May 16, 2016 Colleyville, Texas
Officer of the Week Sergeant Kyle Meeks
Sergeant Kyle Meeks Sergeant Kyle Meeks has been a Police Officer since 2003. He started his career in East Texas and moved to the metroplex in 2005. Sergeant Meeks has worked for the Colleyville Police Department since 2010 and has served as a Patrol Officer, School Resource Officer, Criminal Investigator, and in his current role as a Patrol Sergeant. Sergeant Meeks holds an Advanced Peace Officer License, is a certified TCOLE Instructor, a certified Police Training Officer, a Bicycle Officer, and is a graduate of the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration. Sergeant Meeks has been awarded the Mothers Against Drunk Driving award for outstanding DWI enforcement, a Community Service award for helping with flood cleanup efforts, and was the recipient of the City of Colleyville 2014 Integrity award. In his spare time, Sergeant Meeks enjoys playing golf, working on cars, and coaching baseball.
JEREMIAH FREEMAN, Age:18, POB: Lancaster, CA, Listed as Unemployed, Home Address 136 East Plaza Blvd #1132, Hurst. Arrested May 10, 2016 at 3:23 by Officer A. Bray at 2400 Glade Road and Charged with
1.) Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Warrant for Theft of Property >=$100<$750..NO BOND .
2.) Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Warrant for Failure to Identify Giving False Fictitious Information NO BOND.
3.) Colleyville PD Warrant for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Bond set at $587.30.
4.) Colleyville PD Warrant for Violation of Promise to Appear, Bond set at $289.70
RICHARD BERNARD TORINA, Age: 56, POB: Memphis, TN, Listed as Unemployed and Home Address 609 2. 18th St. , Big Spring, TX. Arrested on May 10, 201 at 2:16 PM by Officer N. Garcia at Hall’s Wine and Spirits 4200 Glade Road and Charged with Driving While Intoxicated 3rd OR MORE. Bond set at $8,000.
BEAU LEE BRIMAGER, Age 36, POB: Arlington, TX, Occupation as Cook at Shell Shack and Home Address 1833 Caplin, Arlington, TX. Arrested on May 12, 2016 at 2:41 PM by Officer R. McFadden at 4900 Martin Pkwy and Charged with
1.) Possession of Marijuana <2 oz Bond set at $750.
2.) Registration – No Sticker Bond Set at $121.
3.)Driving while License is Invalid, Bond set at $22.90.
4.) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Bond set at $421, Total Bond $1512.90
CHRISTOPHER HANNIBA CARDENAS
, Age: 27, POB: Manhattan, NY.
Occupation listed as Optician at Irving Eye Care and Home Address 12900 Conifer Lane, Euless. Arrested on May 11, 2016 at 9:17 PM by Officer J. Cambell and 3900 Tara Dr. and Charged with 1.) Driving While Intoxicated, no bond amount listed.
2.) Possession of Marijuana <20z no bond amount listed.
CHARLES ARNOLD GILLINGER III, Age 24, POB: Tulsa, OK, Listed Occupation as Cook for Pluckers Wing Bar in Grapevine, Arrested on May 7, 2016 at 8:32 am by Officer C. Terrell at 2303 Arbor Trail and Charged with
1.) Evading Arrest or Detention with his Vehicle, Bond set at $2,500.
2.) Driving While License Invalid, Bond set at $220.90
3.) Failure to Provide Proof of Financial Responsibility, Bond set at $421. Total Bond $3,141.90
SYDNEY LEIGH COX, Age: 18, Listed Occupation as Server at Gaylord and Home Adress 1520 Wimberly Ct, Bedford. Arrested along with Wills below on May 7, 2016 at 2:43 am at 3200 Cheek Sparger Road and Charged with;
1.) Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor, Bond set at $321.
2.) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Bond set at $421. for a Total of $742.
BAYLIE ALYCE WILLS, Age 18, POB: Ft. Worth, Occupation listed as Waitress at Logans and Home Addresss 816 Cullum Ct., Hurst Arrested with Cox above by Officer K. Meeks at 3200 cheek Sparger Rd at 2:43 am and Charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol by a Minor and Bond set at $520.50.
No Photo Available: RICHARD DAVID STEPHENSON, Age: 51, POB: Oklahoma City. Occupation listed as Consultant for Healthways and Home Address 101 Williamsburg Ct, Colleyville. Arrested on May 7, 2016 at 12:09 am by Officer J. Prater at 4904 Colleyville Blvd and Charged with Driving While Intoxicated BAC>=0.15, Bond Set at $1,500.
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