After being wanted for stealing five Amazon trucks, in North Texas, Mical Ford, 36, has been apprehended.
Dallas police say that Ford has been charged with four felony counts of theft of property and two counts of robbery. He also faces charges of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, and parole violation.
In March 2022, authorities said that Ford and Nakemia Bryant, 42, stole the Amazon trucks that contained packages. This continued for three months. In one instance, the pair assaulted a driver prior to taking off with the truck.
On March 25, Bryant was apprehended for driving while intoxicated in Balch Springs. As she was being questioned, she admitted to her part in stealing the five Amazon vans. She also named Ford as the other suspect.
The following day, police found many unopened Amazon packages inside of Bryant’s residence. They were said to be worth over $15,000.
At the end of March, DPD publicized a recording from inside of the cabin of two of the Amazon vans. It depicted Ford as the driver.
On June 30, a tip led authorities to Ford’s location. He was arrested and taken to the Dallas County Jail.
A Missouri man was indicted Tuesday for allegedly leaving a voicemail containing a threat on the personal cell phone of an election official in the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office in Maricopa County, Arizona.
Walter Lee Hoornstra, 50, of Tecumseh, is charged with one count of communicating an interstate threat and one count of making a threatening telephone call.
“These unlawful threats of violence endanger election officials, undermine our electoral process, and threaten our democracy,” said Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Polite, Jr. of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “The department’s Election Threats Task Force, working with our partners across the country, remains committed to investigating and prosecuting such illegal threats to ensure that these public servants are able to do their jobs free from intimidation.”
According to the indictment, on or about May 19, 2021, Hoornstra allegedly left the following voicemail message on the personal cell phone of the election official: “So I see you’re for fair and competent elections, that’s what it says here on your homepage for your recorder position you’re trying to fly here. But you call things unhinged and insane lies when there’s a forensic audit going on. You need to check yourself. You need to do your [expletive] job right because other people from other states are watching your ass. You [expletive] renege on this deal or give them any more troubles, your ass will never make it to your next little board meeting.”
“The FBI is committed to vigorously investigating and holding accountable anyone who threatens election workers,” said Assistant Director Luis Quesada of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division. “These public servants protect our fundamental right to vote by administering fair and free elections. Any attempts to interfere with our elections by intimidating election officials, their staffs, and volunteers with threats of violence will not be tolerated.”
If convicted, Hoornstra faces up to five years in prison for making a threatening interstate communication and up to two years in prison for making a threatening telephone call. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after considering the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.
PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Surveillance video caught the moment a Prescott Valley Wendy’s employee came up to a customer and sucker-punched him after an argument a couple of weeks ago. On July 26, 35-year-old Antoine Kendrick was at the register taking the 67-year-old man’s order. However, police say the man then complained about his order, and that’s when things turned violent.