Sunday, April 14, 2019

1700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2535 – A woman’s dirt bike was stolen while she was at church.

500 BLOCK OF ELM STREET – Complainant said a man entered her home through a window, and when she attempted to contact the sheriff’s office for help, he grabbed her phone and broke it. The man was arrested.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4853 – A man stated he had an agreement for an individual to work on some tree trimming trucks. Complainant received a call from a neighbor nearby who stated the vehicles were being cut up and hauled off. Deputy arrived and determined the vehicles were abandoned property. Deputy referred both parties to civil court.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4721 – Complainant advised his daughter and her boyfriend were involved in a heated argument and were throwing items inside the residence. The daughter advised the argument was over his feelings. Boyfriend left prior to deputy’s arrival.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4429 – A woman reported two men took her debit card and used it at Love’s Truck Stop in Rhome. Deputy made contact with one of the men and advised him charges would be filed if the money spent was not returned. The man and the complainant made an agreement to meet at a later date to exchange the funds.

500 BLOCK OF ELM LANE – Complainant advised her boyfriend grabbed her by her hair and threw her to the ground. She sustained minor injuries.

100 BLOCK OF LANGE WAY – A woman advised her brother arrived back to the residence and started removing fence panels. The brother voluntarily removed his property from the residence and moved to Oklahoma City.

400 BLOCK OF BRIAR OAKS LANE – Deputies responded to a trailer parked on the side of the road with several vehicles parked nearby. When deputies approached the trailer and knocked on the door, they could hear shuffling, moving and low whispers from inside. One of the two occupants opened the door and appeared to be in a daze and could not answer questions. When one man was asked about narcotics, he became agitated and was detained. A K9 responded and gave a positive alert to all three vehicles on the scene. During the search, deputies discovered 5.4 grams of methamphetamine as well as Alprazolam and Xanax. Both the man and woman were taken to jail.

7700 BLOCK OF BRIAR ROAD – A man stated while he was in jail, someone he knew charged $446 to his credit cards without permission.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

FARM ROAD 1810 – Deputies were in pursuit of a black cow. When they attempted to corral the cow, they became stuck in the mud. A wrecker was called to rescue the deputies.

2500 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2127 – A woman advised her intoxicated husband came by the house with his friends and stated he was going to pick up his truck and drive it home. Complainant followed her husband in an attempt to keep him from driving intoxicated. While driving down the road, the complainant’s husband opened the passenger door and jumped out of the moving vehicle. The wife who was following close behind clipped her husband with the front of her vehicle. DPS was notified.

200 BLOCK OF CHURCH LANE – A verbal disturbance took place between husband and wife. The husband left the scene prior to arrival. The man was stopped by Bridgeport Police Department at Farm Road 1658 at Farm Road 2952. The man had an active parole warrant. He was arrested.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4792 – Complainant called and stated she was assaulted and kicked out of the residence. After further investigation, deputy determined the woman had bruising and swelling around her eyes. Deputy attempted to speak to the man, but he was highly intoxicated. He became irritable with the deputy. He claimed the woman assaulted him because he was attempting to make her leave. The man did have lacerations to his face from the woman scratching him. Both claimed the injuries were induced in self-defense. Both were arrested. After arriving at the jail, the man continued to be combative with the deputy and jail staff.

100 BLOCK OF DORFLINGER COURT – A woman advised her mother-in-law attempted to run her over with a vehicle. During the investigation, it was determined the mother-in-law did not try to run over the complainant with a vehicle. A witness to the incident was shown to be wanted out of Parker County Sheriff’s Office for multiple warrants and taken into custody. Complainant wanted the mother-in-law issued a criminal trespass warning.

100 BLOCK OF LANGE WAY – A man advised his sister slapped him on the neck, but he advised he was leaving and did not wish to pursue charges. Deputy met with the sister who advised she asked her adult brother to help out around the house, which caused the argument. Parties were separated for the night.

