three outstanding warrants. There, the police discovered that a woman who was at his home had a protective order against him,
Ryan Fowler – warrant, possession of a controlled substance
Police saw Fowler, an apparently known offender, riding his bike in North Abilene. He formally identified himself and knew he had an arrest warrant and was arrested. During the search, a small amount of methamphetamine that tested positive was found.
John Patterson – Domestic Violence Abuse of a Pregnant Person
Patterson was found in the 1500 block of South Treadaway Boulevard allegedly assaulting a pregnant person while driving. The victim said she did not want to press charges.
Curtis Walker – Avoid Arrest With Vehicle
Police attempted to arrest Walker near the 700 block of North Pioneer Drive for displaying a faulty brake light. Instead of stopping, Walker continued driving at high speed. He crossed a parking lot, then an alley “evasively”. He finally got out of the vehicle and fled. The police caught up with him near an apartment complex.
Xavier Gritzman-DeLeon – Driving with invalid license with prior conviction
An APD officer arrested Gritzman-DeLeon in the 2700 block of Industrial Boulevard for posting an expired registration. The officer checked his license and discovered that he had a previous conviction for driving with an invalid license and was suspended for failing to complete an impaired driving training program.
Alfonso Hernandez – Drunk driving
Hernandez was arrested for failing to stop at a designated stopping point. The arresting officer reported the smell of alcohol on his person and said he had come from a bar. His blood alcohol test came back to 0.103.
Linda Camp – Drunk Driving, Illegal Carrying a Weapon
Camp was pulled over in the 2700 block of South 27th Street for failing to come to a complete stop at a flashing red light at the intersection of Buffalo Gap Road and South 27th Street. The arresting officer said they could smell the alcohol on the camp and she displayed other signs of intoxication. She refused a BAC test.