The Pryor Times

January 8, 2013

Pair sits in jail at $1 million each

Staff Writer
Cydney Baron

— Isac Hernandez and Lindsay Fogleman have become common names in the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office, as the duo commits one crime after another.

“We suspect that Hernandez has drug gang connections in Tulsa. All I know for sure is that violence like this absolutely can’t happen here,” said Mayes County Sheriff’s Deputy Brett Mull.

It began with an alleged kidnapping in March 2012. Hernandez was charged with kidnapping Fogleman and they ended up in a shootout in Locust Grove. When Fogleman refused to testify because the two are in a relationshiop, these charges were dropped.  

A member of the sheriff’s office further explained their most recent offenses.

“The initial call that came in was shots fired at a resident. The caller gave a description of a truck, which we located. When we located the truck, Fogleman was driving,” said Mull.

“The officer observed shells in the backseat and got Hernandez out at that point to put him in custody for officer safety. He answered yes when asked if there were fireams in the truck.”

Upon searching Hernandez, the officer discovered he was wearing body armor. The officers retrieved a .40 caliber pistol and a 9 mm handgun. Mull said Fogleman was removed from the truck. At that point, the offcers located both methamphetamines and cocaine in the vehicle and the two were taken into custody.

Mull explored the shots fired at the residence.

“It was the day after the elementary achool shooting, and a woman was outside in the yard with her young children,” said Mull. “Fogleman and Hernandez drove by and fired shots from their truck window.”

Hernandez later stated that he was shooting into the woods, and not at the woman and her family.

The official charges include trafficking in illegal drugs (cocaine), possession of controlled dangerous substance, use of a vehicle to facilitate discharging of a weapon, possession of firearm while in commission of a felony, and wearing body armor in committing a felony. Both are set to appear on the preliminary hearing sounding docket Jan. 24. Their bond is set at $1,000,000 each. Fogleman and Hernandez are both in custody at the Mayes County Jail.