Monday, November 20, 2017

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4596 – A verbal disturbance took place between spouses. The husband left for the evening.

CACTUS JACK RANCH – A game camera was reported stolen.

200 BLOCK OF CHEYENNE TRAIL – A man reported his neighbor shot his dog.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 3228 – A man stated someone entered his vehicle causing damage to the driver’s side door. Once inside, the person removed a $20 bill.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

1000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1653 – A woman advised her vehicle broke down, and when she returned, all four tires were taken and her vehicle was on the ground.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4901 – A woman stated her ex entered the house, ate food, took a shower and slept while she was away. She had a protective order, but it has since expired and he is still on the lease.

200 BLOCK OF JENNINGS – A deputy assisted Rhome Police on a warrant service in Boyd. Narcotics were located in plain view by Rhome PD.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

FARM ROAD 730 AT COUNTY ROAD 4360 – A stolen bumper pull generator was found on the side of the road. It was stolen out of Gregg County. The item was taken to the impound.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3481 – A man reported his intoxicated son was at his home and attempted to kick in his back door. Upon the deputy’s arrival, the person was located in the front yard and placed under arrest for public intoxication. While escorting the person to jail, the man attempted to pull away from the deputy and was placed on the ground until compliance was obtained.

200 BLOCK OF KILLOUGH STREET – A woman said the ex-girlfriend of her ex-boyfriend (the two have been separated for more than two years) continues to harass her, though she has told her to stop several times.

Friday, November 17, 2017

500 BLOCK OF VALLEY RIDGE – A woman reported her horse was shot twice in the leg by an unknown person.

U.S. 81/287 AT FARM ROAD 730 – A traffic stop resulted in the driver being arrested for driving while intoxicated.

100 BLOCK OF NORTH STADIUM DRIVE – A man said he was contacted through Facebook by several women who requested his bank account information. He said he provided the bank information and received a $1,900 deposit. The man said after the deposit, his bank account was closed by his bank for suspicious activity. He further advised he received a fraudulent check through FedEx for $4,875.45.

100 BLOCK OF NORTH STADIUM DRIVE – While the officer was on the scene at the above fraud case, the man told the deputy he had multiple firearms inside his home and further stated he was currently on parole. The man voluntarily turned the firearms over, which were collected and tagged into evidence. No arrest was made at this time pending investigation.

500 BLOCK OF MAIN – A woman was stopped on a bike for a felony warrant. Due to medical reasons, the woman was later released from custody and transported to the hospital.

400 BLOCK OF SANDY BASS – A management company found a locked, empty shed damaged.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 1698 – Complainant reported multiple windows in a vehicle were broken and the front porch gate was damaged.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4854 – The complainant said a vehicle was on fire near homes. The person who intentionally set his vehicle on fire was found and arrested for violation of emergency protective order. The fire marshal arrived to investigate the arson.

100 BLOCK OF GLIDER BASE LANE – A man said his neighbor shot his dog. During the investigation it was determined the dog was chasing livestock on the neighbor’s property.

1800 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1591 – A woman reported she had received a call from a third party stating an unknown person damaged her gate again.

100 BLOCK OF LAGUNA VISTA – Complainant reported a known person stole a shotgun, cash, credit cards and a dog while the person resided with the complainant.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

4500 BLOCK OF SOUTH FARM ROAD 51 – A suspicious vehicle call resulted in a narcotics arrest.

100 BLOCK OF CHEROKEE TRAIL – A man advised a vehicle was in front of his property. When the driver was confronted by the complainant, the driver became irate, made threatening gestures toward him and verbal threats before driving away at a high rate of speed. While questioning the driver at his property, he refused to identify himself. Deputies attempted to detain the person, but he resisted. The man was placed on the ground and while attempting to handcuff him, the man attempted to take a deputy’s weapon. The deputy deployed a Taser successfully. The person was arrested for terroristic threat toward a public servant, resisting arrest and attempting to take an officer’s weapon.

Monday, November 13, 2017

600 BLOCK OF GREENWOOD – A woman said her ex-husband has been harassing her through text messages and phone calls.

4200 BLOCK OF NORTH TEXAS 101 – A man said his 2003 Dodge Ram was stolen from his property.

WISE HEALTH SYSTEM – Complainant was assaulted by an unknown man during a road rage incident.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4441 – A man said he traded a riding lawnmower for a motorcycle with a person from a Craigslist ad. The complainant stated he wanted to run the VIN to see if it came back reported stolen. He found out the motorcycle was stolen out of Collin County.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

700 BLOCK OF WEST FRANKLIN – A woman stated her ex-boyfriend came over unannounced. A verbal altercation took place. She said he swung at her but did not hit her.

100 BLOCK OF NORTH TRAPPIER – Complainant said an unknown person attempted to enter the Alvord Fire Department between the hours of 1:30 a.m. Nov. 11 and 4:44 p.m. Nov. 12. Complainant said the lock was damaged, but it appeared they did not get inside.

100 BLOCK OF MORTON COURT – A woman said someone she knows slashed her rear tires.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

200 BLOCK OF DONNEL STREET – A man stated several items were taken out of his carport sometime between noon and 6 p.m.

HAVEN COURT – Contact was made with two people in a vehicle. The driver was arrested for an active warrant. The passenger was arrested for possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram.

300 BLOCK OF CONESTOGA TRAIL – A woman advised her husband became jealous of one of her friends at a party they were attending. The husband would not allow her to leave and pushed her. The husband took the complainant’s purse and cell phone and left the area prior to deputies’ arrival. The husband was later located and arrested for driving while intoxicated.

LOWE’S MARKETPLACE IN BOYD – The complainant, who was walking down the road in front of the store, noticed the drink machine in front of the store was damaged.

FARM ROAD 2123 AT COUNTY ROAD 3550 – DPS responded to an accident and requested a deputy to respond regarding a possible domestic disturbance. It was discovered the disturbance was not a factor in the accident.

100 BLOCK OF DEBORAH DRIVE – A woman reported her ex-boyfriend arrived on her property and began threatening her and her boyfriend. The ex-boyfriend is on parole for possession of controlled substance and stalking. In fear for the girlfriend, the boyfriend swung a crow bar at the ex-boyfriend, striking him in the head. The ex-boyfriend was placed under arrest for stalking with a previous conviction.