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Voting at our police department/city hall !
The polls close at 7:00pm, however, if you are in line at 7:00pm you will still get to vote !
We have identified and apprehended our suspect related to the stolen Porsche that smashed through the gate at the Carvana car lot in Blue Mound on October 18, 2020. Jeffrey Scott King aka: "Jitter Bugg" was spotted by Haltom City police and was detained until our officers could make the scene to take custody of him. King was transported to the Blue Mound jail where he was booked without incident. He is being charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity (2nd degree felony). We are still trying to identify the other two suspects involved in this incident. If you have any information, contact the Blue Mound Police Department at (817)232-0661.
Officer Rodriguez’s virtual poison control presentation for Red Ribbon Week!
Is this candy or medicine? Multiple students participated in their classrooms and at home. Great job Officer Rodriguez!
Blue Mound Police are seeking Jeremy Burr for questioning. If you know his whereabouts, contact us at (817)232-0661.
A Blue Mound resident came to our station to report what they believed to be fraud. The resident had recently purchased this Tahoe they found for sale on Offer Up for $9,000 cash. They met up with the seller at a convenience store. The seller signed over the title, handed over the keys, and accepted the cash. When the buyer took the title to the Tarrant County Sub-Courthouse to transfer the vehicle into his name, he was informed he was given a fraudulent title by the seller and was unable to register his newly purchased vehicle. When he brought the vehicle to our station, we noticed the vehicle had a temporary paper tag from a dealership in Lewisville. We called that dealership and found out the vehicle was financed from them 7 days before it was sold to our victim. At this point we are still investigating this case, but we believe someone used fraudulent information to obtain this vehicle from the dealership with the sole purpose of selling the vehicle for cash and never intending to make payments to the dealership. It would take a few months of no payments being made to the dealership before the vehicle would be up for repossession and the scammer would be long gone with the cash. The vehicle would eventually end up being repossessed for non-payment. The dealership is the leinholder of the vehicle and has now taken possession of the vehicle causing our victim to be out $9,000. Be careful buying vehicles from individuals. Ask for identification. Get the license plate number of the vehicle they are in. Use your phone to take a picture of the seller. We have an exchange location in front of our station where the purchase will be caught on camera. If it’s a legitimate deal, they should have no problem with this. Also buying a vehicle from an individual that has a temporary paper tag is a red flag. All temporary tags should have a dealership listed on them. Call that dealership to make sure the vehicle wasn’t just purchased.
We are trying to identify this person in connection with a stolen vehicle. If you know who this person is contact the Blue Mound Police Department at (817)232-0661. Please like and share this post.
We have obtained video surveillance from a gameroom in Fort Worth on N. Beach Street of the damaged stolen Porsche pulling into the parking lot approximately 20 minutes after smashing through the Carvana gate. We are trying to identify the driver and everyone he interacted with while he was there.
On Sunday, October 18, 2020, at approximately 12:03am, three unknown suspects entered a secure area of the Carvana car lot in Blue Mound and stole and silver Corvette convertible, a black Mercedes CLS550, and a silver Panamera GTS Porsche by smashing through a locked gate. The total value of the three vehicles combined is over $100,000.00. If you have any information on this theft, contact the Blue Mound Police Department at (817)232-0661 or you can call crimestoppers at (817)469-TIPS. You can remain anonymous. We are working on releasing additional video surveillance of the suspects involved and will post that video this afternoon.
Just a routine traffic stop for speeding that turned into a group photo !
This sweet girl wanted to check out the patrol car ! 🚔
Be on the lookout ! This Dodge Challenger Scat Pack was stolen from Blue Mound this morning. This is a picture of the actual vehicle. It has a sunroof and black spoiler. There were no license plates on it when it was taken. Witnesses saw a white or Hispanic male driver and a white female passenger.
Our newest K-9 in training !
This homemade motorized trike was stolen sometime between 11:00pm on Saturday, September 26, 2020 and 8:00am on Sunday, September 27, 2020 in Blue Mound. It has "Go Power Sports" stickers on it. If you see this trike or come across it for sale online, contact the Blue Mound Police Department at (817)232-0661.
On Monday, September 7, 2020 an incident was reported to the Blue Mound Police Department after an outcry was made by a 12 year old female victim. Blue Mound resident Rafael Alejandro, 63, was immediately arrested for that incident. Further investigations led to Alejandro being charged with Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child (a first degree felony). Alejandro is currently being held in the Blue Mound jail awaiting arraignment.
PSA to our local police departments and the general public:
On 07-22-2020, Joe Comacho was arrested on a traffic stop by Blue Mound police officers for possessing what we believed to be Oxycodone pills based on the color, shape, and imprints. A few days ago, the drug results came back from the Texas DPS laboratory stating those pills are counterfeit and they contain the drug Fentanyl. There have been numerous deaths nationwide where people believed they were ingesting Oxycodone when in fact it was Fentanyl. Be careful when handling any pill out there on the streets because simply touching Fentanyl can cause an overdose..
