Mansfield Police Report
Melinda Lou Castleberry reported a white 2018 Chevrolet Silverado, a Colt pistol, a handgun, Yeti cooler, baseball equipment, three chairs, Michael Kors purse and wallet, fishing equipment, car seat, cash, medicine and a Social Security card were stolen in the 1600 block of North US 287, totaling $43,400 in loss.
Jonathan Sanchez reported a 9mm firearm and cash stolen from a silver Hyundai Elantra in the 600 block of South Willow Street, totaling $650 in loss.
Dan William Parker reported photo equipment stolen from a black 2014 Ford Fusion in the 200 block of North Texas 360, totaling $69.99 in loss.
Juan Jesus Gomez Ornelas was charged with driving while intoxicated in the 2000 block of North US 287.
Curtis Rashaun Etherly was charged with violating a protective order in the 1300 block of Genesis Drive.
Randall Scott Gray was charged with stalking in the 300 block of West Belknap Street.
Josee Danilo Cruz was charged with possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram in the 1700 block of FM 157.
Lisa Carol Corbin was arrested on a Tarrant County Sheriff’s warrant in the 1900 block of Country Club Drive.
Isaiah Joel Patterson was charged with criminal trespassing in the 1600 block of East Debbie Lane.
Walmart reported two projectors and two pairs of hover shoes stolen in the 900 block of North Walnut Creek Drive, totaling $854 in loss.
Janakkumar Ramabhai Patel reported identity theft in the 1900 block of Hickory Hill Drive.
Jaime Bernardo Tacla reported a gold ring stolen in the 1900 block of Lone Star Road , totaling $350 in loss.
Karlon Daniel Avalos was arrested for theft of property less than $30,000 in the 100 block of North Beltline.
Anthony Ryan VanKeuren was charged with theft of property less than $750 in the 1100 block of US 287.
Kameron Alec Clay was arrested on Tarrant County Sheriff’s warrant in the 2000 block of Cancun Drive.
Anthony Newton Malicoat was charged with driving while intoxicated in the 600 block of Douglas Drive.
James David West was charged with possession of a controlled substance less than 4 grams in the 1500 block of Main Street.
Juan Antonio Salazar reported the burglary of a white 2001 Chevrolet Silverado and a Coach wallet, Guess purse, two ID cards, debit card, three MasterCards, GQ wallet, Visa and money stolen in the 4500 block of Catherine Drive, totaling $700 in loss.
Oscar Martinez reported a Smith & Wesson firearm stolen from a silver 2014 Buick Regal in the 1200 block of Foxtail Drive, totaling $450 in loss.
Robert Harvey Fisher reported a 9mm Springfield firearm and Kia vehicle parts stolen from a red 2005 Ford F-150 in the 1400 block of Chase Drive, totaling $680 in loss.
Kyle Scott Semler reported a gray 2012 Volkswagen Passat stolen in the 1700 block of Martinique Drive, totaling $4,000 in loss.
Pamela Michelle Ford was charged for driving while intoxicated in the 2400 block of Heritage Parkway.
Trinity Roofing and Construction reported identity theft in the 1300 block of FM 1187.
Trey Randall Coleman was arrested on warrants from another agency in the 500 block of North Main Street.
Tyvone Lee Carey was charged with sexual assault in the 1300 block of Broad Street.
Jakob Ray McJilton was charged with possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram in the 1500 block of FM 157.
James Robert Pool was charged with theft of property less than $100 in the 900 block of North Walnut Creek.
Christopher Neal Owen was charged with public intoxication in the 1600 block of Heritage Parkway.
Trent Matthew Wilson was charged with possession of a controlled substance less than 4 grams in the 600 block of Colby Drive.
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