West U Police Make Many Arrests For Outstanding Warrants

September 27, 2010

West U police arrested several people for outstanding warrants.

Police arrested a 23-year-old Houston resident on Sept. 14 for outstanding warrants with West U and the Houston Police Department.

David Winston was pulled over in the 5500 block of Buffalo Speedway for driving without an inspection certificate.

During the traffic stop, police found Winston to have four outstanding warrants with West U and two outstanding capias warrants with Houston. A capias warrant is a warrant where the suspect is found guilty and failed to pay the fine.

Winston’s West U warrants were for failure to appear, expired insurance, no insurance and expired registration, police said.

His warrants with Houston were for failure to appear and failure to control speed.

Winston bonded out of West U’s jail and was released to the Houston Police Department.

On Sept. 14, Sierra Tarbutton, a 20-year-old Houston resident, was arrested for outstanding West U warrants.

Tarbutton had two outstanding warrants for speeding and failure to appear.

She was released from jail for time served.

On Sept. 15, Benjamin Gatliff, a 20-year-old Houston resident, was arrested for three outstanding West U warrants.

Gatliff was meeting with his probation officer when West U police were called to pick him up for his outstanding warrants, police said.

His warrants were for failure to maintain financial responsibility, expired registration and failure to appear.

He paid his fine and was released from jail.

On Sept. 16, Don Ice, a 51-year-old Farmington, New Mexico resident, was arrested for three outstanding West U warrants.

Ice’s warrants were for expired registration, expired insurance and failure to appear.

Ice paid his fine and was released from jail.

On Sept. 16, Kelvin Nichols, a 29-year-old Cypress resident, was arrested for walking in the middle of the street when a sidewalk is provided.

On Sept. 17, Lonny Mulligan, a 32-year-old Houston resident, was arrested for two outstanding West U warrants.

Mulligan’s warrants were for failure to appear and for expired registration.

He was released on a personal recognizance bond.

InstantNewsWestu Staff

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