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April 01, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Linda Baker

Colleyville Arrests
for March 2014
Note: All Arrestees are considered innocent until convicted in a court of law.

WILLIAM DAVID McDONALD CIPNIC, 34, white male of 2300 Timberline Drive in Grapevine, TX.  Travis County Sheriffs Office Warrants for Theft of Property>=$500<$1,500, Criminal Mischief>=$500<$1,500.  Arrested at 4600 Colleyville Boulevard at 9:37 PM on 3/10/14 by Officer John Thompson.  Cipnic's occupation was not listed on report.  Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 9:42 PM on 3/10/14.  Transferred to Tarrant County Corrections Center on 3/11/14 on the two Bonds totaling $20,000. 

COURTNEY ANN GADDY, 23, white female of 2420 Meadowpark Circle in Bedford, TX.  Colleyville PD - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.  Arrested at 3900 Pembrooke Parkway West at 9:49 PM on 3/20/14 by Cpl. Brian Wilson.  Gaddy listed her occupation as Bartender at PF Changs.  Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 10:09 PM on 3/20/14.  County Cash Bond of $1,000; released on 3/21/14.
DANIEL SCOTT KIRKPATRICK, 34, white male of 133 Felps Court in Colleyville, TX.  Colleyville PD - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED-2nd.  Arrested at 3900 Felps Court at 1:59 AM on 3/25/14 by Cpl. Patrick Starrett.  Kirkpatrick listed his occupation as Student at UTA.  Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 2:14 AM on 3/25/14.  County Surety Bond of $2,500; released on 3/25/14.
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April 01, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Nelson Thibodeaux

It's Just my Opinion by LNO Editor Nelson Thibodeaux
Probably the most classy act of any Colleyville politician in the last decade was two term Councilman Mike Muhm.  After finishing his second term he was ask why he wasn't running again.  Muhm responded because he believed in term limits and that someone else should have the opportunity to serve their community.
April 01, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Linda Baker

Colleyville Crime Reported for March 2014

3/20/14 - 3/21/14  Theft of Property Between $1,500 and $20,000 at 724 Lockley Way in the Covington Addition.  Officer Micah Hayman was advised by the victims, Cory and Jenna Holtman of Grapevine that a Whirlpool dual range stove ($5,000), refrigerator ($3,000), and Whirlpool microwave had been stolen sometime between 6:00 PM and 8:00 AM.  Detective Kevin Maddux is investigating the theft. 

3/25/14  Theft of Property Between $1,500<$20,000 at 77 Piazza Lane at Piazza's In The Village.  Officer Edson Espinoza was advised by Michael Lee Zhang, the complainant, that a necklace belonging to LyIng Chaiang had been stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is investigating the theft.  

April 01, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Nelson Thibodeaux

Casino Night Set for All in for Autism

The Brent Woodall Foundation for Exceptional Children will host the annual ‘All in for Autism’ Casino Night on April 3, 2014 from 6:30 to 10:30 PM. The Casino Night is a fun-filled evening that includes a Texas Hold ‘Em tournament, a silent auction, Stell&Dot trunk show, 50/50 raffle, and more.

April 01, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Nelson Thibodeaux

United Family Stores to Help "Take a Bite out of Hunger"
This Week with Annual Apples Donation to Local Food Bank
For the third year in a row, United Family™ stores – including the seven Market Street locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area – will help serve the hungry in their local communities by donating more than 30,000 pounds of apples to five local food banks in their trade areas.  
April 01, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Nelson Thibodeaux

Go Look at Debt at a Glance — It's Enhanced!
Here's something you may find useful as local bond elections approach: we've just released Debt at a Glance profiles for all 1,215 cities, 1,026 school districts and 50 community college districts in the state.

Visit Texas Transparency now to view those profiles, as well as information on the 100 most populous counties. With nearly 2,400 available profiles, you have access to the data to size up the debt situation in your community and others across the state.
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