On 10-26-22, at approx at 1533 hrs, WFPD officers were sent to a deceased person call at 1317 11th street #13.
Officers located 70 year old James Shierling, dob 05-04-52, deceased inside the apartment.
The death is being investigated as a homicide. Next of kin has been notified.
The investigation is ongoing.
If you have any information about this crime, please contact us at 940-761-7762 or call Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888.
Fresh 48 is in effect.
The case number for this incident is 22-101386.
WFPD officers responded on 08-11-22 at 4:42 pm to the Riverbend Nature Center located at 2200 3rd Street in reference to gunshots.
The officers arrived and discovered that an 18-month-old boy was struck to the leg by a bullet. It is not known at this time from where the gunshot was fired.
The victim was taken to the URHCS by ambulance and later flown to Cook Children’s Medical Center in Ft. Worth, Texas.The child is expected to undergo surgery there.
If you have any information about this incident, please call the WFPD non-emergency number at 940-720-5000 or the WFPD Crime Stoppers number at 940-322-9888.
The WFPD believes this is an isolated incident and there is no danger to our citizens.
WFPD officers responded at 12:11 am this morning to investigate an assault with a weapon at the Haystack Bar located at 315 N. Scott Street.
The officers arrived and found a black male, 34-year-old Cordera Sherrard Walker, deceased in the parking lot.
The WFPD detectives are investigating this case as the 10th murder in Wichita Falls for the year 2022.
If you have any information about this murder, please call the WFPD Crime Stoppers number at 940-322-9888 or the WFPD non-emergency number 940-720-5000.
At approx 1741 hrs, officers responded to the ER in reference to a deceased 15 year old gunshot victim. Officers believe the shooting occurred in the area of 23rd/Grace. The investigation is on-going.
If you have any information about this crime, please contact our Crimes Against Persons Unit at 940-761-7762 or call Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888.
There is also a Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers Fresh 48 in effect!
We are proud to introduce Officer Brian Arias as our new
Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers Coordinator!
Officer Arias, a Wichita Falls are native, graduated from Rider High School and Midwestern State University.
He joined our department 8.5 years ago as a member of the 66th WFPD Training Academy and has never looked back.
He holds a Master Peace Officer license through TCOLE and has served as a patrol officer, misdemeanor investigator, and an intoxilyzer operator.
Officer Arias is excited about his new position and looks forward to more positive interactions with the community.
Help us congratulate him on his new adventure!!!
On 04/19/2022, between 4:56am – 5:38am, WFPD Officers were dispatched to three separate, but related, burglaries at the following locations:
1307 Holliday @ Burger King (CN #22-041039)
4115 Jacksboro Hwy @ Sonic (CN #22-041042)
3200 Kemp St @ Sonic (CN # 22-041041)
The suspect in these burglaries appears to be a male, approximately 160-175 lbs, wearing a dark grey or black hoodie, face mask, white gloves, dark gray sweatpants that were sagging, red/white boxers, white socks and black/white Nike shoes. He was also carrying a black backpack. The suspect was seen arriving and leaving on foot.
I have attached a picture for media use. We are asking anyone that has any information about this suspect or the crimes to contact us at 940-761-7762 or call Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888.
Thank you for your help!
The WFPD is searching for 32-year-old Jordan Kidwell of Wichita Falls.
She is wanted for the charge of Abandoning or Endangering a Child.
If you have information on the location of Jordan Kidwell, please call the WFPD Crime Stoppers number at 940-322-9888 or the WFPD non-emergency number at 940-720-5000.
Thank you Wichita Falls for your continued help and support!
A 15-year-old male was arrested today just south of Dallas, Texas under a Directive to Apprehend order related to a burglary of a residence that occurred here in Wichita Falls this Summer.
Once the juvenile male is transported to the Wichita County Juvenile Detention Center, WFPD Juvenile Detectives plan to file more charges on the male related to the recent bomb threats.
A Crime Stoppers tip aided the WFPD in identifying the juvenile male as the suspect. Thank you for your help, Wichita Falls!
This was a coordinated effort between several agencies including but not limited to the WFPD, FBI, U.S. Marshals, Staff and Students of the WFISD, and Texas DPS. Outstanding work by all!