Thursday, March 15, 2018

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4626 – A man said a vehicle hit his mailbox and drove away. His neighbor witnessed the incident.

2000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2360 – A complainant reported her mother and father arguing. The complainant’s brother punched the outside of the house and possibly broke his hand. Parties were separated for the evening.

ROGERS ROAD/PETTIT DRIVE – A traffic stop led to the arrest of the driver for possession of drugs. The passenger was arrested on Wise County warrants.

100 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 2265 – The complainant found three people on his property stealing metal and dumping trash. All three came to jail.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

100 BLOCK OF TOWER – A man reported his wife was attempting to break a window at his parents’ residence. Parties were counseled and separated.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3586 – The complainant said movers damaged his tarp. After further investigation, the movers advised the tarp was already damaged. Everyone filled out statements.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

100 BLOCK OF LEXINGTON CIRCLE – A woman reported coming home to find unknown people rummaging through her belongings. A firearm was stolen.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 3548 – A man and woman have been arguing several days about separating. The deputy remained on scene while the woman collected her belongings. The man claimed the woman took checks and money belonging to his business. Parties were referred to civil court for other property and separated for the day.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

700 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3250 – The complainant’s brother took the victim’s purse and wallet. He also took several guns, an iPad and a MacBook computer. The suspect told the victim he found the front door broken open. The guns and Apple products were returned when the victim said she had the Find My iPhone app and the serial numbers on the guns. There was no damage to the front door.

400 BLOCK OF SUNFLOWER – A few windows were broken out in a home under construction.

10000 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 920 – A physical disturbance occurred between a man and woman. The woman was gone when deputies arrived. The man was detained by an off-duty officer but fled the scene when the officer identified himself. The man was located and arrested for evading and other warrants.

600 BLOCK OF MARCO DRIVE – A woman reported her 27-year-old nephew left her house the previous day and had not been heard from since that time.

500 BLOCK OF CHISHOLM HILLS DRIVE – A complainant reported a person was trespassing on his property. The person was located at Farm Road 407 and U.S. 81/287 and was arrested for driving while license invalid with previous conviction, criminal trespass and warrants from Arlington Police Department.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

100 BLOCK OF DEBORAH DRIVE – The complainant reported hearing yelling and items being thrown inside the neighboring residence. During a probable cause search of the residence, multiple narcotic pipes were located. The woman involved in the disturbance was taken into custody. The man was transported by EMS.

200 BLOCK OF RIDGE TRAIL – A woman advised her service dog was shot by her neighbor, possibly with a pellet gun.

100 BLOCK OF BUFFALO RIDGE DRIVE – The complainant stated her phone was being hacked and her identity had been stolen. The complainant stated it could have been her husband, and she appeared to be in danger. Upon further investigation by the deputy, the complainant admitted to narcotic use with several people in the residence in front of children.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3336 – A man stated his boots and spurs were stolen off his front porch. He wanted to prosecute.

800 BLOCK OF CENTRAL AVENUE – Complainant reported finding a small child near the railroad tracks. Parents were on the scene when the deputy arrived. The child was released to the parents. CPS was contacted.

1300 BLOCK OF WEST TEXAS 114 – Complainant stated an individual was taking gravel off the railroad. Upon arrival, the suspect was located. After speaking to a special investigator with Union Pacific, the suspect was issued a citation for theft and told to unload the gravel he had in the back of his truck.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

100 BLOCK OF LOVE TRAIL COURT – Complainant reported someone cut the lock to the gate. Nothing was stolen.

12900 BLOCK OF KINGSGATE DRIVE – A woman advised her soon-to-be ex-husband sends her unwanted texts and calls repeatedly. She was advised to block soon-to-be ex-husband’s number.

U.S. 81/287 NORTH OF FARM ROAD 407 – A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of the driver for driving on an improved shoulder.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

HANSON PLANT CHICO – Several items were reported stolen out of a mobile storage building.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1555 – A man reported someone blew up his toilet that was outside by the road.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4441 – A wife and soon-to-be ex-husband, who still live in the same house, were arguing over trash and household items and it upset the grandkids.

1400 BLOCK OF ROGERS ROAD – An ex-wife and her friend were staying the night at the ex-husband’s house to visit her daughter. The ex-husband got drunk and began arguing with everyone. The parties were separated.

Monday, March 5, 2018

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – Complainant reported someone he knew threatened him during a phone conversation.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4861 – Complainant stated after her dog killed a neighbor’s chicken, the owner of the chicken came to her property and became belligerent. The complainant wanted a criminal trespass issued, and the chicken owner wanted a dog-at-large citation issued to the dog owner.

100 BLOCK OF HERITAGE PARKWAY – The homeowners allowed a person to stay with them for a few days. They got into a verbal argument and assaulted each other. The visitor was given a criminal trespass warning.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 3455 – A woman advised her mailbox was damaged.

PRONTO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT – A man said he arrived at Pronto’s to spray for bugs and observed a white pickup at the back of the building. He went inside, and the pickup left. He noticed the back door had been kicked in.

NO ADDRESS GIVEN – Complainant advised her stepson was released from jail, and she is in fear of him harming her or another family member again.