Saturday, May 4, 2019

CENTRAL AVENUE – Deputy stopped a vehicle for no front license plate. The driver had a driving while license invalid with a previous conviction charge. The driver was arrested and the vehicle inventoried. Deputy located a clear glass cartridge containing THC. At that point, the driver claimed he had chest pains and requested medics. He was taken to Wise Health System where he was evaluated and released. Deputy took the man to jail.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4874 – A man advised his son entered his property without invitation and threatened him, causing fear.

COUNTY ROAD 2391 AT FOREST SERVICE ROAD 928 – During a traffic stop, a consent search was made and methamphetamine was located. The driver was arrested.

900 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 3171 – Complainant advised there is a family dispute going on over the land. Complainant advised someone damaged his tractor and messed with his fence. He also advised someone is taking his cattle out of his pasture and placing them into another. He advised he believes someone is shooting his cattle and have carcasses piled up on the property.

1800 BLOCK OF WEST TEXAS 114 – A woman advised she is three days late on rent. She stated the landlord shut off the power to the well house, causing her to have no water.

100 BLOCK OF DORFLINGER COURT – Complainant stated her son was criminally trespassing, and she did not want him on the property. The son was not found to have a current trespass warning. He was issued a criminal trespass warning and left the residence.

Friday, May 3, 2019

1600 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2224 – A woman reported someone dumped a couch and household items on her property.

300 BLOCK OF SCHOOL HOUSE ROAD – Complainant advised a reimbursement check was sent to the wrong address and subsequently cashed by a third party. It was determined the victim was the complainant’s 18-year-old daughter.

4100 BLOCK OF TEXAS 114 – A traffic stop was made and a person was arrested on multiple warrants out of the sheriff’s office and one out of Decatur PD.

300 BLOCK OF BIG SALTY – A man advised his soon-to-be ex-wife showed up causing a verbal argument again. The wife was issued a criminal trespass warning.

NRS ARENA – Complainant stated a man was found last night asleep in one of their trailers. He left when he was told but went to the arena grounds and slept all day, turning his truck on and off and not leaving. Upon arrival, a deputy found the man to be highly intoxicated.

2400 BLOCK OF COTTONDALE ROAD – A woman reported an unknown person was in her driveway, and the person became belligerent with her when she asked why he was there. The man was later located and found to be intoxicated. He was arrested for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3198 – A woman reported her son came back to the house and was banging on the back door to get in. She then reported her son broke the back door and gained access into the house. As deputies arrived, a screaming noise could be heard from outside the house. As deputies entered the house, the complainant’s husband was seen pulling their son off of his wife. The complainant stated her son had assaulted her and she wished to press charges.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4717 – Complainant advised she was assaulted by her husband. She wished to prosecute.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4511 – A woman advised she did not receive her money from the VA. She believed the account was compromised.

1200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4764 – Complainant told dispatch someone was possibly breaking into the residence by pushing a window AC unit in. After investigation, it was determined the complainant was a visitor to the residence. His friend who lives there possibly used a narcotic and began not making sense. The resident went outside and pushed the AC unit in. Complainant gathered his belongings and left.

ROGERS ROAD AT BURKE STREET – A traffic stop was made for the driver not wearing a seatbelt. The driver had a warrant for probation violation. He was taken into custody and the vehicle impounded. An inventory of the vehicle discovered a magnet container that was secured under the dash, which held methamphetamine and a smoking pipe.

4800 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2264 – A woman stated her business was entered using force and breaking the door jamb. She said nothing was taken.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman reported receiving a threatening letter from her brother regarding her sister being in custody in Abilene and possibly being a snitch.

500 BLOCK OF COYOTE TRAIL – A man reported an unknown driver threatened him after he told the driver to slow down.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 2643 – Complainant reported his neighbors possibly arrived at his home and took belongings out of his truck.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4856 – A man advised his ex-girlfriend made forced entry into his home, causing damage to his door frame.

3400 BLOCK OF U.S. 81/287 – Someone cut through a fence and stole a tractor from a dealership.

Monday, April 29, 2019

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1308 – A person had been living in a tent on the complainant’s property. Deputies arrived and issued the person a criminal trespass warning. He was advised not to return to the property.

TEXAS 114 AT FARM ROAD 3259 – Complainant advised a man was near the railroad tracks reading a book. The man was located and found to be intoxicated. He was placed in custody for public intoxication.

100 BLOCK OF ROCK SALT COURT – A woman advised when she returned home from work, she and her roommate had a verbal argument. During the altercation, the roommate’s mother walked into the room and placed her hand on her neck, causing pain. The complainant wanted to pursue charges.

