WFPD: Father, son arrested during disturbance call

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Wichita Falls Police arrested two men after a disturbance on Ninth Street Thursday night with charges filed for resisting and evading arrest, assault and assault of an officer.

Victor Reyes, 45, is charged with resisting arrest, assault and assault of an officer.

Police said when they arrived at the 2600 block of Ninth around 9:30 p.m., there was yelling and screaming upstairs, and they found Reyes and a woman yelling at each other, and Reyes' breath smelled of alcohol.

The woman said she wanted him to leave, but he was too drunk to walk or drive. As officers talked with her, they said Reyes balled up his fist and charged at the woman.

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An officer pushed him away, and Reyes again tried to charge the woman.

When they tried to detain him, they said he resisted by thrashing around to keep them from putting him in handcuffs.

While he was thrashing, an officer yelled that Reyes was trying to bite him in the arm, and another officer pulled Reyes' head away.

Kevin Reyes, 18, was also arrested at the disturbance. Officers said they are familiar with Kevin Reyes from past calls and outstanding warrants.

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An officer said he heard yelling when he arrived and went to the rear door and saw officers chasing Kevin Reyes through the house.

The officer stopped him at the door and said Kevin Reyes began resisting and tried to get back in the house. He was restrained and taken into custody.

Kevin Reyes had warrants for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon from May 2023, and for evading arrest last November and September.

This is a developing story. Stick with Texoma's Homepage for updates as more information becomes available. All individuals charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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