Police arrested a person for allegedly stealing a motorbike from an public sale.
Based on the police report:
Wichita Falls police have been despatched to the intersection of Lee at Sixth Road, Saturday evening for a disturbance.
The proprietor of Gee Public sale advised them he had an public sale that day at Mike’s Towing the place a motorbike was auctioned. The client left however stated they’d be again to get the bike. When he returned, the bike was gone. Safety cameras revealed two males loading the bike onto a trailer and taking it away.
Throughout their investigation, police found Robert Wiest and one other particular person have been there to assist load a pickup and took the bike.
The opposite topic advised police he helped load the bike at Wiest’s request and didn’t comprehend it was not paid for. Police arrested Wiest and charged him with the theft. His bond was set at $2,500 by a decide.
According to a previous Times Record News report, the Texas Division of Public Security arrested Wiest in August 2020 after a trooper clocked him going 128 mph on a motorbike whereas touring on U.S. 287. Wiest was ultimately stopped after WFPD and Wichita County deputies joined the pursuit.
Throughout a search, a trooper discovered methamphetamine and a firearm with its serial quantity filed off. Wiest was charged with Felony Evading with a Motor Car, Possession of a Managed Substance, and Illegal Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.