Friday, April 12, 2019

100 BLOCK OF DEER TRAIL – A woman advised her mother was making threats and she was scared. Complainant’s mother advised she did not make any threats, but advised she did not want her to come back to her house. Complainant’s mother was advised to file for eviction to remove her adult daughter from the residence.

FARM ROAD 718 AT OLD BASE – Vehicle was stopped for failure to stop at stop sign. Deputy detected an odor of marijuana. Deputy spoke to driver outside the vehicle and he removed a bag containing a small amount of marijuana from his pants pocket. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed another bottle containing marijuana remnants. A citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and no drivers license were issued to the driver.

200 BLOCK OF JENNINGS – A verbal disturbance took place between two intoxicated people. A sober person drove one of the intoxicated people back home to Saginaw.

PRIVATE ROAD 4425 – Complainant advised she worked for a trash service and was harassed by a customer’s neighbor for driving on “his” private road.

FARM ROAD 2048 – A man stated his Valero card had been used to purchase $150 worth of fuel. He stated that he didn’t want to file charges but rather document the incident for compensation by Valero for the theft.

6900 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2123 – Officers responded to a domestic physical in progress. Upon arrival, deputy made contact with the complainant who was in hysterics and was incoherent. Once medics arrived and helped her to calm down, deputies were able to determine the complainant had an argument with her landlord/employer while riding in her vehicle. During the argument, complainant was hit slightly on her forehead. Complainant showed no visible injuries. Complainant had her husband pick her up, and she agreed to remain separated from her employer.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

BOLING AT HUBBARD – A vehicle was stopped for failure to dim headlamps. Officer suspected the driver tossed out narcotics. Officer requested consent to search but was denied. A K9 was called out and a positive alert was made on the vehicle. Officer located three different prescription medications that didn’t belong to the driver, and a pipe used to smoke methamphetamine near the passenger. Thirty grams of methamphetamine was located where officer believed the narcotics were tossed out. Both came to jail.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 1732 – Complainant and a neighbor had an argument over a fence lock.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

6800 BLOCK OF EAST U.S. 380 – A woman said her ex came into her workplace telling her of a robbery at the above location involving weapons being pointed. Deputies arrived on scene to a vacant home.

500 BLOCK OF BERKE – Two self-propelled push lawnmowers were stolen.

100 BLOCK OF DEER TRAIL – A woman initially stated she was assaulted by her mother. The mother was gone upon officer’s arrival. After speaking with the complainant, it was determined the mother shoved her with her body to get out of the bedroom.

4600 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4227 – Caller reported a possible intoxicated driver who hit a mailbox across the street. The homeowner followed the driver and got her to return to the scene. A DPS trooper arrived to work the crash and placed the driver in custody for driving while intoxicated.

900 BLOCK OF CUBA ROAD – A woman stated her boyfriend came to her house and they got into a verbal argument. During the argument, the man took her kids and put them in his car and then came back into the house, grabbing her and causing her pain, and drug her out of the house and put her in the back seat of the car. The complainant stated he then took them to a house in Bridgeport where she was able to call 911.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

U.S. 81/287 AT COUNTY ROAD 1180 – A vehicle was stopped for driving in a passing lane. A consent search revealed a small amount of marijuana. Due to the amount and the person being from California and only passing through Wise County, a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia was issued.

500 BLOCK OF AURORA VISTA TRAIL – A woman advised an $8,500 Rolex watch was stolen from her home during her deceased husband’s memorial.

1000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3225 – Complaianant advised when he arrived home, he noticed he was missing tools and other belongings. After further investigation, the complainant contacted who he believed was the suspect. After the suspect was informed of an investigation being conducted, the suspect returned all items. Complainant declined charges.

300 BLOCK OF BRIAR OAKS LANE – A woman called 911 for a verbal disturbance, which led to a second woman calling for a physical disturbance. Upon investigation, a third woman was arrested for assaulting the first caller.

