Monday, March 18, 2019

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4599 – A woman advised she found a bullet hole and bullet in her vehicle. She did not know who shot her vehicle and believed it was done accidentally.

10800 BLOCK OF TEXAS 199 – Complainant stated she and her son had gotten into a verbal altercation over living arrangements, and he had taken the truck they both use and went to Springtown. Both parties had been drinking, and the son ripped the license plate off the vehicle before he left.

500 BLOCK OF BERKE STREET – A woman reported someone she knew stole jewelry from her residence.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

200 BLOCK OF GOODNIGHT TRAIL – A woman advised her neighbors were shooting guns toward her residence. She said she found a hole in her pool and feed shed. A bullet was recovered by the deputy.

700 BLOCK OF WEST FRANKLIN STREET – Complainant reported her boyfriend showed up at her house intoxicated and began an argument. During the argument the man began to break things in the living room and threw a car jack into the front windshield of the woman’s car, breaking the window. The man was arrested.

100 BLOCK OF BLACK OAK LANE – A man advised his basketball goal was stolen in February. He located who took it. Deputy met with the family of the suspect, who advised the basketball goal would be returned.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3555 – Complainant said his ex-girlfriend stole his smoker and damaged a zero-turn mower. After investigation, it was determined the smoker belonged to the complainant’s father, and the mower actually belonged to a neighbor.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

STATE AND CRANE STREETS – A deputy made a traffic stop on a vehicle for displaying an expired vehicle registration. The driver gave a name and date of birth during initial field interview and consented to a search of the vehicle. Deputy located a wallet with an ID card with a photo matching the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle. The driver admitted to lying about his identity because he was on probation. The deputy attempted to place handcuffs on the man and there was a short struggle. The suspect was finally secured in the rear of the patrol car. Following the struggle, the suspect was missing a shoe. The suspect’s missing shoe, along with a methamphetamine smoking pipe, had gotten kicked under the patrol car. The evidence was secured. The white crystal substance within the pipe was submitted to evidence, and the pipe was sent to CSI for fingerprints.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2175 – Complainant advised she was an online merchant for Mary Kay, and someone had contacted her via email to purchase products. A check for $1,940 was sent to her for $300 worth of product, and the unknown person wanted her to send back a check for the difference. Online research was done on the email used, and many claims were made that it was involved in scamming online merchants. The complainant stated she had not yet sent any product and did not suffer any loss.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman wished to file a report about a verbal altercation with her husband where he broke her phone and threatened her. She wished it documented because she fears for her safety.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4428 – Complainant advised someone had dug ruts on his property while riding an ATV.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1695 – A woman advised her sister came to her residence and began cussing at her. Complainant advised she wanted her sister removed from her home. Deputy met with the sister who advised the complainant pushed her and wanted to press charges. A criminal trespass warning was issued to the sister and a citation was issued to the complainant for simple assault.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4853 – A woman called 911 stating she needed law enforcement and hung up. Upon arrival, the man had left the scene. The woman said the man threw her on the bed and punched the television. The man was located and stated no assault occurred. A third-party witness stated the woman was assaulting the man. The man and woman appeared to be intoxicated. The man voluntarily went to the neighbor’s residence for the night.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4853 – The woman from the previous call called back and said the man returned to the residence, threatened her and left in a vehicle. The man was located back at the neighbor’s residence and was placed into custody for public intoxication.

TEXAS 114 AT COUNTY ROAD 3330 – Officer made contact with person who was asleep in the driver’s seat. The person was found to have a warrant out of Wichita County Sheriff’s Office. Upon inventory of the vehicle, a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine was located. The paraphernalia was confiscated to be destroyed, and a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia was issued.

Friday, March 15, 2019

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 1309 – Complainant advised an unknown person entered her residence, and she found drugs on the floor. Deputy arrived on the scene and determined the suspected drugs turned out to be drywall material from a remodel.

U.S. 81/287 AT COUNTY ROAD 1160 – A traffic stop was made for traveling in the left lane and not passing. The driver consented to a search of the vehicle. Officer discovered a clear zippered bag containing less than 2 ounces of marijuana, a smoking pipe and a rolled marijuana cigarette. Deputy seized the contraband and cited the driver for possession of drug paraphernalia.

100 BLOCK OF ILLINOIS – A woman reported a man exposed his genitals to her for the third time this month. Video and statements were collected.

U.S. 81/287 AT PIONEER – Deputies were called to a reckless driver/possible rolling disturbance. DPS was first on the scene and suspected the driver was driving while intoxicated. A man was arrested.

200 BLOCK OF LATHAM LANE – Complainant noticed her neighbor’s door was open and appeared to be kicked in. Neighbor believes it could have been the owner’s boyfriend/ex-husband. Contact was made with the homeowner and she stated that she no longer lives in the home, but she still owned it.

3100 BLOCK OF NORTH U.S. 81/287 – A man advised he found drugs on the floor in the bathroom. Deputy collected the substance and placed it in a bag for destruction.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1637 – Complainant stated a person he knows drove by his home cussing and flipping him off. The complainant stated the actor then went home, grabbed a firearm and discharged two rounds. Then he walked to the roadway and yelled “this is for you.” Contact was made with the man who stated the complainant always flips his son off when they drive by. He admitted to yelling at the complainant but stated no one displayed or fired a weapon.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3555 – A man said he and his girlfriend had an altercation. He wanted it documented.

4600 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4227 – Complainant advised his grandparents stole his vehicle. Deputy met with the grandparents who stated they loaned the complainant money to purchase the vehicle, but they were never paid the money in full. Deputy referred complainant to justice of the peace.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4653 – A man advised he was at the location to take possession of a vehicle he had stored at the location. During the investigation, it was determined to be a civil dispute between the two parties. The deputy referred both parties to the justice of the peace.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

NRS – Three people stole a saddle and jeans from the store.

