I bet these kids are in high school by now ! Anyone recognize them ? Share the post, let’s see if we can find them ! This was about 2011.
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I bet these kids are in high school by now ! Anyone recognize them ? Share the post, let’s see if we can find them ! This was about 2011.
Panda Express just brought the police department lots of orange chicken bowls. We can’t eat them all and they will go to waste if we don’t redistribute them. Give us your address and how many you need and we will bring them to you right now ! Deliverable to Blue Mound residents only !
The City of Blue Mound is NOT under a water boil notice and is not associated with the issues that Fort Worth and Saginaw are having. Blue Mound has had no water pressure issues or loss of water due to the inclement weather we've had the past few days. If your water pipes are frozen and you have no drinking water, we have a limited supply we can bring to you. Either comment below or send a private message to us.
Identity theft ring!
Adam Bleau Delaughter and Allison Taylor Ploehn are actively stealing multiple people’s identities and using the information to make fraudulent purchases all over the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex and Oklahoma. They have been caught numerous times doing this yet they are still free to roam the streets. Delaughter is out on bond through a Dallas bail bond company with 16 pending felony cases. Most recently, Delaughter defrauded the Texas Toys motorcycle shop in Blue Mound in the amount of $17,000, the Lucky Penny motorcycle shop in Bedford, the Texas Adventure Powersports in Richardson in the amount of $25,000, and Jones Motorsports in Durant Oklahoma in the amount of $23,000 by using several different victim’s identifying information. We believe Ploehn is an active accomplice in these fraud cases. This couple has access to credit card embossing machines, credit card scanners, and blank credit cards. They are able to emboss blank credit cards, upload the victim’s credit card information into the magnetic strip, and use those cards to make purchases. They are known to frequent hotels, rent vehicles, and make large purchases using stolen credit card information. Delaughter and Ploehn both have multiple felony warrants out for their arrest. If you know their whereabouts contact the Blue Mound Police at (817)232-0661.
Jordan Knifley, our shooting suspect from the January 15th incident at 1717 Glenn Drive, was arrested today at about 4:00pm and booked into the Blue Mound jail. Thank you Fort Worth PD for the assistance in locating this suspect for us !
Identity theft ring targeting motorcycle shops!
We posted yesterday about a motorcycle shop in Blue Mound that was scammed out of a $17,000 Harley Davidson motorcycle when someone used another person’s identity to make the purchase. A thorough investigation led Blue Mound officers to a location in Dallas late last night where the Harley Davidson motorcycle was spotted. Blue Mound and Dallas PD officers made contact with the resident who was identified as Raymundo Sauseda. Sauseda showed to have a confirmed parole violation warrant out for his arrest. Sauseda had the keys and paperwork to the stolen motorcycle in his pocket. Sauseda was also found to be in possession of methamphetamines and had over $7,000 dollars cash on him. While inside his residence, officers saw an AR-15 rifle in plain view. Sauseda said he purchased the bikes, but wouldn’t say from whom. Sauseda was arrested on scene. A 2020 CanAm Spyder with new paper tags valued at $25,000 was parked next to the stolen Harley. Because of the circumstances, our officers believed the Spyder was also purchased by fraudulent means even though the vehicle didn’t show to be reported stolen. The Spyder was towed for investigative purposes. Also an unidentifiable cargo trailer that belonged to Sauseda was towed for investigative purposes. The owner of the Harley was allowed to make the scene to recover his motorcycle. The following morning, we contacted Texas Adventure Powersports in Richardson about the Spyder. They were unaware they had been scammed. Their paperwork showed a temporary paper driver’s license with the same picture of our unknown Blue Mound suspect with a completely different name and personal information. The Spyder is being released to that owner. Also, after our original post, Jones Powersports in Durant, Oklahoma contacted us saying the same person scammed them as well. They showed us a temporary paper driver’s license with a picture of our suspect with a completely different name and identifying information as the other two incidents. The suspects in their case were driving a dark colored older Nissan truck. This same person attempted to scam The Lucky Penny bike shop in Bedford. We are still trying to identify this suspect. Please share this post to make as many motorcycle shops aware of this scam. If you see the white male suspect in your shop, call your local police department immediately to identify the person.