Monday, April 8, 2019

100 BLOCK OF MINNOW STREET – Deputies met with a mother and daughter arguing over the state of the house and spilt Kool-Aid. Deputies checked the home for others involved and/or property damaged. Nothing was discovered. Deputies advised the mother and daughter to cease their argument.

U.S. 81/287 AT COUNTY ROAD 4421 – A vehicle was stopped for failure to signal lane change. Contact was made with the driver who displayed several behavioral clues that criminal activity may be present. Deputy observed odor of marijuana. Driver admitted to “some marijuana in a compartment.” The vehicle was searched and marijuana was located in a natural void. The contraband was seized, and the driver was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4858 – A woman called 911 and advised the call was accidental. A deputy responded to the location to check on her welfare. Contact was made at the front door with a man who had blood on his face. He said he was the only occupant at the home. A woman was found hiding in the house, and drug paraphernalia was seen in plain view. A search warrant was obtained, and officers discovered less than 1 gram of methamphetamine and a bottle of prescription pills. Both parties were arrested.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 2381 – Complainant advised she made a $325 deposit to a local auction house for a 10-year-old horse. The complainant had a friend go to the address and look at the horse, which the friend advised was 30 years old. The complainant advised the owner refused to give a refund.

COUNTY ROAD 4280 – A man stated he was driving past a residence and a known person shined a light in his eyes and then fired a shot at his vehicle.

500 BLOCK OF STONEGATE DRIVE – A woman said she and her daughter got into a physical altercation. Upon deputy’s arrival, neither party wished to press charges and only one party had a minor scratch on her arm. Parties were separated for the night.

Sunday, April 7, 2019

U.S. 81/287 AT BONO’S – A vehicle was stopped for speeding. During the interview of the driver, he attempted to hide narcotics inside the deputy’s patrol car. Subsequently the driver was arrested.

1300 BLOCK OF EAST BYPASS 287 – Store manager caught two women stealing items before they left in a vehicle. Deputy found the vehicle at a house in Alvord and confronted one of the women, who admitted to stealing certain items from the store. She was found to have a Class A theft warrant from Decatur Police Department, but before the deputy informed her of the warrant, the deputy followed her back to the store to return the items and apologize to the manager. The deputy then took her to jail for the warrant. Deputy identified the other woman and spoke to her on the phone. The woman agreed to meet the deputy at the store and pay for/return the items she stole. She never arrived and will be filed on at large for Class C theft.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – Complainant reported being assaulted by her husband for the past two years. She advised she was severely beaten about six months ago but did not receive medical treatment until today. Complainant advised she has a fractured nose and brain bruising.

Saturday, April 6, 2019

1700 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2952 – Complainant reported the theft of a few thousand dollars worth of miscellaneous tools from the Burnco Quarry.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman reported someone withdrew a large amount of money from her bank account using a fraudulent check.

U.S. 380 AT RUNAWAY BAY – An off-duty deputy reported seeing a man assault a woman while driving down the road. The vehicle was stopped, and it was discovered the woman had been assaulted. The man came to jail for assault.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4858 – The pizza delivery person reported a disturbance at the address where they delivered pizza. A man was on scene breaking bottles and yelling. The man was found to be intoxicated and threatening people. He was arrested for public intoxication.

Friday, April 5, 2019

1700 BLOCK OF EAST TEXAS 114 – A man advised he was receiving text messages from an unknown person in regards to his girlfriend. Complainant also received a video of his girlfriend exiting Love’s in Rhome from the same person. He advised he was scared for his girlfriend’s safety.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 3206 – A neighbor called and advised they observed a white Ford Mustang parked at a house the sheriff’s office SWAT team had been at the day before. Upon arrival, deputy received consent to search the house. The other deputy on scene conducted a safety sweep and opened a door to a bedroom. Methamphetamine pipes were seen lying on a table in the room. After entering the room, a small clear bag containing methamphetamine and multiple drug paraphernalia were located in plain view. All illegal substances were seized.