Municipal Warrants Update

Ponca City Now - November 22, 2013 7:58 am

The Ponca City Police Department’s warrant officer, Sgt. Jerry Hall has released this list of individuals that have some of the most recently issued outstanding local warrants, along with the amounts they owe.

Dennis King $89; Ashley Hooper $69; Dakota Feaster $44; Larry Pierce $69; Cody Sentel $64; Juan Cristobal $154; Trevor Presson $129; Christa Hughes $553; Lamont Smith $239; Sendy Vasquez $873; Mistie Dupreez $253; Wesley Green $201; Alan Delodge $747 and $354 (two warrants); Corey Johnson $2,709.47; Cristina Aguilar $1,287; Marcos Amador $1,238; Paul Roughface $879; Aaron Cain $808; Laura Radford $794; Justin Snider $793; Michael Gober $503; Christopher Kienzle $539; Holly Carlile $544; Vivian Howe $444; Lawrence Reid $355; Lacey Robbins $354; Austin Neufeld $353; Candace Booth $254; Deyon Arkeketa $254; Mario Amador $253; Craig Jones $239; Kalicen Frazier $254; Paula Buraczenski $254; Sarah Dale $124; Marko Standsblack $89; Autumn Reynolds $129; Leonard LeClair $589; and Jessica Reed $354.00.

Those listed above and on the City’s website have the opportunity to contact Hall Monday through Friday from 8am until 5pm at (580)763-0579 to make an appointment.

Once Sgt. Hall is contacted the warrant is not active; However, if a time is set to meet with Hall and is missed, the warrant is reactivated.

If you know the whereabouts of a person who has an active warrant, you can call the Ponca City Area Crime Stoppers line at (580)762-5100, or access the Crime Stoppers web submission form on the city web site.

You will remain anonymous and may receive a reward.

Check the listing on line at the City’s website.

Those listed may have more than one active warrant.

This list is updated each work day; so any previous link will not show updated information.

A reminder, this program is for municipal warrants only .


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