Facebook Man reportedly crashed car into OPD gate Pinterest WhatsApp Nikki Williams Odessa police arrested and charged a man Saturday after he reportedly crashed into the gate at OPD’s shooting range in Odessa.Nikki Aron Williams, 26, was arrested at about 9 p.m. Saturday and charged with misdemeanor resisting arrest and misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, according to an Odessa police release.The release states Williams was driving a 2013 Kia Optima that crashed through the front gate at the range at 3000 South Dixie Boulevard, causing approximately $10,000 worth of damage.Williams was found by officers to be intoxicated, the release states, and when officers attempted to place handcuffs on him, he resisted arrest and attempted to walk away. The release states that Williams continued to resist arrest, but with the assistance of paramedics, was eventually placed into custody and taken to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.Jail records indicate Williams was released Saturday on bonds posted totaling $2,000. Twitter Facebook WhatsApp By admin – June 19, 2018 Local NewsCrime Pinterest Twitter Previous articleMan arrested during burglary, assault investigationNext articleEast Loop 338 lanes closed all week admin
Once the jeweler discovered the check was fake, he reported it.Deputies said, upon Kelley’s arrest, he told them he didn’t get the cashier’s checks from his bank but printed them out from his home computer.Kelley now faces charges of grand theft and uttering a false banknote. Detectives said the next day, Kelley presented a check for $61,521 to a jeweler in Miramar Beach when he tried to buy three Rolex watches. However, the jeweler kept the watches until they could determine if the check would cash. A Florida man is facing charges after he used a fake check to buy himself a luxurious car, police say.The Walton County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of 42-year-old Casey William Kelley, this past Thursday. Kelley bought a Porsche 911 Turbo from a dealership in Destin using a fake check written for $139,203.05 on July 27. The vehicle was later reported stolen to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office.