Wednesday, February 27, 2019

WELLS FARGO IN RHOME – Deputy was dispatched to assist Decatur Police Department in locating a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was located at Wells Fargo with two juvenile passengers inside. The deputy smelled the odor of marijuana, leading to a search of the vehicle. Shake was located and confiscated. A citation was issued. The juveniles were transported to Decatur PD for processing.

200 BLOCK OF CUNDIFF-CRAFTON ROAD – A suspect was found intoxicated and on pills.

200 BLOCK OF SINGING MEADOWS LANE – A woman stated someone she knew took a necklace and bracelet from her in January. She did not know of it missing until today.

ROCK ISLAND RV PARK – Complainant stated a man was highly intoxicated and driving his vehicle around the park. The person was given a chance to wait for his daughter to get him, but he became aggressive. The person resisted deputies, and a Taser was deployed. The man was arrested for public intoxication.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

1700 BLOCK OF NORTH TEXAS 101 – A woman advised she came home to find her home had been burglarized. Several items were taken.

300 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4215 – A man advised his landlord made threats to assault him. The landlord would not answer the door, so a citation for assault by threat was mailed.

200 BLOCK OF VISTA RIDGE – Complainant has been receiving harassing and derogatory messages.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4845 – Complainant was assaulted by a woman at the home for unknown reasons. After investigation, it was determined the complainant entered the home and refused to leave after being demanded to do so by the homeowner. The complainant incurred her injuries while exiting the home.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – Deputy observed a vehicle in the visitor parking area that was parked across three lanes of parking. Jail staff advised the vehicle had been there most of the night, and dispatch advised no contact was made with them from the possible owner. The vehicle was towed.

3800 BLOCK OF EAST TEXAS 114 – Deputy recovered found property, which the complainant advised possibly fell off a truck. The items included a metal box containing metal gas cartridges. Property was submitted to the evidence locker for safekeeping, and a voicemail was left with the possible owner who was identified by shipping documents within the container.

Monday, February 25, 2019

300 BLOCK OF WEATHERFORD STREET – Complainant believed someone knocked over multiple headstones in the cemetery. After investigation, the deputy believed they fell due to soil erosion.

U.S. 81/287 AT FARM ROAD 1810 – A traffic stop was initiated for failure to signal lane change. After investigation, deputy gained probable cause to search the vehicle. The search yielded 0.82 grams of methamphetamine. The driver was arrested and the passenger was released from the scene with a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

200 BLOCK OF JOY TRAIL – Complainant advised his truck was left unlocked outside his residence, and an unknown person entered it and stole his wallet.

200 BLOCK OF CUBA ROAD – A man said an unknown person entered his property and stole his dirt bike, which was left unsecured in an open carport.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3525 – Complainant advised someone stole his dirt bike, which was left unsecured outside of his RV overnight.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3388 – A woman called 911 stating her husband head-butted her, and she was hiding in her bedroom. Upon arriving on scene, it was determined both parties were involved in physical abuse on this day. Complainant had marks around her neck from being choked and stated it caused her pain. Upon field interview, deputies were unable to determine the primary aggressor and both parties were placed in custody.

100 BLOCK OF PONDVIEW LANE – A complainant reported an abandoned vehicle was blocking her mailbox and a lane of traffic. The vehicle was towed.

800 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3225 – A man reported accidentally discharging his weapon and injuring his foot.

NRS – A pair of boots was reported stolen.

300 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4215 – Complainant advised she was assaulted by her father. It was determined the assault was mutual combat.

PINE AT WASHINGTON – Deputy initiated a traffic stop for failing to stop at a stop sign, and the vehicle failed to yield. The vehicle had been reported stolen out of Bowie Police Department. During the pursuit, deputy was involved in a crash causing significant damage to her patrol vehicle. The suspect vehicle was unable to be located.

Sunday, February 24, 2019

U.S. 81/287 AT COUNTY ROAD 2202 – A traffic stop was made for a traffic offense. After checking the occupants for warrants, it was discovered the registered owner was wanted. She came to jail.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4680 – A person was riding his dirt bike and saw a small pistol wrapped in a red shirt.

