July 19, 2015 Colleyville, Texas
JAMES HENRY JENNINGS III, 36, white male of 2017 Park Place Boulevard in Bedford, TX. Grapevine PD Warrant for Theft of Property>=$1,500<$20,000. Arrested at the Tara Village shopping center at 1100 Cheek Sparger Road at 12:33 AM on 7/16/15 by Officer Dara Young. Jennings listed his occupation as Unemployed. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 12:33 AM on 7/16/15. Transferred to Other Agency on 7/16/15.
JESSICA ANN CAMPBELL, 37, white female of 6469 Westridge in Watauga, TX. Colleyville PD – Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 3<28 Grams. Plano PD Warrant for Speeding, Violate Promise To Appear. Arrested at 7400 Pleasant Run Road at 8:16 AM on 7/15/15 by Officer Matthew Foss. Campbell listed her occupation as Front Desk for Spin Team. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 8:20 AM on 7/15/15. County Surety Bond of $1,000 on Colleyville charge, County Surety Bonds totaling $728.10 on Plano charges; released on 7/15/15.
WILLARD LEE McCUSKER, 49, white male of 59 Piazza Lane in Colleyville, TX. Colleyville PD – DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED 2nd. Remarks: Interlock Order. Arrested at 5800 Colleyville Boulevard at 3:53 AM on 7/11/15 by Officer James Fleming. McCusker listed his occupation as Self Employed. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 4:08 AM on 7/11/15. County Cash Bond of $1,500; released on 7/11/15.
KELLEY MAE McNALLY, 51, white female of 408 Blue Jay Court in Bedford, TX. Colleyville PD – DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. Arrested by Officer Clay Williams on 7/16/15. McNally’s occupation was not listed on report. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 11:54 AM on 7/16/15. County Cash Bond of $1,000; released on 7/16/15.
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