On Monday, January 25, 2021, a white male presented a fraudulent temporary paper Texas driver’s license to purchase a 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle from Tx Toy Sales valued at $17,000. The suspect left the business with the motorcycle with no down payment. We do believe the picture on the temporary driver’s license is our suspect. This suspect also tried to fraudulently purchase a trike in Bedford but the salesman became suspicious and the suspect fled in an older small black Nissan truck with a female driving. Here he is pictured with the trike he attempted to scam from the Bedford dealership. The motorcycle pictured is the actual bike he was able to steal from Tx Toys in Blue Mound. Please share this post !
On Monday January 25, 2021, at about 3:07pm, a felony arrest warrant service was attempted at 1717 Glenn Drive for shooting suspect Jordan Knifley. While searching the residence for our suspect, drugs and drug paraphernalia were observed by officers in plain view. Primary resident Edmon Watson was subsequently arrested for Possession of Cocaine and Ecstasy. Multiple items were seized including drug paraphernalia, bath salts, pills, and other unknown items that will be sent to the lab for testing. In Watson's garage, officers found multiple Amazon packages that had been stolen from the porches of Blue Mound residents. Watson is being charged with theft for those stolen items. Our nuisance abatement lawsuit at this residence is ongoing.
Our officers are busy this morning. A traffic stop was made on this Dodge Challenger at about 6:45am as it arrived at the known drug house at 1717 Glenn Drive. The traffic stop was initiated because the license plate attached to the vehicle showed to belong to a Kia. The male driver and female passenger exited the vehicle and attempted to walk away from officers towards the front door at 1717 Glenn Drive. Both subjects were stopped and were both found to be in possession of methamphetamines. The male subject (a convicted felon) had a loaded handgun in the backpack he was carrying. After running the VIN number on the Challenger, it showed to be stolen from Southlake yesterday. Curtis "Elmo" Searcy and Contessa Owen were booked into the Blue Mound jail without incident. Searcy is being charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, and Possession of a Controlled Substance PG1. Owen is being charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1. Also the red Volkswagen in the picture was illegally parked 18 inches or more from the curb. We attempted to make contact with the owner who was visiting the drug house and got no answer. That vehicle was subsequently towed for being illegally parked. At this point we are pursuing a nuisance abatement lawsuit against the owner of the residence who continues to allow this criminal activity to take place on this property. We are tired of it and we know our good citizens are tired of it as well. It has been a public nuisance for way too long and it draws a terrible crowd of people that we do not want in our city.
Blue Mound Police would like to speak with Jordan Knifley concerning today’s shooting. Contact us if you know his whereabouts. Please share this post.
On Friday January 15, 2021, at approximately 12:40pm, a white or hispanic male shot a gun into a vehicle then into the air in the 1700 block of Glenn Drive. If you know the identity of this person or the other people involved, contact the Blue Mound Police Department at (817)232-0661. We are getting no help from the homeowner.
Reckless driving is dangerous and could seriously hurt or kill someone. This unlicensed 17 year old driver decided to make terrible choice with his father’s car today in Blue Mound while children were playing just feet away. Luckily no one was hurt but due to the circumstances and the fact the driver had no driver’s license, he received multiple citations and his father’s vehicle was towed. The 17 year old’s mother arrived on scene and received a citation for permitting an unlicensed driver to operate a vehicle.
North Texas Police Dispatcher, Officer Credited With Helping Save Man From Choking
A police dispatcher and officer in the Tarrant County city of Blue Mound are being credited with acting fast to save a man from choking.
