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

Jan. 30

––A deputy was dispatched to a property at Pin Oak Road and Highway K at Summersville after the National Weather Service had called to request that photos be taken of buildings damaged by tornado or wind. The officer took photos and sent them to the NWS.

Feb. 2

––An officer reported that on Feb. 1 at about 8:30 p.m. he had been dispatched to a Kitchem Drive trailer park at Licking regarding a domestic disturbance.

After investigating, the officer advised a 54-year-old man and 48-year-old woman who had been involved in a heated argument, allegedly including assault, not to have contact for 12 hours.

––An officer reported that on Jan. 31 he was advised by Sheriff James Sigman to go to a Five Oaks Road residence at Mountain Grove and request that a woman living there provide to a representative of Morris Township payroll records from 2000 through 2010, along with all Internal Revenue Service and Department of Revenue notifications and copies of 941 forms.

The woman told the officer she thought she had already done so, but would look into whether she still had any of the documents.

Feb. 3

––A 94-year-old Licking man reported that a .20-gauge shotgun valued at $150 had been stolen from his Bean Creek Road residence. Investigation of the matter is ongoing.

Feb. 4

––An officer reported that on Jan. 30 at about 8:30 a.m. he had been dispatched to a Ranch Road residence at Summersville regarding a domestic disturbance.

After investigating, the officer advised a 53-year-old man and 47-year-old woman who had been involved in a heated argument not to have contact for 12 hours.

––An officer reported that on Feb. 3 at about 10 a.m. he had been dispatched to a Roby Road residence at Roby regarding a domestic disturbance.

After investigating, the officer advised a 53-year-old man and 28-year-old woman who had been involved in a heated argument not to have contact for 12 hours.

––An officer reported that on Jan. 27 he had investigated a report of property damage at a U.S. 60 storage unit business at Cabool.

The owner of the business provided a license number of a vehicle used by a possible suspect that checked back to a Willow Springs man. The Willow Springs Police Department was contacted, and the vehicle was located at a Post Oak Road residence, but not the driver.

Investigation of the matter continues, and a Willow Springs police officer indicated he would make further attempts to identify and contact the driver.

Texas County Jail admissions

Jan. 28

Frankie E. Brooks – felony driving while revoked

Jan. 29

Jamie R. Franks – passing bad checks

Michael A. Coats – writ

Jan. 30

Erica S. Wyble – 48-hour commitment

Preston E. Rutz – 14-day shock

Damon I. Foster – 72-hour commitment

Robert J. Hart – stealing leased property

Wade L. Spencer – DWI

Jan. 31

Shyola J. Snelson – house for Wright Co.

Eddie F. Day – writ

Steven W. Callender – theft, property damage, tampering

Austin N. McDowell – second-degree burglary

George C. Cook – second-degree burglary

Feb. 1

Melissa A. Martin – receiving stolen property

Charles J. Smith – second-degree burglary, stealing wire

Carl A. Martin – property damage, stealing wire, second-degree burglary

Thomas E. Gibson – receiving stolen property

Rick F. Hazen – 24-hour commitment

Feb. 3

Rick F. Hazen – 24-hour commitment

Ira J. Ridgley – change of venue

Feb. 4

Michelle C. Marr – St. Louis County PD hold

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