Tuesday, March 24, 2015

800 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3592 – A person involved in a verbal disturbance with a neighbor was arrested for an outstanding warrant.

8400 BLOCK OF NORTH U.S. 81/287 – A man accused the store clerk of overcharging him. He was told to go home and check his account to see where the charge was.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1787 – A man wanted a trespass warning issued to his brother-in-law.

FARM ROAD 730 AT SOUTH BOYD CITY LIMITS – Officers received information about a possible drug delivery. The vehicle was stopped and meth was located. The driver came to jail.

SOUTH FARM ROAD 730 AT THE DECATUR CITY LIMITS – A female who walked away from a minor accident in Boyd was located. She was arrested for possession/use of inhalant device/volatile chemical.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1304 – A woman said her neighbor threatened to shoot her dog if her dog got loose again.

3700 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 1655 – A man reported a vehicle drove through his fence.

200 BLOCK OF STRAWBERRY LANE – A complainant reported a neighbor shot his goat.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTRY LIVING – A woman said her neighbors were driving recklessly.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

100 BLOCK OF CEDAR DRIVE – A man reported mail being taken from his mailbox.

200 BLOCK OF WN WOODY – A church bell was stolen.

500 BLOCK OF WEST STATE – A woman reported her dog was stolen on March 7.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3550 – A woman wanted her boyfriend removed from the property. Both had been drinking heavily. He was transported to a friend’s house a few miles away.

1200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1326 – A juvenile threw his 3-year-old nephew against the wall, then assaulted his sister and mother. He was transported to Denton County Juvenile Detention Center.

Monday, March 16, 2015

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4668 – A trailer was stolen.

100 BLOCK OF VISTA DRIVE – Items were stolen from a vehicle.

RHOME POLICE DEPARTMENT – Someone had fraudulently forwarded the complainant’s mail to another address.

200 BLOCK OF TIMBER TRAIL – A fraudulent tax return was filed under the complainant’s information.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

200 BLOCK OF MIMOSA DRIVE – A man said one of his ex-employees kept a company truck and would not return it. The truck was later recovered at the employee’s home.

300 BLOCK OF BRIGHTON OAKS – An iPod was stolen.

1200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1745 – A father reported his 15-year-old daughter was assaulted by another Chico High School student. He did not want to press charges.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4687 – Two females were arguing and tried to fight but were stopped by a male on the scene.

400 BLOCK OF MESA RIDGE – The complainant reported someone tried to steal a riding lawn mower. The mower was found down the hill, across the street, in neutral. It had dew all over it.

2700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3672 – Complainants reported trash dumped on their property. Those responsible were located and issued citations. Their parents made them clean up the trash.

500 BLOCK OF POST OAK – A woman said her husband said he was going to blow her face off. He then went to the gun cabinet. She grabbed her gun and ran outside and called 911. The husband was arrested.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman said her father kept saying he has a hit list of family members he’s going to kill. This took place in Alabama.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3798 – A woman said someone she knew flooded her house.

500 BLOCK OF CHISHOLM HILL DRIVE – A physical altercation took place between a boyfriend and girlfriend. He was gone by the time officers arrived. He then returned with his girlfriend’s ex. A disturbance occurred. The boyfriend was arrested on warrants. The others came to jail for disorderly conduct-fighting.

200 BLOCK OF LATHAM LANE – A hit and run was reported. The driver lied to deputies and a trooper about what happened. He and two other people were arrested for making a false report.

1600 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1270 – A physical altercation took place between a husband and wife. She declined charges. He was arrested for public intoxication.