Saturday, March 30, 2019

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4841 – Complainant reported her husband took her phone from her. Deputy arrived on the scene and determined that the husband and wife had been involved in an altercation regarding infidelity. The wife stated she was a stripper, and she invited a friend over to party with her and her husband. The wife got upset, saying the husband was not paying enough attention to her. This led to the wife punching the husband in the mouth, causing a busted lip. The husband then escorted her around the bedroom by her shoulders, breaking the dresser and mirror. Due to lack of cooperation with law enforcement, both parties were arrested for the assault.

400 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4624 – A man arrived at his residence and discovered someone had been on the property. The complainant stated the padlock to the shop was removed, a vehicle was entered and tools were stolen. He then discovered the back door had been pried open and a number of items, including six firearms, had been stolen.

TEXAS 114 AT BOYD HIGH SCHOOL – A vehicle was stopped for obscured license plate. While speaking with the driver, deputies observed signs of deception when the driver was asked about narcotics. The driver also lied about drug charges on criminal history. After a request to search was denied, a K9 was requested and had a positive alert on the vehicle. A search yielded marijuana paraphernalia, and a citation for obscured license plate and possession of drug paraphernalia were issued.

400 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 718 – Complainant reported a person dumped a mattress onto his property.

FARM ROAD 730 AT FARM ROAD 2048 – A traffic stop was made for failure to stop at a designated stopping point and obstructed driver view due to a severely cracked windshield. The driver advised he had a warrant for probation violation. He exited and consented to a search of his person. Officer discovered a modified marijuana smoking pipe containing marijuana. The driver also advised there was a quarter ounce in the trunk. A search of the vehicle revealed a clear bag of marijuana under the spare tire in the trunk.

100 BLOCK OF ILLINOIS – Both parties of an assault called the sheriff’s office wanting to report being assaulted by the other. Contact could not be made with the first party. Contact was made with the second party, who stated the other person hit him in the face at the liquor store. Security camera footage was viewed, but the view was blocked by the complainants’ cars.

Friday, March 29, 2019

600 BLOCK OF DENVER STREET – Complainant advised a man he knew drove by him as he was walking. The man stopped the vehicle, exited and began yelling at him for staring at him while he drove by. The man then slapped the complainant in the face. Both parties were separated prior to arrival. The deputy issued a citation for assault by contact.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4901 – Complainant advised someone was in a residence that was vacant and being remodeled. Upon arrival, it was the neighbor who went into the residence to use a trash can, which he then emptied into a dumpster. The neighbor was wanted out of Fort Worth Police Department and was placed into custody.

U.S. 380 EAST AT FALCON INDUSTRIES – A traffic stop was initiated for obscured license plate. After speaking with the driver, he admitted to being in possession of a small amount of marijuana. A probable cause search of the vehicle yielded a small amount of marijuana. The driver was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and released.

1000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 2610 – A verbal disturbance took place between a man and woman over the woman pushing the man due to him “throwing a fit.” The woman left the scene and was advised not to return.

4400 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 1810 – Complainant advised that a rectifier was stolen from a pipeline site.

500 BLOCK OF PETTIT DRIVE – A woman advised her former spouse was ill and needed to be taken to the hospital. Deputies were called to the scene by medical personnel, who advised a physical disturbance had occurred. All parties were interviewed, and it was determined that the complainant had assaulted her former spouse at the residence by smashing his bare toes with a glass vase and pulling his hair out. She was arrested for injury to the disabled and taken to jail.

100 BLOCK OF CEDAR DRIVE – Complainant reported threatening phone calls from his ex-wife’s new husband regarding child custody. Both parties were advised how to handle the situation.

300 BLOCK OF LATHAM LANE – A woman stated her son’s ex-girlfriend chose to leave on her own but is trying to take items that do not belong to her.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4871 – A disagreement took place over payment to a cleaning company.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman reported she was missing her checkbook after shopping in Weatherford. She wanted it documented in case her checks are used fraudulently.

5400 BLOCK OF U.S. 380 – A man reported arriving at his father’s house to find it burglarized. Several firearms and compound bows were stolen.

400 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1540 – A man who had a parole warrant was located at an abandoned house. The man fled in a vehicle. After the pursuit, the man was apprehended, and his girlfriend was taken into custody for hindering apprehension.

5700 BLOCK OF U.S. 380 – Complainant advised someone cut his fence and stole two oilfield blowout stands. Complainant advised he caught the individuals in the act and told them to put them back. Complainant advised the people went back and dropped one off but left with two of them.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4577 – Multiple items were stolen from the complainant’s barn. The complainant believed a neighbor could be responsible but was unsure.

KENTUCKY AT BUFFALO STREET – A verbal disturbance between spouses led to the husband going to jail for an outstanding warrant from Montague County.

KOUNTRY MEADOWS RV – A man reported someone was going through his truck earlier in the morning. He did not notice until hours later someone was in the attic of the laundry room. Nothing was taken. He only wanted to report for insurance purposes.

Monday, March 25, 2019

500 BLOCK OF ELM STREET – Complainant reported she and her ex-girlfriend had gotten into a verbal argument earlier in the day and it had been resolved at Bridgeport Police Department. The complainant stated her ex-girlfriend then showed back up at her house. The woman had left the scene prior to the deputy’s arrival.

