A Byers woman is one of two facing multiple charges following a traffic stop in Wichita Falls Monday.
Kirsten Elizabeth Marks, 22, of Byers, and Jeremy Todd Goines, 23, of Wichita Falls, were arrested after their vehicle was stopped in the 1600 block of Sunnyside Lane at 4:21 p.m. by the Wichita Falls Police Department.
The WFPD had received information from the Clay County Sheriff’s Office that the 2010 Chrysler minivan was possibly carrying stolen weapons.
Clay County had issued a warrant for the arrest of Marks.
Marks is charged with possession of a controlled substance, penal group 4, less than 28 grams, a misdemeanor; bond revocation, possession of a controlled substance, penal group 1, under 1 gram; and a Clay County warrant for theft of property over $1,500,
under $20,000. Bond was set at $500 and $3,000, respectively, for the charges of possession, and $10,000 for theft of property
— a total of $13,500.
Goines is charged with violation of a court order, engaging in criminal activity; bond revocation, possession of a controlled
substance, penal group 1, methamphetamine in a drug free zone, less than 4 grams; bond forfeiture, criminal trespass; and three bond forfeitures for violation of a court order, engaging in an organized criminal act. Bonds were set at $30,000 for possession of a controlled substance, $10,001 and $10,002 for each bond forfeiture. Bonds totaled $70,006.
Both remain in the Wichita County jail.