July 6, 2015
Arrests in Colleyville Last Week
by Linda Baker
KENNETH DALE STEPHENS, 51, white male of 3411 Brentwood Drive in Colleyville, TX. Colleyville PD – Assault Causes Bodily Injury Family Member, Terroristic Threat of Family/Household. Arrested at 3411 Brentwood Drive at 12:43 PM on 7/01/15 by Officer Matthew Foss. Stephens’ occupation was listed as Unemployed. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 1:24 PM on 7/01/15. County Cash Bonds totaling $2,500; released on 7/02/15.
MARK ALAN TALBERT, 55, white male (pob Guatemala) of 4201 Wilcrest Court in Colleyville, TX. Colleyville PD – Interfer With Emergency Call, Assault Causes Bodily Injury Family Member. Arrested at 4201 Wilcrest Court at 8:53 AM on 7/01/15 by Officer Matthew Foss. Talbert listed his occupation as Self-Employed. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 9:02 AM on 7/01/15. County Cash Bonds totaling $2,200; released on 7/02/15.
DAVID ANTHONY LANG, 53, black male of 3734 Dunbar in Dallas, TX. Colleyville PD – Forgery of a Financial Instrument. Dallas PD Warrant for Alcohol Violation: On Public Street. Arrested at Woodhaven Bank Northeast at 4607 Colleyville Boulevard at 12:38 PM on 6/26/15 by Officer Clay Williams. Lang listed his occupation as Unemployed. Transported and booked into the Keller Jail at 1:00 PM on 6/26/15. Transferred to Tarrant County Corrections Center on 6/30/15, where he remains at press time on Bond of $2,500 on Forgery charge and fine of $367.20 on Dallas charge.
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