The following are matters dealt with last week by the sheriff’s department:
––Caroline E. Riggs, 27, of 149 Wilson St. in Raymondville, was arrested and issued a citation for second-degree trespassing after a 29-year-old woman reported that Riggs had come onto her Orchard Street property despite an earlier warning. The investigating officer stated that there is a “no trespassing” sign visible on the property.
––A Cabool woman called at about 1 a.m. and reported heavy traffic on Sargent and Colburn roads. An investigating officer reported observing one vehicle.
The woman called again at 2 a.m. and reported suspicious vehicles. An investigating officer found none.
––A Raymondville man called a 4:17 a.m. to report a suspicious vehicle on Splitlimb Road. An investigating officer was unable to find it.
––Matthew T. Ramsey, 19, of 13388 German Road in Houston, was issued a citation for careless and imprudent driving after an officer observed the yellow Ford Mustang Ramsey was driving on Grand Avenue in Houston at about 8:20 p.m. rapidly accelerate and pass a black truck.
––A 22-year-old Houston woman reported that on March 31 tires had been slashed on her vehicle as it was parked at her Arthur Road residence. There are no suspects.
A woman called at about 2:15 p.m. and reported seeing a naked man on Highway W.
An investigating officer located the man and he was taken to Texas County Memorial Hospital for mental evaluation.
––A woman called to report donkeys at a Beeler Road location. An investigating officer found the animals and a neighbor told him that they had been abandoned about three weeks earlier. The neighbor said he would call the animal shelter about them.
––A 66-year-old Raymondville man called to report that a tire had been slashed on his Chevrolet Suburban while it was parked at his Chick Johnson Road residence. There are no suspects.
––A 34-year-old Cabool woman called to report that items had been stolen from the garage of her Sargent Road residence.
The woman stated that swiped items included a power drill valued at $400, a pancake compressor estimated at $300 and four tarps worth $50.
The woman named another woman as a suspect, who is also a person of interest in other thefts being investigated.
––A 63-year-old Success woman reported that her Highway AN residence had been broken into and $1,800 cash had been stolen ( in the form of 18 one-hundred dollar bills).
The woman named a 20-year-old Bucyrus man and an 18-year-old Success man as suspects. An investigating officer made contact with the 20-year-old, who admitted having gone to the location, but denied taking any money.
A pair of sunglasses was found on the woman’s bed, and she stated she didn’t know where they came from. They were taken as evidence. The woman also told authorities that the 20-year-old had broken into her home in the past.
Investigation of the case continues.
Texas County Jail admissions
Crystal D. Dooley – child endangerment
Patrick E. Dooley – child endangerment
Keishan Kimrey – possession of controlled substance
Jason M. Denton – writ
Danile K. Labbee – parole violation
Paul A. Kuster – DWI
Charles D. Brown – Salem PD hold
Vernon D. Carman – Greene County hold
Danielle K. Winterland – writ
Dustin E. Blackmon – forgery
Christopher W. Tiemann – 48-hour commitment
Linda L. Frohock – passing bad checks
James E. Cooper – possession of controlled substance
Kelley D. Williams – stealing
Michael A. Coats – writ
Darrell L. Blankenship – writ
Ryan L. Booker – writ
James D. Nix III – DWI, driving with suspended license
Eric L. Masters – passing bad checks
Christina Shepherd – Six-month commitment