On Tuesday, December 15, 2020 a man and woman entered the lobby of the Blue Mound Police Department. The man was choking on a piece of food that had obstructed his airway. Dispatcher Cristal Buckner saw the man in distress and immediately notified Sergeant Matheny who rushed to the man’s aid in the lobby. Sergeant Matheny performed the Heimlich Maneuver which dislodged the obstruction from his airway. The man quickly recovered and began breathing normally. Great job by our dispatcher and sergeant who may have in fact saved this man’s life !
On December 10, 2020, A Hispanic male entered the QT convenience store on Blue Mound Road. He placed three fountain drinks on the counter along with a metal Blue Mound police badge face up that was in his wallet. The store clerk believed he was trying to use his police authority in hopes to receive free drinks. On Monday December 16, 2020, the same Hispanic male approached the counter at the same QT with a fountain drink and verbally identified himself as a police officer. The clerk allowed him to leave with a free drink because he told him he was a police officer. The clerk wasn’t sure if he was an officer so he contacted Blue Mound police. The Hispanic male was identified as Blue Mound resident Mark Enriquez. We believe Enriquez is in possession of his deceased mother’s Blue Mound police badge she was given after she retired from Blue Mound as a police dispatcher. The badge is a gold round shaped badge with a star cutout that reads Blue Mound Police. We have reached out to Enriquez and his family members asking them to surrender the police badge to us and they have refused to cooperate. The reason for this post is to make the public aware that a Blue Mound police badge is being used by Enriquez and that Enriquez is not a police officer nor has he ever been a police officer. Evidence of this incident was given to the Saginaw Police Department because the incident occurred in their jurisdiction. This picture from QT shows Enriquez carrying the badge in his right hand as he exited the store.
On Friday December 11, 2020, at approximately 3:30pm, Blue Mound police responded to a vehicle theft in progress at the Carvana car lot at 1125 Cantrell Sansom Road. Initial reports were that a Ford F-150 had been stolen by a white male. A Fort Worth officer in the area spotted the stolen vehicle and attempted to make contact with the suspect. The suspect exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The officer lost sight of the suspect and multiple Blue Mound and Fort Worth officers arrived in the immediate area to search for the suspect. Fort Worth’s Air One helicopter arrived on scene within minutes and spotted the suspect running eastbound across Interstate 35. The suspect was observed entering a building in the 5500 block of I35. Multiple Blue Mound and Fort Worth police units surrounded the building. The suspect eventually exited the building once officers entered and hid underneath a vehicle in the parking lot where he was found and arrested. Jackie Richardson was transported to the Blue Mound jail and charged with Theft $30,000-$150,000 (a 3rd degree felony). Thank you Fort Worth Police Department for your assistance with this arrest ! Great job to all the officers involved !
🚨 Police seeking information on a wanted person 🚨
On Wednesday, November 11, 2020, The Blue Mound Police Department received a report of a vehicle theft in progress at the Carvana car lot in Blue Mound. The vehicle, a 2017 black Dodge Challenger valued at $32,000, was driven to a location where it was loaded onto a trailer. Surveillance video from the area of that location clearly showed two white males and a white female quickly loading the vehicle on the trailer and driving away. Those suspects were later identified as Natalie Rossi, Daniel Kane, and Scott Trachina. Rossi and Kane were arrested and charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity (2nd degree felony) Tranchina is wanted for Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity as well as multiple warrants from other agencies. If you know Scott Tranchina’s whereabouts, contact the Blue Mound Police at (817)232-0661 or you can call TC Crime Stoppers at (817)469-tips. Tranchina goes by the street name “Boston”. Notice the tattoo on the left side of Tranchina’s neck. Tranchina is the male subject pictured twice. While diligently following up on leads during the day of the theft, the Challenger was recovered by Blue Mound Police roughly 12 hours after it was stolen ! Also two suspect vehicles were seized as a result of the investigation. Great job by all officers involved !
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.
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