On Sunday, August 23, 2020, at approximately 1:27am, Blue Mound officers were dispatched to a theft in progress at the Quick Way convenience store. A store clerk advised a white male in a black F-150 truck had used bolt cutters to cut the lock off of a metal cage that contained full propane tanks. Upon arrival, the suspect had already fled the scene. Officers took a report from the clerk and received still shots of the suspect and suspect truck from store surveillance. A few minutes after clearing the scene, Blue Mound officers were traveling in the 500 block of Globe Avenue when they spotted a wallet laying in the middle of the road. The wallet was retrieved and taken to the police station for safe keeping. About 10 minutes later, police dispatch received a 911 call from a subject who said he had just lost his wallet somewhere in Blue Mound. Dispatch advised an officer had found the wallet and and told him he could come to the station to pick it up. When the subject arrived at the station to pick up his wallet, the officers realized the subject and his truck matched the description and photos from the theft that had just occurred at the Quick Way. After a brief discussion, the subject was arrested. Officers observed and recovered 3 full propane tanks and a pair of bolt cutters from the subject's truck parked in the police station parking lot. Kyle Lowry is currently being held in the Blue Mound jail charged with Theft under $2,500 w/ 2 previous convictions. (state jail felony)
On Tuesday, August 18, 2020, at approximately 7:15 pm, a Blue Mound police officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle for a minor traffic violation in the 400 block of Globe Avenue. After a probable cause search of the vehicle, THC budder weighing approximately 14 grams and THC shatter weighing approximately 37 grams were both discovered in a backpack inside the vehicle (street value is about $700). Dalton Tullos was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 2 > = 4 grams < 400 grams (a 2nd degree felony). This type of drug is very dangerous and the THC levels are 4 to 5 times stronger than regular marijuana.
On Monday, August 17, 2020 at approximately 5:30 pm, a white Cadillac was observed backing out of the driveway of 1717 Glenn Drive (a known drug location here in Blue Mound). The driver (identified as Tyler Burdette) was stopped for running a stop sign. Burdette was arrested for DWLI. It was then discovered that Burdette had concealed 7.2 grams of methamphetamines on his person and had a used syringe in his pocket. Burdette was transported to the Blue Mound jail where he was booked for Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1 4-200 grams (a 2nd degree felony). This drug location continues to be a public nuisance for our community despite countless drug arrests made of the occupants and visitors to this house. We've warned the occupants of 1717 Glenn Drive to cease and desist the continuous drug transactions that take place on a daily basis at this residence, but those requests have fallen on deaf ears. Drug houses like this attract drug users/criminals to our city that increases crimes like vehicle burglaries, home burglaries, assaults, and thefts. If you as a Blue Mound citizen would like to voice your opinion or concerns regarding this drug location, please attend the city council meeting tonight August 18, 2020 at 6:30 pm.
The Blue Mound Police Department needs help identifying this fleeing felon. If you know this person, contact us at (817)232-0661.
On Sunday, August 2nd, at approximately 5:50pm, Blue Mound officers were dispatched to a call in reference to a fight in progress. Upon arrival, officers noticed a vehicle leaving the scene in a hurry. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle when they noticed several items being thrown from the vehicle. The driver stopped the vehicle about 50 yards from where the items were thrown. The occupants in the vehicle were in fact involved in the fight that had taken place minutes prior to the traffic stop. When officers retrieved the items previously thrown from the vehicle, they found multiple large quantity bags of cocaine. Julian Figueroa was arrested for Manufacturing/Delivery of a Controlled Substance PG 1 (400 Grams or more). The total weight of the cocaine recovered is 2 lbs 9oz (approximately 1,162 grams). The estimated street value for that quantity of cocaine is about $100,000. Figueroa also had about $3,000 in cash on him. The details of the original fight in progress are unclear due to multiple parties fleeing the scene and uncooperative involved parties that were located. Great job to our officers for getting this off our Blue Mound streets ! !
On Saturday, July 25, 2020 at approximately 7:00pm, Blue Mound officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a minor traffic violation observed within the Blue Mound city limits. The driver, Garrett Holleman was arrested for a Theft warrant out of Tarrant County Sheriff’s Department. The passenger, Michael Holleman, was found to be in possession of 26.7 grams of methamphetamines, marijuana, and Xanax pills. Michael Holleman was arrested and charged with Manufacturing/Delivery of a Controlled Substance 4-200 grams (a 1st degree felony).
