Deputies with Texas County Sheriff's Department handled several investigations during the last week. 

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

March 21

––A woman called at about 11:30 p.m. to report that a friend of hers had seen a man behind the back porch of her Success Road residence. An investigating officer reported that he found no footprints in the 6-inches of snow that was on the ground at the location, but that he did see dog tracks. The woman was advised that what her friend saw could have been a dog and not a human.

––A deputy was dispatched to a Success Drive property at Cabool regarding a report of a neglected horse. The officer reported that the animal appeared to be in good health.

March 22

––At about 11:30 p.m., a deputy investigated a report from a woman that someone was across the street from her Cameron Road residence calling her pet turkeys with the intent of shooting them. The officer was unable to locate a suspect, and advised the woman to call again if they returned.

March 23

––A Cabool woman called to report that a vehicle had driven through the yard of her Highway 38 residence. The woman told an investigating officer that she hadn’t seen the vehicle and had no other information about it, and the officer was unable to locate a possible suspect.

––A 33-year-old Cabool woman reported that a 31-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man, both of Cabool, had attempted to pass a check in Mountain Grove on an account she had closed in 1998.

An investigating officer determined that no checks had been passed in Texas County, and that Mountain Grove police were working the case as a forgery in their jurisdiction.

––An officer reported that on March 19 a representative of a Licking scrap metal company had reported that 232 pounds of tungsten carbide scrap (valued at $1,392) had been stolen from the firm’s U.S. 63 location.

There are no suspects, but the officer observed footprints and tire tracks likely left by the perpetrators. The Missouri Information Analysis Center was contacted, and investigation of the matter continues.

Texas County Jail admissions

March 18

Michael A. Hebert – possession of marijuana, driving while revoked

March 19

Darryl F. Harris – writ

Russell D. LaRue – writ

Eddie D. Volner – writ

Nalin H. Neal – Greene County hold

Timothy Y. Sullins – possession of synthetic cannabinoid

March 20

Seth C. Hurtt – 6-month commitment

Jacob M. Young – 34-day shock

Levi N. Ladd – writ

Jason S. Allen – passing bad checks

March 21

Brian Smith – DWI

Timothy Y. Sullins – driving while revoked

Justin P. Giller – possession of controlled substance

Lewis F. Akins – 48-hour commitment

March 22

Justin T. Collins – 36-hour commitment

Michael T. Vestal – 48-hour commitment

Scott E. Hoener – MDC hold

Michael A. Barnhart – St. Louis PD hold

March 23

Christopher R. Giller – Howell County hold

Raymond G. Williams – driving while revoked

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