Note All subjects are presumed innocent until matters are resolved in a Court of Law
KIMBERLY BISHOP COOPER, 51, white female of 3302 Huntington Drive in Colleyville, TX. Colleyville PD on view arrest for DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED BAC>=0.15. Euless PD Warrants for Public Intoxication, Failure To Appear. Arrested at 3302 Huntington Drive at 7:58 PM on 5/13/15 by Officer Micah Hayman. Cooper listed her occupation as Disabled for American Airlines. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 9:21 PM on 5/13/15. Arraigned on Euless charges and released “Pending Investigation” on Colleyville DWI.
Ms. Cooper is making a return appearance she was also arrested at 2:34 am on April 27, 2015 –KIMBERLY BISHOP COOPER, 51, white female of 3302 Huntington Drive in Colleyville, TX. Colleyville PD – Public Intoxication. Arrested at 3302 Huntington Drive at 2:34 AM on 4/17/15 by Officer Elias Olivarez. Cooper listed her occupation as Disabled, American Airlines. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 2:43 AM on 4/17/15. Promise To Appear; released on 4/17/15.
COLTON LEE McADAMS, 25, white male of 12941 Velvet View Court in Justin, TX. Colleyville PD – DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED BAC>=0.15. Haltom City PD Capias Arrest for Failure To Appear. Arrested at 3900 Wayne Drive at 9:23 PM on 5/09/15 by Officer Micah Hayman. McAdams listed his occupation as Landman for Kastner. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 9:24 PM on 5/09/15. County Cash Bond of $1,500 on DWI, Paid Fine-Cash Escrow on Haltom City charge; released on 5/10/15.
Note: Considering the long period taken to clear most cases through the court system, LNO does not have the ability to track the eventual outcome of every arrest. If you or someone you know has been reported arrested in this weekly column and subsequently been cleared of the charges inform LNO with verifiable information. LNO will provide equal coverage to same or removal of information at requester’s choice. Note: A downward plea, for example “obstruction of a roadway” in lieu of a DWI/DUI is not considered “cleared of charges”. A Deferred Adjudication sentence is a conviction with deferred sentencing and not a “dismissal of charges.” LNO policy is not to remove information based on this criteria. However, LNO will bring forward and update the information if requested by the convicted party. If interested party makes claims of dismissal but public records indicate no dismissal; LNO may update information and bring forward other public record information.