700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1308 – Property owner found a camping tent containing a wallet with a Texas driver’s license in it. A new-in-box air conditioning unit was also found on the property near the tent. The wallet and AC unit were confiscated for safekeeping.

5800 BLOCK OF EAST TEXAS 114 – Complainants advised their shop was burglarized Saturday morning, and they found out Monday that several items were taken.

FARM ROAD 51 AT FARM ROAD 1204 – Multiple people reported a person stepping out into traffic. The person was detained and taken to the sheriff’s office, and MHMR was contacted for an evaluation. The man was later voluntarily transported to Wichita Falls by his mother.

Sunday, April 28, 2019

100 BLOCK OF NORTH STADIUM DRIVE – A man said a woman who has been living at his residence kicked in his back door.

5000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4010 – Complainant reported he and his stepfather were both intoxicated and fighting. After investigation, it was determined the complainant was the only one intoxicated and was the primary aggressor. The complainant was placed in custody.

6500 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2264 – A man advised he was assaulted by his visiting uncle. He wanted to file charges.

500 BLOCK OF ROGERS ROAD – A verbal disturbance took place between a man and woman over a disagreement about their landlord.

TEXAS 114 – A driver was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt and expired vehicle registration. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed a small amount of marijuana and 67 abuse units of LSD.

U.S. 81/287 AT KUBOTA – A tractor operator cut a barbed wire fence, allowing livestock to be released onto the roadway. The property owner did not wish to pursue criminal charges, but the incident was documented in case more properties are affected.

800 BLOCK OF EAST ROCK ISLAND – Complainant stated someone who had a minor accident with the complainant’s daughter in a shopping center parking lot is now threatening to kill them and continues to harass them.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

6000 BLOCK OF NORTH FARM ROAD 51 – A man advised his ex-girlfriend stole his truck. Prior to the deputy’s arrival, the ex-girlfriend returned to the residence. Complainant advised the vehicle was registered under his name, and the ex-girlfriend refused to give him possession of the vehicle. The ex-girlfriend stated she makes the car payments as well as the insurance. Both parties refused to separate for the remainder of the evening.

800 BLOCK OF CENTRAL – Someone removed the complainant’s car battery from his vehicle without permission.

U.S. 380 AT PRIVATE ROAD 4011 – A deputy stopped a vehicle for failure to signal intent. While speaking to the driver, the deputy noticed signs of deception, and the driver appeared nervous. A request to search the vehicle was denied. A K9 performed an open air sniff, and 1.5 ounces of marijuana and 72.9 ounces of THC edibles were discovered. The driver was arrested.

500 BLOCK OF STADIUM DRIVE – Deputies responded to a family disturbance. Complainant said her 40-year-old son was throwing a fit due to not being able to use the car. She advised she was scared of her son due to him being impaired on methamphetamine. He had left the scene, but deputies feared the person was a danger to himself and others and attempted to locate him. He was found at Alvord Express highly impaired on meth. He was arrested on a parole violation warrant out of Tarrant County.

200 BLOCK OF BRIDGEPORT COUNTRY CLUB ROAD – Complainant advised a man took his pickup without permission. The complainant was intoxicated and had called a friend to come pick him and his vehicle up. Parties were separated for the day.

BOYD POLICE DEPARTMENT – An iPhone was found at a park in Boyd and brought to the police department for safekeeping.

RAMHORN HILL ROAD – A cargo trailer had been located the day before. Dispatch attempted to contact the registered owner. The next day the owner called back to state her trailer had been stolen, and she was unaware. She was advised to make a theft report through Fort Worth Police Department.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

2400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2320 – A man called saying his father was kicking him out of the house without the proper eviction process. The man was extremely intoxicated and was the cause of the disturbance. He agreed to separate for the evening to sober up.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1301 – A woman advised her ex-husband came over and kicked in the door to her house. She said the man was upset because he was not awarded the house in the divorce settlement. Deputies made contact with the man and advised him to get a lawyer to appeal the court’s ruling and not to return to the address.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3585 – Complainant reported his utility trailer and a riding lawnmower was stolen from his back pasture sometime between Sunday and yesterday.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4385 – A man advised a trailer, welding machine, took box and tools were stolen from his property.

900 BLOCK OF NORTH FARM ROAD 51 – All units assisted Decatur Police with two missing teens. A K9 was called. After a short search, both teens were found.

900 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1304 – Complainant advised someone broke into the barn and RV located inside the barn.