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In Custody

July 29

Sonya Racelis was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, false impersonation, and failure to appear for the original charge of unauthorized use of credit card. Bond is $4,500 plus what the judge sets for the impersonation charge.

Aaron James Roth was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of controlled dangerous substance. Bond is $1,000.

John Aubrey Burns was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charge of failure to appear for the original charges of DUI, and possession of controlled dangerous substance. Bond is $500.

Tanner Wells was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, eluding police officer, speeding, and operating motor vehicle in unsafe condition. Bond id $2,058.

July 31

Samuel Martin Jennings was scheduled to appear Friday for the charge of failure to appear for the original charge of possession of controlled dangerous substance. Bond is $1,000.

Sarah Virginia Knauss was scheduled to appear Friday for the charge of failure to comply for the original charge of larceny from a house. Bond is $2,000.

Jesse Dale Wells was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of possession of controlled dangerous substance, possession of paraphernalia, enter structure with intent to commit crime, 3 counts of protective order violation, and failure to maintain security. Bond is $21,324.

Out on Bond

July 29

Desiray Allen was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of possession of marijuana, no driver license, and defective equipment.

Bentley Bellymule was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charge of motion to revoke for the original charge of attempted kidnapping.

Jordan Kole Brown was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of aggravated DUI, transport open container — beer, and unsafe lane use.

Nicholas Anthony Flowers was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charge of DUI.

William Griffin was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charge of driving with license suspended.

Felix Morales III was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charges of DUI, and carry firearm intoxicated.

Jodi Michelle Sadler was scheduled to appear Wednesday for the charge of possession of marijuana.

July 31

Elizabeth Martinez was scheduled to appear Friday for the charge of failure to pay court costs.

August 5

Tyler Lee Wingo is scheduled to appear August 5 for an application to accelerate the charge of DUI.

Accidents

Wednesday

The Weatherford Police Department responded to a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of Texas Avenue and East Main Street. Upon arrival, officers found a 2014 Chevrolet, driven by Venessa Rogers, was traveling west along Main Street. Joseph Black, driving a 2018 Chevrolet was attempting to cross Main onto Texas Avenue and did not see Rogers’ vehicle. Neither driver was injured.

Fire Notes

Sunday

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a residential fire alarm. Upon arrival, WFD was advised the alarm company had called back and said it was an accidental alarm. WFD met the homeowner outside, and they said the same thing. WFD gathered information and returned to service.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to reports of a baby chocking. While enroute, dispatch advised the baby was no longer choking and was breathing. WFD entered the residence with Lifeguard to find the baby with the family in the living room. Lifeguard assessed the patient and all appeared to be OK. The patient’s guardians refused treatment and transport, which Lifeguard obtained. WFD gathered information and returned to service.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a person who went into A-Fib and was feeling dizzy. Upon arrival, WFD was met by the patients’ daughter in front of the residence. She advised the patient was in the backyard. WFD entered the backyard with Lifeguard, where they found the patient sitting on the pool deck. The patient advised she had been swimming and felt like she went into A-Fib. The patient has a history of A-Fib and takes medication for it. Lifeguard assessed the patient and gathered vitals. WFD assisted with carrying the patient off the deck to the cot and into the ambulance. Once the patience was loaded, WFD gathered information and returned to service.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a call for a person having severe body cramps. Upon arrival, the patient met WFD at the door and was lying down. The patient was having body cramps and advised he had just finished working out. WFD assisted with loading the patient onto the cot and into the ambulance. Once the patient was loaded, WFD gathered information and returned to service.

Wednesday

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a residence for a person who was having chest pain. At the scene, the patient was standing in the doorway waiting. The patient advised WFD they were having bad chest pain, shortness of breath and sweating heavily. WFD walked the patient to the ambulance for transport to the hospital. WFD assisted Lifeguard with gathering vitals and setting up an IV drip. Once Lifeguard no longer needed assistance, WFD went back in service and returned to the station.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to an elderly patient who had a seizure. At the scene, a Weatherford police officer was with the patient prior to our arrival. The patient had just come out of unconsciousness when WFD made contact. However, the patient was unable to answer any questions at the time. WFD then assisted Lifeguard with loading the patient onto the cot and into the ambulance for transport to the hospital. In the ambulance, the patient regained alertness and was able to answer some questions. Vital signs and patients information was then recorded. WFD went back into service once Lifeguard no longer needed assistance.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a residence for lift assist. At the residence, WFD found an elderly patient lying in a bathroom floor with leg and hip pain. After patient assessment, family members and the patient advised WFD they wanted to be transported to the hospital. Once Lifeguard arrived, WFD used a scoop stretched to lift them from the floor to the cot. Vital signs were taken prior to moving the patient. WFD then loaded the patient into the ambulance for transport to the hospital. WFD then went back into service.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a vehicle accident with injuries. At the incident, Vehicle 1 had been rear ended by Vehicle 2. The passenger in Vehicle 1 had just had a hip replacement and could not put any weight on that leg. WFD used a mega mover to move the patient from the car to the cot for transport to the hospital. The Vehicle 1 passenger was the only person injured in the vehicle collision. Once the patient was en route, WFD gathered information and all unites went back in service and returned to the station.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a vehicle in the median of Interstate 40 near mile marker 83. Upon arrival, WFD found one car in the center median going eastbound. The car appeared to run off the roadway, hit the center media and came to a stop. Upon patient contact, he was not injured and refused medical attention. Once Oklahoma Highway Patrol was on the scene, WFD turned the scene over to them and went back into service and returned to the station.

Thursday

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to a dumpster which was on fire in an alley. Once the dumpster was located, WFD found a small pile of smoldering trash in the bottom of the dumpster. There were no flames at this incident. WFD proceeded in salvaging and overhauling operations until the dumpster was cooled down and under control. WFD then went back into service and returned to the station.

The Weatherford Fire Department responded to an unknown medical call. Upon arrival, the Weatherford Police Department was on scene talking to the patient who was standing. WFD made contact and one of the officers advised WFD the patient did not have any idea where they were or how they got there. The patient had a bump on their head and a small amount of blood on their shoulder. The patient was checked for further injuries but none were found. WFD assisted loading the patient into the ambulance, went back into service and returned to the station.