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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Severe Weather outlook for the Texas Panhandle for April, 23 2014



Fatal car vs pedestrian 10th & Fillmore



Amarillo police are investigating a fatal car vs pedestrian accident that occurred this morning just east of Fillmore on 10th street.

APD released this statement:


APD investigating car/pedestrian accident, east of 10th and S. Fillmore, eastbound lanes of 10th.  Drivers may wish to avoid area...initial reports indicate serious injury, Traffic Investigations is responding.  Estimated time to clear the accident scene will be 45 minutes or more.

TIME: 8:51 AM


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Monday, April 14, 2014

ALERT: Fatal head-on collision HWy 136 South of Fritch

At 2:45 PM Potter County Fire Dept and Potter County S.O. were dispatched to a truck vs passenger car accident eight miles south of Fritch on Hwy 136.

On arrival PCFD found a transport truck had collided head-on, with one fatality.

The truck is a "transport truck" carrying groceries. The driver of the truck and his passenger were described as having non-life threatening injuries.

HWY 136 is closed.

TIME: 3:13 PM

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Disclaimer: As can be the case with breaking news - all information on this blog or monitored on the scanner feed, should be considered preliminary and unsubstantiated until the public safety agency involved releases an official report.

ALERT: Icy roads - wrecks mounting up



Overpasses are slick out there so be careful. APD is working accidents at I-40 & Eastern, I-40/287 Split and a rollover on St Francis. Time 6:18 AM

I-40 being shut down at Pullman westbound. 6:25 AM


Another accident I-40 westbound just east of the interchange. 6:28 AM

APD reporting three accidents between Ross & the I-40 interchange. Might be a good idea to just stay off I-40. 6:30 AM

DPS working a semi truck jack-knife at 102 mm eastbound. Time 6:35 AM

Southbound I-27 to Eastbound I-40 being closed. TIME: 6:35

4 vehicle wreck at I-40 & Ross another single wreck I-40 & Soncy. 6:49 AM

Eastbound between Ross & Grand - light pole hit across I-40 both lanes. TIME: 6:51 AM

RV rolled-over I-40 east of Grand exit. TIME: 6:57 AM

I-40 at Arnot - westbound rollover. TIME: 6:59 AM







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Friday, April 11, 2014

ALERT: Stabbing at WestMinster Apartments 2415 South Coulter

Just before 10:30 PM APD received a report of a person stabbed at Westminster Apartments 2415 South Coulter.

Victim was found under the Happy State Bank sign.

Suspects were a 44 year old white male, and a white female who fled in a yellow 2 door Ford Focus.

APD spotted the vehicle on I-40 heading eastbound a short time later.  

Suspects were pulled over at the Texas Road House at I-40 and Georgia. Suspects were arrested at gunpoint at the Burger King on Georgia. 

According to communications on the Pro News 7 Scanner the male suspect was covered in blood.

EMS alerted NWTH they were running Priority One/Code 3 with a Trauma Alert, with a victim of a multiple stabbing. 

CSI has been called to both scenes.

TIME: 10:32 PM



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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

APD searching for missing boy - Brian Scott Varner


FROM APD: 759 PM:

Cancel the attempt to locate message on Brian Scot Varner, a WM age 13.  He was located near railroad property in east Amarillo by Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad police.  He is safe and has been returned home.     



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The Amarillo Police Department is seeking assistance in locating Brian Scot Varner, a WM age 13. He is 5ft. 5, weighs about 100 pounds, with short, shaggy sandy brown hair. He has a very light complexion and wears glasses with black frames.

 He was last seen wearing a red short sleeved tee-shirt with the word "ninja" printed on it, blue sweat pants with cargo style pockets, and gray tennis shoes with blue markings on the side.

 Brian left his home near 34th and Western today some time after noon. Brian has health issues that may make him unable to care for himself or provide for his own safety. His photograph is attached to this release. If you have seen Brian or know his whereabouts, please call the Amarillo Police Department at 378-3038 or dial 911.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Semi truck slams into McDonalds Ama Blvd & Pierce many injured.

Shortly before 10:00 PM Amarillo Fire Dept and Amarillo Police responded to a report of a semi truck that had rolled over and slammed into a McDonalds at Amarillo Blvd & Pierce.

On arrival they found the vehicle partly inside the building with the driver trapped in the cab and people (who were eating)trapped behind a collapsed wall.


There were also people who were in cars in the parking lot that were also hit.

AFD started search, rescue and triage and called for more ambulances for the injured. At one point a child was declared missing but soon was found. The driver was extricated from his truck. All McDonalds employees were accounted for. The number of injured is not known at this time but at one point EMS ran out of ambulances.

No deaths were reported and the extent of the injuries is not known at this time.

Pro News 7 has a reporter on the scene and details will be posted soon at connectamarillo.



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Disclaimer: As can be the case with breaking news - all information on this blog or monitored on the scanner feed, should be considered preliminary and unsubstantiated until the public safety agency involved releases an official report.

Woman found dead in Randall County

Shortly before 1PM both Potter County & Randall County were dispatched to County Road 34 on a report of a woman found lying behind a black Tahoe bleeding from the head. EMS and RCFD were summoned as well.

Potter County was the first to arrive and found a deceased female. The scene was turned over to Randall County and was secured until they arrived.

Randal County is investigating it as "suspicious."

TIME: 3:24 PM




Disclaimer: As can be the case with breaking news - all information on this blog or monitored on the scanner feed, should be considered preliminary and unsubstantiated until the public safety agency involved releases an official report.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Amarillo PD makes marijuana arrest during traffic stop

APD: On 4-7-14, at 12:46 AM, an APD officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 400 block of N. Alabama.

 As the officer approached, he saw the rear seat passenger pull his hands out of the pocket on the back of the seat in front of him. 

When he made contact with the driver, a HM age 16, he could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The officer searched the vehicle, and found 19 small bags of what is believed to be marijuana contained within a larger clear bag. 

The bag was in the pocket on the back of the passenger side seat.

Israel Garza HM 20, of Amarillo was booked into the Potter County Detention Center on a charge of possession of marijuana greater than two but less than four ounces. 

The front seat passenger, a HF 17, was arrested for ten outstanding traffic warrants and booked into the Randall County Jail. The driver was issued a citation and released to a parent.