Colleyville, Texas August 26, 2016
Colleyville Officer of the Week Corporal Gary Moore
Corporal Moore has been a Police Officer since 1985 and has been serving with the Colleyville Police Department since 1989. He began his career in law enforcement as a Deputy Sheriff in Iowa and then as a Texas State Parole Officer. Gary has worked for the last 20 years as the School Resource Officer assigned to Colleyville Heritage High School. Corporal Moore is a long time Colleyville Resident whose children graduated from the Grapevine/Colleyville School District. He holds a Master Peace Officer license with the State of Texas.
Recent Arrests in Colleyville
All arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a Court of Law
1.) Assault of a Fmily or Household Member with a Previous Conviction,
2.) Impersonating a Public Servant, both are Felony Third Degree Charges, Bond set at $10,000.
Under Remarks: Refuses to Take His Medication.
1.) Colleyville PD charged with Assault Causing Bodily Injury, Bond set at $1,500,
2. On a Carrollton PD Warrant for Driving without a Driver’s License Bond, set at $425,
3.) On a Carrollton PD Warrant for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Bond set at $375,
4.) On a Carrollton PD Warrant for Speeding, Bond set at $275,
5.) On a Dallas PD Warrant for Driving While License Suspended, Bond set at $438.85, Total Bond $3,013.85.
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