APD Arrest Amarillo Woman for Making a False Police Report
When it comes to dealing with law enforcement, a person needs to avoid making a false police report.
Amarillo PD or any of the Sheriff's offices in the area do not take false reports lightly.
Back on Tuesday, June 27, 2023, at 1:55 pm. APD officers responded to a call at the Whataburger at I-40 and Grand. The victim stated that she has been shopping at the nearby Walmart. She said she parked in the back in order to give her infant a bottle before going to the store. The victim said she was approached by a man who said he had a gun and told her to get out of the car. She told the man her infant was in the car with her. She claimed the suspect grabbed her and tried to pull her out of the vehicle. The victim said that she fought back, closed the door, and drove to Whataburger where she called the police. The suspect fled the scene.
Fast forward to Monday, August 14, 2023. Amarillo Police Department's Violent Crimes Detectives have evidence that Maycie Gilmore filed a false report. There was no evidence that a person approached her vehicle or attempted to take the vehicle. An arrest warrant was obtained and Gilmore was arrested for filing a false report. She was booked into the Randall County Detention Center.
If found guilty Gilmore could face 180 days in jail and a fine of up to $2,000.
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