Mansfield Police Report
Jennifer Lynn Tyler was arrested for forgery in the 100 block of North Woodrow Lane.
A chain-link fence was damaged in the 700 block of North US 287, totaling $700 in loss.
A maroon 2016 Chevrolet Silverado, Ryobi weed eater and surface cleaner were reported stolen from the 500 block of Burleson Boulevard, totaling $31,800 in loss.
A red 2019 Chevrolet Impala was damaged in the 1400 block of Texas 360, totaling $3,000 in loss.
Two Kubota recreational vehicles were stolen and recovered in the 1000 block of Magnolia Street.
Fencing was damaged in the 1100 block of Palm Street, totaling $1,000 in loss.
Raymundo N. Amador was arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon in the 2800 block of Lone Star Road.
Assault was reported in the 3300 block of East Broad Street.
Assault causing family violence was reported in the 4300 block of Jasmine Lane.
Jacob Adam Jackola was arrested for assault causing bodily injury in the 700 block of West Debbie Lane.
A white 2020 GMC Acadia and vehicle parts were damaged in the 1400 block of Kendal Drive, totaling $6,000 in loss.
A black 2016 Audi A3 was reported stolen in the 700 block of North Main Street, totaling $25,000 in loss.
An auto theft was reported in the 1400 block of Blazing Star Trail, totaling between $30,000-$150,000 in loss.
Cosmetics and household goods were stolen and recovered from a black 2019 Chevrolet Malibu in the 1800 block of North US 287.
Kelly Lynn Darrah was arrested for public intoxication in the 1300 block of South US 287.
Two trailers, tools, two weedeaters, three gas blowers, a hedge trimmer and lawn equipment were reported stolen in the 1800 block of Clayton Drive, totaling $10,110 in loss. Lawn equipment and a maroon 2001 Ford F250 were recovered.
Khalil Ahmad Smith was arrested for possession of a controlled substance in the 1500 block of North US 287.
Assault with a deadly weapon was reported in the 1700 block of Towne Crossing Boulevard.
Leonardo Alvarez-Calzada was arrested for driving while intoxicated in the 3600 block of East Broad Street.
Discharging a firearm was reported in the 1600 block of Towne Crossing Boulevard.
Alicia Nicole Kilgore was arrested for possession of a controlled substance in the 500 block of North Walnut Creek Drive.
Herbert Denorris Davis was arrested on a Smith County bond for possession of marijuana and insufficient funds in the 1700 block of Towne Crossing Boulevard.
Ethan Issac Shipman was arrested on a Red Oak warrant for possession of controlled substance in the 2100 block of FM 157.
Taniqua Sharmane Whitfield was arrested for theft of property with two or more convictions in the 300 block of West Belknap Street.
A Gucci purse, Louis Vuitton wallet, credit cards and identifying documents were stolen in the 1700 block of Commerce Drive, totaling $550 in loss.
Koby Smith was arrested for possession of marijuana in the 700 block of East Belt Line Road.
Joshual Jeremy Robinson was arrested for possession of marijuana in the 1500 block of Arkansas Lane.
Dante Cornelious Despenza was arrested for fraudulent use of identifying information in the 3500 block of North Jupiter Road.
James Franklin Smith was arrested on a Tarrant County Sheriff’s warrant for DWI felony in the 1600 block of East Broad Street.
Mandy Nicole Brady was arrested for public intoxication in the 1600 block of East Broad Street.
Jessica Rene Galaviz was arrested for possession of a controlled substance in the 300 block of West Belknap Street.
Keion O’Shay Griffin was arrested on a Tarrant County Sheriff’s warrant for possession of marijuana in the 2000 block of Heritage Parkway.
Darrell Bradley Rampy was arrested for criminal mischief in the 1300 block of Honeysuckle Drive.
Michelle Ann Verbstraete was arrested for public intoxication in the 300 block of Kings Way Drive.
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