The following are other matters dealt with last week by sheriff’s officers:
––An officer was dispatched to a Country Aire Lane residence at Cabool regarding a reported fight.
Upon arrival, the officer determined that the sound heard by the woman who had called in the report was caused by teenagers watching TV at a loud volume.
––A Bucyrus man and his wife came to the TCSD office to report the theft of copper wire and scrap metal from their Roubidoux Road residence.
An officer reported that after an investigation of the matter, a probable cause statement was sent to the county prosecutor seeking felony copper theft charges against a 30-year-old Houston man.
––An officer was dispatched to a property at Stock Road and Bado Road regarding a calf in a bucket.
The officer stated that the calf appeared to have been in the bucket for a long time. The calf was dumped out of the container.
––An officer reported that on May 29 a 44-year-old Houston woman came to the TCSD office and stated that a 17-year-old boy would not stop talking to her 16-year-old daughter.
The boy was advised to stop talking to the daughter.
––Robert J. Garrett, 75, of 9951 Highway 17 at Success, was arrested and issued a citation for third-degree domestic assault after allegedly slapping a woman in the face during an evening argument.
Garrett was taken to the Texas County Jail and held for 12 hours.
––A 25-year-old Licking woman came to the TCSD officer and reported that four tires and wheels had been stolen off of a vehicle parked at her Hartville Road property.
––A 39-year-old Houston woman reported that her 24-year-old husband had stolen her 46-inch TV and DVD player and sold them at a pawn shop.
The woman told an investigating officer that she had been away for a week and found the items gone when she returned.
––A 57-year-old Licking man reported that during April, two tires had been slashed on his car.
The man told an investigating officer that the tires were slashed during a period when his 31-year-old daughter had been using the vehicle and that he suspected her 37-year-old boyfriend. The daughter told the officer that her boyfriend couldn’t have done it because he was out of town when the incident occurred.
––A 42-year-old St. Charles man called to report that his cabin on Lewey Drive had been broken into and several items had been stolen, with a total value of $1,075.
The list of swiped items the man provided included food, tools, clothing, kitchen utensils and other household goods.
A door to the cabin that was the burglar’s likely point of entry sustained damage estimated at $200.
An investigating officer seized several items that were sent to a lab to be examined for fingerprints.
––A 54-year-old O’Fallon man called to report that two hunting cabins he owns on a Turley Road property had been broken into and numerous items had been stolen, with a total value of $3,375.
The man stated that stolen goods included numerous tools, a john boat, fishing tackle and various household goods.
Windows were broken in both cabins, totaling an estimated $100 in damage.
There are no suspects.
––An officer reported that on June 2 he had investigated a reported burglary at a Walnut Grove Drive residence in Houston.
The officer stated that the 52-year-old woman who lives at the location told him that several household items had been swiped, with a total value of $420.
––An officer reported that on June 9 he was dispatched to the VFW location on U.S. 63 at Cabool after a report was received that a window in the VFW van had been broken out by a rock. There are no suspects.
Texas County Jail admissions
Teasha R. Clark – Mountain Grove PD hold
Kimberly R. Youmans – writ
Martha L. Brumble – writ
Logan J.W. Schuster – Seven-day shock
Matthew P. Hubble – assault, resisting
Albert L. Terrill – non-support
Charles J. Smith – driving while license suspended
James L. Briggs – stealing motor vehicle
James D. Carreras – possession of controlled substance
Emily R. Shelley – 48-hour shock
Clyde G. Welsh – assault
Clarence E. Moore – forcible rape
Terry L. McConnaughhay – DWI
Elden L. Johnson – parole warrant
Anthony Jones Jr. – drug court violation