300 BLOCK OF WIND HILL OAKS – Complainant said a man had wandered onto his property and appeared to be highly intoxicated and aggressive. Complainant stated the person had a pistol. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the man, who didn’t have any weapons. The man was arrested for public intoxication.

FARM ROAD 1810 AT TEXAS 101 – A traffic stop was made for a traffic offense. After identifying the occupants, it was found that the passenger had a felony warrant. The man admitted to having a small amount of marijuana on him. He was arrested for the warrant and possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces.

400 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 1658 – A man was on the property without permission. The property owner wanted him removed.

FARM ROAD 920 AT COUNTY ROAD 3855 – A vehicle left on the side of the road was found to have been reported stolen out of Fort Worth Police Department. The vehicle was impounded.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4574 – Deputy was dispatched to check on the welfare of a person. Upon arrival, the person had fled into a field. The person was located and evaluated by medics. Medics cleared the person. It was determined the person was under the influence of methamphetamine and was a danger to himself. He was placed in custody for public intoxication and taken to jail.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

400 BLOCK OF DECATUR – Actor in a verbal disturbance was found to have multiple traffic warrants out of Decatur. Subject was taken into custody and transferred to Decatur.

1100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1560 – Complainant noticed tools missing on March 2 and a few more today and wanted to file a report.

200 BLOCK OF LURE STREET – Complainant reported her daughter’s boat trailer tire was slashed. Owner was out of town and would file report when they returned.

500 BLOCK OF CHISHOLM HILLS DRIVE – A known person sold a fifth wheel that belonged to the complainant, who had the title and wanted to pursue charges.

FARM ROAD 718/DONUT KING – Driver was arrested on outstanding warrants out of Hood County after traffic stop. Vehicle was released to a passenger.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4219 – Complainant advised he and his brother engaged in a verbal altercation over him thinking his brother was hiding winning lottery tickets from him. The lottery tickets were scratch-offs they had purchased together. The parties were separated for the remainder of the evening.

200 BLOCK OF LAMAR STREET – Complainant reported a damaged window at a home he was remodeling. He suspected neighborhood children. He stated he would perform the repairs and wanted to document the damage to justify the additional costs for the remodel.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 2515 – Complainant advised she was contacted by Verizon in reference to fraudulent activity. A line of credit was applied for and not granted. Verizon notified complainant and suggested documenting the attempt for the sheriff’s office.

300 BLOCK OF WILSON COURT – Complainant said she allowed a close friend to borrow her vehicle. The friend skipped work and took her vehicle to Oklahoma without her permission and refuses to answer any calls or texts. Complainant wished to pursue charges for unauthorized use of motor vehicle.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1557 – Complainant reported an unknown actor had damaged her mailbox with two watermelons.

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2898 – Complainant stated an unknown actor threw two Pelican cases over his fence and drove off. The cases were collected and stored at the sheriff’s office.

500 BLOCK OF WEST STATE – A male and female got into an argument due to the woman catching the man in several lies. They were separated for the night.

200 BLOCK OF SUMMIT STREET – A driver arrived at a residence to repossess a vehicle that was secured inside the garage. The driver left without incident.

1700 BLOCK OF NORTH TEXAS 101 – Complainant stated she saw a known subject on her property. The individual could not be located. The complainant called a second time stating the same thing after deputies left the area. She later stated she drank too many energy drinks and needed to go to bed.

2500 BLOCK OF SOUTH TEXAS 101 – Complainant stated two individuals were seen on camera taking a truck from the property. The actors wrecked the vehicle which got stuck in the mud. The actors were gone upon the deputies arrival. Another vehicle was located on the property, which was believed to belong to the actors. The vehicle was confiscated to be processed by crime scene investigators.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4790 – A man advised he was arguing with ex. Parties were separated for the evening.

Monday, March 11, 2019

700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1749 – Complainant advised the windows were broken out of his RV. When officers arrived, they discovered the RV belonged to owner of the property and the complainant suspected the property owner of doing the damage. Deputy made contact with property owner, whom advised he did damage the RV, as it was his property. Complainant stated he wanted to document the damage so that he was not later held responsible for the damages.

500 BLOCK OF CHISHOLM TRAIL – Complainant reported individuals were operating his truck without his permission. He advised he would contact the sheriff’s office if he wanted to file charges.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4849 – Individuals were arguing over money and ownership of home. Deputies advised parties to separate and to stay out of each other’s personal space.

2900 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4680 – Complainant found several charges to a pet supply website on his credit card while completing his taxes.

700 BLOCK OF WEST FRANKLIN – A couple were arguing. Both parties agreed to separate for the night.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3679 – A complainant stated a known subject damaged the inside of his residence.

500 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 718 – During a traffic stop, a passenger in the vehicle was found to have a warrant out of Jack County. The subject came to jail.

500 BLOCK OF ROGERS ROAD – Complainant reported a disturbance. Parties advised deputy of an argument, but no physical altercation.

Friday, March 8, 2019

COUNTY ROAD 1380 – Complainant reported his vehicle stolen overnight.

900 BLOCK OF SELDOM SEEN ROAD – An officer received a tip that a wanted subject was at a residence. Upon the officer’s arrival, the subject ran out the back door into the surrounding woods and was not located.

12300 BLOCK OF ORLOFF DRIVE – Complainant reported his credit score was low. He suspected his mother of using his identifying information, but he could not provide proof. Complainant refused to leave his mother’s residence and was issued a criminal trespass warning.