Sunday, March 4, 2018

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 1175 – A man reported an unknown woman arrived at his trailer and appeared to be crying. She was placed into custody for public intoxication.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4877 – A woman reported she and her husband were arguing over her whereabouts the previous night.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4845 – Complainant reported a possible known person damaged the front door of his home.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1550 – A verbal disturbance took place over the complainant not wanting his stepson’s dog on the property.

BOYD DOLLAR GENERAL – A man said an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle and removed several items.

Friday, March 2, 2018

100 BLOCK OF HIGH RIDGE COURT – A naked man high on acid was seen running around the backyard of a home. The man was Tased and arrested for resisting arrest and public intoxication.

NO ADDRESS GIVEN – Complainant stated his ex-wife came by the residence and wanted his dog.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1886 – Complainant advised she was house-sitting for a friend. The friend’s ex-girlfriend came to the residence and caused damage.

FARM ROAD 407 AT MONTANA COURT – Deputy veered off the roadway to avoid a head-on collision with a vehicle that crossed into her lane. The vehicle struck the driver’s side mirror of the deputy’s vehicle, causing minor damage. The driver was arrested by DPS for driving while intoxicated.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4899 – A man became intoxicated and caused a disturbance inside his home with family members present. No offense occurred, and the man agreed to leave for the night.

100 BLOCK OF GREENWOOD ROAD – Complainant said a man entered his home without consent the previous night.

100 BLOCK OF MOCKINGBIRD – A woman found items behind her shed that did not belong to her. The items had been there for a while.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

U.S. 81/287 AT KARL KLEMENT FORD – A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of the driver for possession of a controlled substance 4-400 grams, possession of marijuana 2-4 ounces and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1100 – A woman stated charges had been made on her Amazon Prime account. The complainant canceled the card and her bank is refunding the money.

CHICO DONUT STORE – A passer-by stated a couple appeared to be having an argument and wanted deputies to make scene. The deputies determined it was a verbal argument over family issues.

8300 BLOCK OF SOUTH FARM ROAD 730 – Complainant stated 90 hydrocodone were taken from her purse. She advised she did not know if they were stolen or lost.

300 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4721 – A third party caller stated a verbal disturbance took place between the complainant’s daughter and her ex-boyfriend. The man consented to a search of his vehicle where a loaded revolver was located. The man was a convicted felon and was arrested.

Monday, February 26, 2018

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4380 – A verbal disturbance between adult sisters over a power of attorney. Both parties agreed to separate for the evening.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1326 – Complainant reported a vehicle was parked behind his home. It was discovered the vehicle was stuck as the driver was confused on his location. Both parties agreed on terms to get the vehicle off the property.

6400 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 920 – A man advised someone was trying to steal horses. He said he was assaulted by one of the suspects. It was determined the issue was a civil matter. The other man advised he and his friend were assaulted by the complainant. Neither party wished to prosecute.

400 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 718 – The complainant was assaulted by a co-worker and wished to press charges.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

1400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3672 – A man said someone put sand in his diesel fuel pump and fuel tank on his tractor. Complainant believes one of his neighbors did it.

500 BLOCK OF SHADY OAKS DRIVE – Complainant advised the shed on his property where he is building a house were stolen sometime within the past two weeks.

300 BLOCK OF BRIAR OAKS LANE – A man reported his father-in-law assaulted him. The father-in-law was cited for assault by contact and the parties were separated for the evening.

17600 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 455 – A woman reported that her brother-in-law’s girlfriend stole some batteries from the land behind her home. Contact was made with the owner, who confirmed batteries had been stolen.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4890 – Complainant reported her live-in boyfriend threatened to shoot her and her family.

FARM ROAD 1658 AND PRIVATE ROAD 1514 – Complainant reported an intoxicated female was walking in the middle of the roadway. The woman was placed into custody for public intoxication.

200 BLOCK OF MARSHAL – A woman called 911 several times throughout the night without an emergency. On the final call, the woman stated she called because the other inhabitant came home. The woman was arrested for abuse of 911.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

NO LOCATION GIVEN – A woman trespassed and attempted to run over her ex-boyfriend with a vehicle. Methamphetamine was located on her person. She was charged with criminal trespass, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram.

9900 BLOCK OF TEXAS 199 – Complainant stated multiple storage units were broken into.

100 BLOCK OF WILSON – A woman reported that an unknown person broke into her home and stole items.

Friday, February 23, 2018

SLIDELL PARK – Complainant caught a man who damaged a wheat field. The suspect fled and left the 4-wheeler he was operating at the scene. The 4-wheeler was found to be stolen. The suspect was located and numerous statements and interviews were taken.

500 BLOCK OF WICKHAM – While on the scene of a verbal disturbance, a man threatened his brother with physical harm. He was arrested for assault.

100 BLOCK OF NORTH DAVIS – A woman said the renters she had evicted stole multiple items out of the house after they had moved out.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4781 – A man was arrested on Wise County felony warrants and a woman was arrested for violating a protective order.