An Oklahoma City man is facing seven counts of knowingly concealing stolen property – including a box containing human cremated remains.
An arrest warrant is outstanding for Brandon N. Floyd, 36. The charges – four felonies and three misdemeanors – were filed January 27 in McClain County District Court.
Floyd is also charged with a fourth misdemeanor for possession of a controlled substance.
The stolen items allegedly in Floyd’s possession that were recovered by authorities were a 2002 Yamaha motorcycle, 1971 Honda motorcycle, two .40 caliber Springfield SD pistols, a black holster and Grady County Justice badge, tools and the cremated remains of Christopher Kvak Jr.
According to an affidavit, the McClain County Sheriff’s Department deputy arrested Shannon Bollenbach and Curtis Johnson leaving Floyd’s home in Washington with four motorcycles on September 30.
Two of the motorcycles were found to be stolen. Johnson, 37, of Washington, said he was moving the motorcycles at Floyd’s request.
Both Johnson and Bollenbach were charged with two counts of possession of a stolen vehicle and one count of knowingly receiving stolen property.
In addition, Johnson was charged with failing to signal a turn and Bollenbach with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bollenbach subsequently failed to appear for a preliminary hearing conference and a warrant was issued for her arrest. Her bond was set at $27,000.
Following the arrests and recovery of the two stolen motorcycles the sheriff’s department served two search warrants for Floyd’s house.
Recovered during the first search on October 1 were a pistol stolen during a car burglary in Okmulgee and the holster and badge taken during a car burglary in Grady County. Investigators also found a bottle containing approximately 10 ml of liquid methamphetamine.
They also recorded and photographed additional suspected stolen property, which was recovered when the second search warrant was served October 6.
Those items were a 10-piece Lenox hole saw from a car burglary in Grady County, the cremated remains stolen during an Oklahoma City car burglary and a Bianchi duty belt and Truspec case stolen from a vehicle in Chickasha.