Texas County sheriff's deputies answered numerous calls in the last week.

The following are matters dealt with last week by the sheriff’s department:

March 5

––The Macon County Sheriff’s Department faxed a list of items that had been stolen during a burglary and the names of the suspects, requesting that a pawn shop in Licking be contacted.

The matter was turned over to the Licking Police Department.

March 6

––A 69-year-old Roby woman called to report that two bulldogs were missing from her Highway AP property.

The woman stated the animals had never left the yard before and she suspected someone had stolen them.

––An officer was dispatched to a Reed Road residence in Licking regarding a report from the 26-year-old female resident that a Savage .30-.06 rifle valued at $500 had been stolen.

The gun was described as camouflage in color with a camo sling and a 3x9x12 BSA scope.

––A Cabool woman came to the TCSD office to report that someone had opened a PayPal account in her name and made multiple purchases.

An identity theft form was completed and forwarded to the state attorney general’s office.

––An officer was dispatched at about 10:30 p.m. to a Mooney Hollow address regarding a suspicious person and fire.

The officer found two vehicles on fire. Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Troop G was notified, and the matter was turned over to it.

March 7

––A 33-year-old man Mountain Grove man reported that a red, four-door 2001 Pontiac Grand Am valued at $3,500 had been stolen from a Business U.S. 60 car lot he owns.

There are no suspects.

––Lloyd L. Hill, 53, of 11998 Highway 38 in Cabool, was issued a citation for third-degree domestic assault

After reportedly punching a woman during a dispute at their residence.

Methamphetamine used by both parties was a factor, according to a report.

––A 55-year-old Licking woman called to report that several items had been stolen from her Highway C residence.

The woman and her 51-year-old husband told an investigating officer that someone had broken into the home and stolen a 42-inch TV, a window air conditioning unit, copper gas line running from the propane tank to the water heater and other items.

The couple stated that they had been in the process of selling their home to another couple, who also had some things stolen in the incident.

There are no suspects and investigation continues.

March 9

––An 80-year-old Willow Springs man called to report that copper wire had been stolen from a vacant home he owns in Cabool.

The man stated that copper was stolen from within walls, a wall heater and an old refrigerator. More than $2,000 damage was reportedly done to the home.

Texas County Jail admissions

March 5

Michaelle L. Trottier – Four-day commitment

James E. Youmans – hold for Missouri Department of Conservation

Michael A. Barnhart – DWI

March 6

Michael S. Longrie – possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia

March 8

Curt C. Cichon Jr. – DWI, failure to register motor vehicle, no insurance, no seat belt

March 9

Stephen T. Miller – Illinois parole warrant

Robin R. Gower – distribution, delivery, manufacturing of controlled substance

William R. Hawkins – 48-hour commitment

Britta G. McGowan – passing bad checks

March 10

Ericka J. Litchfield – no insurance

Lewis R. Britt – 21-day commitment

March 11

Karen J. Lewis – DWI, DWR, no insurance, no plates (Licking PD)

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