A Licking man faces charges following threatening a man with a loaded rifle, county authorities said. 

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

June 11

––A Houston man called to report that a woman was harassing him via cell phone text messages. An officer contacted the woman and advised her she would be cited if she continued.

June 12

––The 37-year-old male owner of an automotive repair shop on Ray Drive at Licking called to report a Cadillac Seville owned by an 80-year-old Licking man had been stolen from the shop.

The car, valued at $4,000, had reportedly been at the shop being serviced for about a month. The business owner stated that when the car owner had called to ask if the work was done yet, he went to check on the vehicle and it was gone.

There are no suspects.

––A 30-year-old Prairie Home woman called to report that she suspected someone had poured antifreeze into her horse’s water supply at her Farrell Lane property at Raymondville.

An officer obtained a sample of the water, and it was sent to a lab for testing. The woman was advised that it could take six to nine months to get the results back.

––A man reported four horses on a Neville Road property had no food. An investigating officer determined the horses were fine.

June 14

––An 86-year-old Houston woman called to report that her neighbor’s peacocks were eating flowers in the yard of her Horseshoe Drive residence.

The woman stated that she didn’t want to pursue charges, she just wanted the birds removed.

––A Houston woman said her daughter had been bitten by a dog at the trailer park where they live.

An investigating officer determined that the bite had occurred more than a week earlier and that the daughter claimed it was her own fault. No charges were filed.

––A 52-year-old Licking woman called to report an MTD riding mower valued at $200, a Briggs and Stratton push mower worth $100 and a Mantis tiller estimated at $50 had all been stolen from a shed at her Arnot Road property.

There are no suspects.

––A 31-year-old Houston woman said a Nintendo 3DS video game valued at $158 had been stolen from the mailbox of her Mineral Drive residence.

She stated that postal service delivery confirmation indicated that the unit had arrived at her home on June 8.

There are no suspects.

June 15

––A 33-year-old Plato man reported that his former girlfriend stole an Infinity Q45 automobile valued at $2,000 from his Holt Lane residence on July 4, 2011, while he was serving time in jail.

The man stated that a laptop computer, a 30-inch TV and video game equipment were also missing from his home.

The man reportedly didn’t report that theft at the time it occurred because he was wanted by the law at the time, according to a report.

Texas County Jail admissions

June 10

Anthony Jones Jr. – drug court violation

June 11

Arthur L. Huffman Jr. – theft/stealing

Allen L. Culp Jr. – tampering with a motor vehicle

June 12

Karie L. Nelson – forgery

Monica A. Sullins – possession of controlled substance

Bethany M. Hall – drug court violation

Richard S. Parmer – Dent County hold

Justin P. Christopher – possession of drug apparatus

June 13

Delores J. Rucker – DWI, driving while suspended

Aimee N. Cunningham – passing bad checks

June 14

Richard J. York – expired registration

J.W. Logan Schuster – 48-hour commitment

Josephine A. Lantz – theft/stealing

June 16

Ricky L. Sisco – property damage, stealing

Trevor R.C. Twyford – DWI

Brandy R. DeWolfe – Montgomery County hold

Cody D. Martin – possession of controlled substance

June 17

Joshua J. Wade – passing bad checks

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