The following are matters dealt with last week by the sheriff’s department:
––An officer reported that on Jan. 16 he had investigated a reported burglary at a Kimble Road residence at Licking.
The officer stated that a 58-year-old woman who lives there told him someone had broken into her home and swiped numerous items with a total value of $5,163. Among the goods were $2,845 worth of jewelry and precious metals, and a computer and software reportedly valued at $2,000.
There are no suspects.
––An officer reported that on Jan. 18 a 51-year-old Raymondville man had come to the TCSD office and stated that his neighbor’s goats often come onto his property and eat his grass.
The man said that he runs the goats off three times and then starts putting them down.
On Jan. 25, an officer made contact with the neighbor, a 66-year-old man, who confirmed the other man’s story, but said it happened more than two years ago. The officer told him that regardless of when it took place, he was being verbally warned to maintain control of his goats.
––An officer reported that on Jan. 18 a 43-year-old Huggins man came to the TCSD office to report that a car had been stolen from his residence. The man reportedly stated he has an ongoing problem with things being stolen from his property.
––Taylor D. Walser, 18, of 800 Cleveland Road in Houston, was issued a citation for possession of marijuana.
An officer cited Walser after observing he and another teenage male standing between two trucks in the parking area of the Lois Arlene Boesl Conservation Area at about 8 a.m., and noticing Walser throw something under one of the trucks. The officer stopped to investigate and smelled a strong odor of marijuana. The item tossed was identified as a small bag of marijuana.
––William J. Breedlove, 29, of 11291 Highway 95 at Lynchburg, was issued a citation for violation of a protection order after a deputy made contact with him at a Roby Road residence where he was not supposed to be.
––A man called at about 11 p.m. to report that someone was either shooting off fireworks or firing a gun on Forrest Drive in Houston. An investigating officer was unable to locate a suspect.
––A deputy was dispatched at about 5:50 p.m. to a Barry Lane residence at Houston regarding a dog trying to attack people.
A 25-year-old woman who lives there told the investigating officer that when she let her dog outside, her neighbor’s dog approached her and tried to bite her. The officer made contact with the neighbor, a 30-year-old man, who claimed the aggressive dog wasn’t his.
The officer verbally warned the man that he would be issued a citation if he didn’t maintain better control of the dog.
Texas County Jail admissions
Patsy A. Moore – 4-day commitment
Amanda K. Kennedy – passing bad checks
Johnathan R. Wynne – possession of controlled substance
Michael J. Prewett – house for Shannon County
Raymond G. Williams – driving while revoked
Johnathan B. Walker – Phelps County hold
Michael D. Shelly – 48-hour commitment
Tracy A. Woods – DWI
Jerry D. Stark – house for Shannon County
Donald E. Ivey – house for Wright County
Johnny W. Rogers – house for Wright County
Thomas F. Coon – house for Wright County
Robert L. Mabe – house for Wright County
Stanley B. Phelps – house for Wright County
Nathan A. Cody – house for Wright County
Dwayne D. Hendrix – house for Wright County
Jon W. Harris – house for Wright County
Kirsten V. Ashby – DWI
Robert G. Morgan – DWI
Rick F. Hazen – 24-hour commitment
Danny D. Brown – offender within 500 feet of school
Angela D. McCloud – possession of controlled substance
Jeromy L. Howard – traffic offense (Shannon County)
Ronda L. Webb-Bell – non-support
Robert L. Turnbull – non-support
Rick F. Hazen – 24-hour commitment