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Kingfisher ( Kingfisher Police Department reports

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The Kingfisher Police Department has investigated or responded to the following reports:

Jan. 15, 1:20 p.m. — Theft from vehicle. Officer Jason East took a report from Heather Briscoe-Perry concerning the theft of items from her vehicle while it was parked behind 220 N. Main Street. The missing items included a sheet of her business checks, an Apple watch, a pack of cigarettes and her social security card. One check had been cashed in the amount of $925 in Oklahoma City at PLS Republic Bank Oklahoma Check Cashers, made out to a Michael Mclaughlin.

Video surveillance footage of Briscoe-Perry’s parked vehicle showed a known individual getting into her car and rummaging around.

Jan. 16, 9:31 a.m. — Stolen trailer. Capt. David Catron took a report from Debbi Burpo of Kingfisher concerning the theft of a white, 18-foot trailer that was parked at her residence at 231 E. Oklahoma. Burpo described the sides of the trailer as being made of expanded metal, painted white, and the right front wheel is a Toyota wheel. The trailer is valued at $2,000.

Jan. 16, 4:28 p.m. — Domestic assault and battery. Officer Aaron Schlegel took a report of a domestic assault in the presence of a child in the 800 Block of W. Kens Road.

Jan. 18, 3:08 a.m. — Domestic assault & battery by strangulation. Officer Justin Conner responded to a domestic assault at the intersection of Main and Erwin where a woman had allegedly been beaten and then pushed from a moving vehicle.

Jan. 20 — Threatening to perform acts of violence. Officer Justin Conner took a report from a 30 year-old Kingfisher woman who had received threats and harassing text messages from her soon-to-be ex-husband.

Jan. 22, 7:20 p.m. — Vandalism; threatening acts of violence. Officer Aaron Schlegel responded to The Shed, 1505 S. Main Street, where he took a report from a 37 year-old Kremlin man concerning vandalism to his vehicle, which had been in the parking lot while he was inside. The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck had been “keyed” down the side, allegedly by another individual who had confronted him and others in the restaurant earlier. Damage was estimated at $1,206.

Jan. 25, 3:50 p.m. — Intoxicated driver. Officer Charles Trout was dispatched to Cimarron Nursing Center, Main and Mitchell, regarding an intoxicated person trying to leave the parking lot by vehicle. Upon arrival, he located the suspect vehicle and driver, a 50 year-old Fairmont woman, as she was leaving the parking lot.

The officer followed the vehicle to observe behavior and, after witnessing it cross the white fog line, conducted a traffic stop at 2100 S. Main. After a field sobriety test and a test at Kingfisher Hospital, she was ultimately transported to the Kingfisher County Jail for booking.

Jan. 25, 1:30 p.m. — Stolen vehicle. Sgt. Justin Trumbley was dispatched to Johnsons of Kingfisher dealership in reference to an identity theft. A representative of the dealership advised that on Jan. 8, they had sold a Jeep Grand Cherokee to a Roger Johnson of Justice, Illinois, after verifying his photo I.D., credit application, proof of insurance, etc., and had the vehicle shipped to Johnson via a transport company.

On Jan. 25, the dealership received a call from a Roger Johnson of Lockport, Ill., who advised that he had been the victim of fraud. He provided all his personal information that said his identity had been stolen and used to purchase the vehicle. Johnson had been alerted to the fraud by his credit card company.

Upon reviewing the file, the Johnsons dealership believed the purchase was fraudulent and reported the vehicle as stolen.

A detective in Justice, Ill., advised Sgt. Trumbley that the stolen Jeep had been located in that city, at the same apartment complex where it had been delivered. The vehicle was then recovered and impounded.

Jan. 25, 2 p.m. — Larceny from a retailer. Lt. Travis Gray responded to a shoplifter at the Kingfisher Walmart, 200 W. Starlite Drive. A 37 year-old Mangum man was found to have allegedly passed all points of sale without paying for a pair of boots valued at $24.

Feb. 1, 9:30 a.m. — Stolen vehicle. Lt. Travis Gray responded to Autumn Trace Apartments, 2305 S. Mitchell Drive, where a woman reported her 2015 Ford Escape had been stolen.

The vehicle was recovered the next morning by a Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Deputy after being found by a farmer. The vehicle had been parked on his lease road with the back window broken out.

Jan. 29, 9:54 a.m. — Fraud. Capt. David Catron took a report via the Jenks Police Department from a man in Acworth, Ga., who was an apparent victim of fraud. The man stated that he had agreed to purchase a dog for $700 from a company he had found on the Internet that was based out of Jenks.

The funds, he said, were to be transfered from his local Walmart store to another Walmart store and the cash was picked up at the store in Kingfisher.

The man became suspicious because the seller had called him and told him he needed $900 more to purchase a special dog box so the dog could be shipped to Atlanta, Ga.

Capt. Catron’s report stated that attempts will be made to follow up with Walmart to see if they had retrieved any information from the money transfer.