NO ADDRESS GIVEN – A person was following a truck pulling a trailer he observed dumping trash transferred from Parker County. The dumping was referred back to Parker County, and the trailer was impounded due to not having a license plate, taillights or VIN number.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

ALVORD FEED STORE – A man said a black Ford Focus had attempted to run him over. The complainant stated he hid in the bushes while the car drove around looking for him.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4358 – Caller stated a white Ford pickup and white work van pulled into her driveway, and when she turned on the lights, they took off. After searching the area, both vehicles were located down the street in the 100 block of Private Road 4474. An odor of marijuana was emitting from the van. A search was conducted and one hypodermic syringe with a clear substance and a clear bag with a crystal substance were located in the center console. Both parties claimed it was each other’s, and both were arrested.

18500 BLOCK OF DOUBLE TREE – A person who had several warrants for his arrest was located and taken into custody.

FARM ROAD 51 AND FARM ROAD 1204 – A person involved in a rolling disturbance was later located and found to have a warrant and in possession of marijuana.

Friday, February 22, 2019

500 BLOCK OF BERKE STREET – Complainant reported an unknown actor opened the door to his truck. The complainant noticed the truck was rummaged through, but nothing was stolen.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 1313 – Deputies received information that a known person would be at the address. Upon arriving, a woman opened the door and gave permission to search for the person. While searching, hypodermic needles and clear baggies with a crystal substance were located, along with a silver spoon containing a crystal substance. A search warrant was issued. The woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4657 – A man advised multiple items were missing from a home he was renting to friends. The complainant also advised all electrical wiring to the house had been cut and taken.

COUNTY ROAD 3552 AT FARM ROAD 2123 – Complainant arrived back at the job site he was surveying and discovered his surveying equipment was missing.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1791 – Complainant advised $16,000 was stolen in the past three weeks. Evidence was taken for lab processing.

3100 BLOCK OF FAMILY DRIVE – Deputy assisted Boyd Police Department with a warrant service and identified a man with multiple Wise County Sheriff’s Office warrants.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1661 – Complainant reported being deceived out of $6,000.

FARM ROAD 3433 AT FARM ROAD 718 – A vehicle was stopped for equipment violation. Neither occupant was an eligible driver, and the vehicle was towed. A woman was later arrested for resisting arrest following a brief incident with the deputy where she attempted to pull away from the deputy and get back into her car to avoid it being towed or to attempt to drive away.

400 BLOCK OF HILLTOP – A man stated he received unwanted texts. It was a possible scam for money.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4849 – Roommates were involved in a dispute over a blanket. The complainant advised she wanted the roommate to leave her residence. Complainant was advised she would need to file for eviction.

4800 BLOCK OF EAST TEXAS 114 – A traffic stop was made for a vehicle violation. Contact was made with the driver, and the deputy observed the odor of marijuana. The driver stated there was marijuana shake in the vehicle. A probable cause search of vehicle discovered 32 grams of marijuana and 5.5 grams of THC wax. The driver was arrested.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

200 BLOCK OF PRAIRIE LANE – Complainant advised his car had been vandalized by someone he knew.

COUNTY ROAD 4679 – A woman advised she heard a knock on the door. No one was there when she checked, but she believed it to be her boyfriend’s wife. Further investigation found this to be true. The husband wanted the incident documented for court purposes.

200 BLOCK OF SOUTH ONEILL – Complainant stated someone is squatting in their residence that is currently unoccupied. Someone is getting into the residence through a window with an A/C window unit on the back side of the house. Nothing is being taken, they just don’t want anyone going into the residence. They are trying to sell it. The home was placed on extra patrol.

Monday, February 18, 2019

700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1749 – Complainant stated that a man was shooting at her. It was found the man was intoxicated and had a BB gun and did not shoot at the caller.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4794 – Information was given that a known person with a warrant was at the residence. After arrival and search of the residence, the person was not found. However a woman at the residence was found to have a warrant out of Johnson County and was placed under arrest.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4003 – Complainant advised her daughter’s ex-boyfriend and his wife arrived on her property and engaged in a verbal argument. The complainant wanted them to be issued a criminal trespass warning.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4851 – A woman advised a vehicle was parked in her driveway. The vehicle was reported stolen out of Fort Worth Police Department. The driver was arrested.

MCMASTER NEW HOLLAND – Complainant reported a customer purchased more than $10,000 worth of equipment but later canceled the check payment while keeping the equipment.