Monday, November 5, 2018

FARM ROAD 1810 AT TEXAS 101 – Dispatch received two 911 calls in regards to reckless driving from both of the parties involved. One person involved stated a firearm was brandished, while the other stated a vehicle was used as a deadly weapon in an attempt to run him off the road. Both parties declined charges.

200 BLOCK OF STRAWBERRY LANE – A woman advised her ex-husband is driving by her home and calling her and her family members.

1000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4790 – A couple was arguing over possible cheating and the man held a gun to the woman’s head and kept her from calling 911.

800 BLOCK OF ACORN – A man received an alarm call at 3:30 a.m. He later discovered he was missing a chainsaw.

2000 BLOCK OF PRESKITT ROAD – Complainant advised two saddles were stolen from his barn.

100 BLOCK OF LONE TRAIL – A man said someone he knew removed items from his residence without permission. The same person then entered his vehicle and removed work items without permission.

Saturday, November 3, 2018

NRS STORE – Complainant reported a woman used a backpack to shoplift before fleeing in a vehicle.

FARM ROAD 407 – A reckless driver was located and found to be intoxicated. The driver was arrested by DPS.

COUNTY ROAD 1774 – Complainant reported the music is just as loud as before in reference to an earlier incident. The person was issued a citation.

Monday, October 29, 2018

1300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4380 – A woman reported being scared of her husband due to his anger issues. Complainant wished to have the incident documented.

5600 BLOCK OF NORTH U.S. 81/287 – A man reported his business was broken into sometime during the weekend.

5800 BLOCK OF NORTH U.S. 81/287 – Complainant reported finding a trailer broken into. Nothing was missing.

1400 BLOCK OF CATES STREET – A woman reported her adult brother has been missing since Oct. 14. The brother was entered as a missing person.

1100 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2952 – A vehicle containing scrap wire was located on Hanson property. The owner was located and found the suspect had stolen the wire. He came to jail.

FS 920 – Complainant advised a man was driving recklessly behind her, sped up, passed her and stopped immediately in the roadway, causing her to stop in the roadway. The complainant moved around him and pulled over. The man pulled up behind her, walked up to the car and began yelling. The complainant stepped out of her vehicle and the man grabbed her arm and twisted it.

LAKE BRIDGEPORT CITY HALL – A man claimed the code officer was harassing him over changes to a fence he was building on his property. The complainant was advised this was a civil issue between him and the city. The mayor arrived and the complainant continued to argue until told to leave.

900 BLOCK OF WEST BYPASS U.S. 81/287 – A backhoe, a white Chevy truck and a flatbed trailer were stolen. The backhoe was recovered.

1700 BLOCK OF ROGERS – Complainant reported a known person took batteries and fishing equipment.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

400 BLOCK OF DENVER STREET – Deputy served a warrant on a man for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The man evaded arrest and was located hiding in the home. Two others in the home came to jail for hindering apprehension of a known felon.

300 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 920 – After conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle for speeding, probable cause was developed. During the search, alcohol was located (subject was 18), and several individual packaged bags of marijuana, which were consistent with narcotic sales were located in the backseat area. After reading Miranda rights to the man, he admitted he was delivering the marijuana and alcohol to a party nearby.

FARM ROAD 2123 AT COUNTY ROAD 3336 – A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle for an obscured license plate. Consent to search the vehicle was denied, and a K9 was deployed. After a positive alert, a probable cause search ensued. During the search, marijuana was located. However, due to high call volume, the person was released and issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

FARM ROAD 51 AT COUNTY ROAD 2225 – Complainant reported being assaulted by his spouse while driving. The spouse came to jail for assault family violence.

200 BLOCK OF BUCHANAN ROAD – Complainant advised the suspicious vehicle she has been reporting for the previous few weeks was actively sitting in the street in front of her residence. Once in the area, the complainant advised the suspicious vehicle had left seconds prior to officer’s arrival. A short time later, the officer caught up to the vehicle and conducted a reasonable suspicion stop. The driver was later arrested.

U.S. 81/287 AT NRS – Deputy assisted DPS with a K9 deployment that resulted in a positive alert and the discovery of 160 grams of THC.

100 BLOCK OF CIGMO COURT – A man reported his bee hive was destroyed in the past two weeks. It was torn apart and shot with a BB gun.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4687 – A person called 911 from a verbal disturbance and hung up. Deputies determined the adult complainant’s mother was angry at her for leaving a mess in the kitchen. Parties were separated for the day.

FARM ROAD 920 AT COUNTY ROAD 3410 – A third party caller reported a man throwing a woman down in a ditch on FM 920. Upon deputy’s arrival, both parties denied any physical altercation.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1667 – A woman reported seeing a black Dodge pickup drive away after damaging her gate and fence.