U.S. 81/287 AT FARM ROAD 1810 – A vehicle was stopped for driving on the improved shoulder. The deputy made contact with the driver, and while speaking with her detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana emitting from the vehicle. A probable cause search was conducted and multiple marijuana paraphernalia items were located. The driver was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and released.

U.S. 380 AT ARROW EXTERMINATOR – A traffic stop was made for expired registration. The driver was found to have a driving while intoxicated blood alcohol content greater than 0.15 warrant out of Wise County. The driver was arrested.

COUNTY ROAD 4858 AT COUNTY ROAD 4873 – A traffic stop was initiated for defective stop lamp. The driver advised she had been on probation for drug possession. She verbally consented to a search of the vehicle. The search resulted in the discovery of a driver’s license issued to the woman, but not under the name she gave, as well as less than a gram of methamphetamine between the driver seat and center console. The driver’s license was found to have been suspended with previous convictions. The driver was arrested.

8600 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 730 SOUTH – Complainant advised an unknown person entered the property without consent of the owner and removed a large amount of copper wire from a new construction build.

6100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4698 – A man stated someone cut and severely damaged his back fence and allowed his horse to exit his property.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

100 BLOCK OF RIDGE TOP DRIVE – Officers responded to a 911 hangup and determined a disturbance took place between spouses. The caller was extremely intoxicated and pushed his wife away from him. The wife stated she did not feel any pain and did not want to press charges. The caller’s sister arrived later to pick him up to separate for the evening.

300 BLOCK OF COYOTE – Complainant reported her husband was threatened by a family member at her mother’s birthday party. The suspect left prior to the officer’s arrival. Complainant gathered her belongings and left the location for the night.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 2643 – Victim reported she broke up with her boyfriend that evening after another altercation in Fort Worth. The victim stated she was assaulted the other night and her arm was popping now.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4874 – A man advised his wife shoved him. The wife stated the husband threw a rock at her. No marks were visible on either party. Neither party wished to press charges. The husband left for the evening.

500 BLOCK OF OAK HILLS DRIVE – The complainant advised her husband was threatening her. The two had engaged in a verbal argument, and no threats were made. The husband agreed to stay in a different room for the night.

12400 BLOCK OF WORTHINGTON – A man reported his son had been accused of stealing a bag off the neighbor’s front porch. The complainant said the accuser commented she wished she had her gun. She then left. It was found the boy did not steal the bag. The accuser stated the complainant and his wife made her feel unsafe and only commented she wished she had her gun. She wasn’t making a threat.

500 BLOCK OF PETTIT – Medics were called for a medical emergency. When they arrived, the caller told them she wanted a man removed from her house. Deputies arrived and determined the caller was very intoxicated. The man advised the caller had assaulted him the day before. He declined charges. The man was given a ride to the gas station to wait for his son.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4240 – Complainant reported his cell phone was stolen. He received a call from someone claiming to be with Verizon who said there was fraud on his account. After obtaining personal information, they were able to transfer his number to a Tracfone. They were also able to obtain banking information and changed his bank password and attempted to transfer funds.

Saturday, March 23, 2019

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4854 – A woman advised her son took her vehicle without her permission. It was determined her vehicle was impounded after her son was subsequently arrested earlier in the day. The complainant was extremely intoxicated and refused to make a report.

800 BLOCK OF WEST STATE – A traffic stop was made for fictitious plates. The deputy detected odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Subsequently marijuana and THC was located during the probable cause search. The driver came to jail.

200 BLOCK OF BRIGHTON OAKS – A verbal disturbance took place between a man and a woman over a set of keys. The woman was intoxicated. The man refused to give her the keys so she wouldn’t drive off.

CLEAR LAKE – Contact was made with the driver of a suspicious vehicle. After a probable cause search, drug paraphernalia was located.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

400 BLOCK OF PECAN STREET – Officers were dispatched to a verbal disturbance between a man and woman over relationship problems. The woman was found to have a forgery warrant from Kaufman County and was placed under arrest. During the interview, the man admitted to having marijuana paraphernalia and was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

U.S. 81/287 AT FARM ROAD 730 – Officer stopped a vehicle for an obscured license plate. Officer observed narcotics in plain view and conducted a probable cause search, which resulted in locating 8.59 grams of marijuana and 6.33 grams of THC products. The driver was arrested.

2000 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 718 – During a traffic stop, the driver was placed into custody for driving while license suspended without financial responsibility. The driver stated he had drugs in his pocket, and the officer found a clear bag of methamphetamine. A probable cause search of the vehicle yielded a large glass jar containing less than two ounces of marijuana under the passenger seat. A methamphetamine smoking pipe was located thrown from the vehicle on the passenger side. The passenger was charged with tampering with physical evidence.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 3484 – Complainant stated her brother, who was previously evicted from the residence, was on the property hiding in an abandoned trailer. Deputy arrived on the scene and removed the man from the trailer. The man was issued a criminal trespass warning for all adjacent properties and given a courtesy ride out of the area.

FARM ROAD 1810 AT HOLT – A traffic stop was made for failing to signal a turn as the vehicle was pulling onto the shoulder. A second vehicle stopped in front of the violator’s vehicle. Checks on both drivers showed the secondary driver had multiple warrants out of Wise County and was placed in custody.

900 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4764 – Complainant advised her boyfriend grabbed her by the face. It was determined the assault occurred in Saginaw. The boyfriend was gone upon deputy’s arrival.