Wednesday, December 13, 2017

1700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3555 – Complainant stated the neighbor’s music was too loud. Complainant advised words were exchanged between the two parties. Property owner advised she wanted the neighbors issued criminal trespass warnings.

1400 BLOCK OF ROGERS ROAD – Two adult brothers were arguing over the use of their mother’s vehicle. Both parties were separated for the night.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

100 BLOCK OF NORTH FARM ROAD 730 – A man kicked in the caller’s front door. He was found a block away and arrested for criminal mischief and a felony warrant.

OLD DECATUR ROAD – Complainant said someone caused approximately $1,000 worth of damage to a pump jack.

1800 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2360 – An electronic box on an automatic gate was stolen.

MCMASTER NEW HOLLAND – A known person purchased $2,300 worth of equipment with a fraudulent check.

100 BLOCK OF MINNOW STREET – A woman stated her son and his girlfriend were being disrespectful while discussing plans for their child. The son and girlfriend left the residence for the night, and all agreed to make contact at a later date.

Monday, December 11, 2017

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1550 – A woman reported her estranged husband came to the residence causing a disturbance.

FARM ROAD 2264 AT COUNTY ROAD 4530 – A traffic stop turned into a short pursuit. The driver was arrested for driving while license invalid with previous conviction.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4873 – Complainant reported a known person used her credit card to make several online purchases.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – Complainant stated an unknown person had his mail forwarded and has attempted to obtain Social Security benefits in his name. He is also missing a check that should have been mailed to him.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

200 BLOCK OF STONEGATE – A verbal disturbance took place between mother and son over living arrangements. The son was given a courtesy ride to Springtown.

1600 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4764 – A grass fire started due to illegal burning.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – Complainant said a suspected known person sent threatening messages from another known person’s cell phone. Complainant said he was in fear of serious bodily injury.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1639 – A woman said she was in a verbal dispute with a neighbor after checking to see if an incident had occurred. Complainant wished to have a report made because she was in fear for her life and would “use her gun to protect herself.”

Saturday, December 9, 2017

5500 BLOCK OF NORTH U.S. 81/287 – A man said he had a verbal altercation with his stepson earlier in the day. He said he believes his stepson was attempting to steal the horses, but he does not have proof. He wanted the incident documented, and he would have a criminal trespass issued the next time he had an issue with his stepson.

300 BLOCK OF WEST RIDGE – The driver of a vehicle eluded a deputy on U.S. 380 and turned into Holly Ridge. The vehicle was seen parked in a driveway unoccupied and running. The homeowner motioned in the direction of where she heard the driver run into the back pasture. After a complete search of the area, the driver was not found.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – Complainant said unknown people retrieved his cell phone number and are now “spoofing” people.

200 BLOCK OF DONNEL – A woman said her ex-boyfriend’s family came over to get his property. She said once they tried to take property that wasn’t his, she asked them to leave and they refused. She wanted criminal trespasses issued to the ex-boyfriend’s parents. In turn, the parents had a criminal trespass issued for the complainant. All trespass warnings were issued, and parties separated.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1550 – Complainant stated she and her husband were arguing. She said during the argument, her husband destroyed her insulin. She said she would like them to separate for the night. The two were separated for the night.

SALT CREEK FIRE DEPARTMENT – An unknown man entered the fire hall while the firefighters were on a call. Nothing appeared missing or disturbed.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman reported someone she knows is harassing her by calling the sheriff’s office for unwarranted child welfare concerns.

Friday, December 8, 2017

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman left her vehicle on U.S. Business 81/287 in Alvord after it broke down. When she went to retrieve the vehicle, it was gone.

COUNTY ROAD 2391 – Complainant arrived in town and wanted a deputy to be there when he opened a storage container that had been broken into. The complainant stated nothing appeared to be missing, but a few items outside the container had been taken.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4847 – Complainant’s unoccupied house was broken into and items removed without permission.

U.S. 81/287 AT COUNTY ROAD 4228 – A traffic stop was initiated for failure to signal lane change. The deputy smelled alcohol emanating from the vehicle, and the driver did not know where he was. The driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3383 – A man stated his cousin was highly intoxicated and began causing a disturbance for an unknown reason. He stated his intoxicated cousin broke the window and cut her hand. The cousin requested medics and was taken to Wise Health System.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

U.S. 81/287 AT COUNTY ROAD 4421 – A deputy stopped a vehicle due to it being shown to be stolen. The driver was arrested for driving while license invalid with previous convictions. It was determined the vehicle did not have a VIN plate.

COUNTY ROAD 2391 – A man said his stepdaughter called stating items had been taken from a storage container on his property. The complainant was out of town and has the only key to the container. He will have the deputy on scene when he opens the container to see if items have been taken.

Monday, December 4, 2017

2500 BLOCK OF EAST TEXAS 114 – A man advised he was accused of taking photographs of the neighbor’s wife. During the investigation it was determined it was a misunderstanding between neighbors. Parties were separated for the evening.

800 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1326 – Complainant called about a suspicious vehicle parked at Pleasant View Baptist Church. Upon arrival, the deputy could smell burnt marijuana emanating from the vehicle. The deputy conducted a consent search and was unable to locate any contraband. The vehicle was impounded due to the restrictions on his driver’s license. The juvenile was taken home by the deputy.

1800 BLOCK OF TEXAS 114 – A man reported three of his chainsaws were stolen from his vehicle sometime during the overnight hours.

1800 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2048 – The complainant reported arguing with a woman over a truck. The woman left in the truck they were arguing about prior to the deputy’s arrival.

400 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2048 – A stripped down vehicle was located on the property and impounded due to it possibly being stolen.