Man arrested at apartment complex
on complaint of child endangerment
An Oklahoma City man was arrested after police found a 4-year-old boy wandering around an apartment complex in cold temperatures. Jerry Lewis Bynes, 49, was arrested early Saturday on a complaint of child endangerment. He was taken to the Oklahoma County jail and his bail was set at $20,000, a jail official said Monday. Police were called shortly after midnight to an apartment complex in the 3700 block of S Pennsylvania Avenue in reference to a man “acting crazy,” according to the incident report. Officers found the man, who smelled of ether, and detained him. When officers tried to ask him questions, he would not respond and kept looking around “as though he was seeing things that weren’t there,” police wrote. The reporting officer noted he thought the man was high on phencyclidine, commonly known as PCP, according to the report. While the man was being checked by paramedics, officers found a 4-year-old boy walking by himself in the complex while it was 42 degrees outside. Officers found another toddler in the man’s apartment, according to the report.
LEIGHANNE MANWARREN, STAFF WRITER
Task force arrests man wanted on multiple charges; two women jailed
A man on the run since Oklahoma County deputies tried to issue an arrest warrant Wednesday was caught be authorities Monday. Jesse Hisaw, 50, was arrested about 2:30 p.m. Monday by the U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force in a home at 2228 NW 1 Terrace, near General Pershing Boulevard, Deputy U.S. Marshal Callen Stephens said. Hisaw was wanted on charges including concealing stolen property, obtaining money under false pretense, possession of controlled substance, possession of a firearm after a conviction, kidnapping, burglary and robbery, Stephens said. The task force found Hisaw at his girlfriend’s home. Leslie Sutphin was arrested on a complaint of harboring a fugitive, and another woman in the home was arrested for outstanding warrants, Stephens said.