18-year-old Cooper Knestrick is free on a $500 bond, after failing to book himself on an outstanding citation, which stated he told police “I think they put a gun in my waistband” after they responded to a robbery call during which Cooper told police he was robbed of his cell phone while buying marijuana.
“I know I shouldn’t have done it, but I shouldn’t be this drunk either, and I am.” – those are the words of 18-year-old Jacob D. Waswick, who also told police “When you take 40 mg of Xanax, & 8 shots of Captain Morgan, and want some wine, you think… well, there’s no camera, I can jump a wall, and get into a cooler, and nobody will know.”
18-year-old Loren Loomis was booked on an a felony aggravated burglary warrant last week, charging him with breaking into a residence and causing approximately $4,000 in damages. The two females that fled the scene with him have not yet been identified.
17-year-old Reginald Williams, Jr., who was wearing an ankle monitor at the time of his arrest, is charged in a crime spree against multiple rideshare drivers, to include the sexual assault of one and the attempted murder of another.
Shawn Browning wrecked his vehicle and called Jeremiah Harris to pick him up and get things out of the vehicle. Police arrived before they fled, and found both in possession of guns and drugs packaged for resale.
18-year-old Paul Lee is free on a $2,000 cash bond after police say he attacked his mother and father during an argument. His father deployed pepper spray on his child, stating he was in fear for the safety of his family.
Cooper Knestrick was located in a Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop after complaints of a man believed to be high on something were called into Brentwood Police.
Devion Jordan, 18, who has been a fugitive for the past four months, charged with the death of Charlie Easley, is now in custody after being tracked to a Porter Road apartment where he was being harbored by 20-year-old Marvin Summers, who is currently out on bond for 1st-degree murder.
As technology advances, so to the methods robbers use. 19-year-old Amin Kosar was identified as one of two individuals that robbed another teen at gunpoint after he got into the vehicle with them. They made the victim unlock his phone and log out of his Apple ID at gunpoint before they released him.
Saturday evening’s investigation at an apartment in the 1200 block of 14th Avenue South by the Juvenile Crime Task Force led to the arrests of five teenagers (four 14-year-olds and one 15-year-old) on gun and marijuana charges.