Fact #1: Holleman’s vehicle was observed leaving the known drug location at 1717 Glenn Drive in Blue Mound minutes prior to the traffic stop.
Fact#2: Michael Holleman is a Blue Mound resident who resides at the known drug location at 1750 Tyson Street in Blue Mound.
Fact#3: The Blue Mound Police Department and the majority of it’s citizens are very tired of the drug problem, drug dealers, and drug users in the city Blue Mound and we assure you we are working diligently all hours of the day and night to eradicate this problem.
Disclaimer: (all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)
Also both known drug locations mentioned above are alleged drug locations based on numerous incidents and drug arrests made on suspects that frequent those locations and/or live there. You can stop this at any time or you can continue to go to jail ! Your choice !
Saginaw Police Department, Texas
FAKE DRUG DANGERS:
There has been an increase in overdose deaths across the country. At first people were using recreational drugs like marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, and ecstasy that were laced with fentanyl and/or carfentanil and dying from an overdose at alarming rates. Here lately an increase in overdoses and deaths have been linked to fake prescription drugs, mainly xanax/alprazolam, that are laced with fentanyl and/or carfentanil.
Please have the difficult talk with your friends, family and children about the dangers of these new fake or laced drugs, especially pills they may think are real. If you happen to see any pills or mysterious powder laying around, please do not touch them with your bare hands. Fentanyl and carfentanil both will absorb through your skin and can easily cause an overdose just by touching it.
Great job Watauga PD !
Glad you got this very dangerous person off the street!
Blue Mound PD is looking to hire 1 TCOLE certified police officer. Starting pay is $47,000-$56,000 depending on years of experience. Pick up an application at 301 S. Blue Mound Rd.
Fort Worth Police Officers Association
Please say a prayer for a Fort Worth police officer who has been severely injured in the line of duty. The officer was struck by a stolen vehicle during a pursuit while attempting to deploy a stop stick device. The officer has been transported to a nearby hospital for medical treatment. 🙏 💙
Thank you Kevin from ROMCO equipment company for donating 4 cases of water to our police department ! It is very much appreciated on these hot days !
Thank you to i Fratelli pizza for providing lunch today for our police department ! It is greatly appreciated ! i Fratelli 🍕 is conveniently located at 2700 Western Center Blvd near I-35 in case you get hungry while reading this ! 😉😋
On Saturday, May 9, 2020, at approximately 6:30pm, multiple Blue Mound officers executed a no knock search warrant on a known drug house in the 1700 block of Globe Avenue due to intel and months of surveillance on the location. As a result of the search, methamphetamines, heroin, marijuana, and 6 firearms were seized. Evidence of narcotics distribution was present in the residence. Blue Mound police officers are currently searching for Judith Lockhart who has multiple warrants out of our city. If you know her whereabouts, contact our police department at 8172320661.
On Friday, May 1, 2020 at approximately 1:00 pm, a traffic stop was initiated on a vehicle for a traffic violation observed in the 1600 block of Bell Ave. The vehicle was occupied by two black males and one white male. A probable cause search of the vehicle yielded 3 firearms (one of which was reported stolen out of Arlington), masks, 15 grams of MDMA (ecstasy), US currency, marijuana, and Xanax bars. All 3 subjects were arrested and booked on felony charges. 3 guns and drugs were taken off your Blue Mound streets and taken out of the hands of convicted felons.
Update on a situation we posted about yesterday ! An anonymous tip from a person who had seen our Facebook post led our officers to a house in Fort Worth where the elderly man’s mower was located and recovered. Minutes ago, James Erwin was reunited with his mower. Thank you to the public for the tips that came in following the post ! ! ! We as a community have to take care of and look out for our Blue Mound citizens.
On Thursday April 23, 2020, two white male teenagers (13-14years old) were in the 1600 block of Bell Avenue offering to mow yards for money. They duped an 85 year old male with Alzheimer’s out of his Ariens brand riding lawnmower valued at $1,000 saying if he let them have the mower, they would mow his yard for free for the rest of his life. This elderly male does not have the mental capacity to understand exactly what happened and now wants his mower back. The father of one of the teenagers drove to the elderly man’s house in a dark colored truck and loaded up the man’s mower. Even after agreeing to mow the elderly man’s yard for free for the rest of his life and after loading up the mower, the teenagers still charged him for mowing his yard that day. A neighbor saw what was happening and asked the teenagers why they were taking his mower. The teenager’s response was “you need to mind your own business dog”. We know the teenagers mowed multiple other yards in the neighborhood that day and if they mowed your yard and you know who they are or where they live, contact the Blue Mound Police Department at (817)232-0661. If the mower is not returned immediately, we will pursue theft by deception charges from an elderly person (3rd degree felony) against the teenagers and the father of the teenagers. Don’t take advantage of our elderly citizens.
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