The following are matters dealt with last week by sheriff’s department officers:
––A deputy was dispatched to a Highway H residence at about 7:15 p.m. regarding a report of a juvenile attempting to hang himself.
The officer made contact with the boy, who stated he didn’t want to go to school. The officer determined that he had not tried to harm himself, and the boy was taken to school by a relative.
––An officer investigated a report of three horses in poor condition at an Emmett Kelly Road property. The officer stated that the horses had food, water and shelter.
––An 80-year-old Licking man reported that a .20-gauge Mossberg shotgun valued at $300 had been stolen from his Boiling Springs Road residence. The man told an investigating officer that the weapon had likely been swiped by a 27-year-old man who formerly lived there and had moved to Branson.
The officer made contact with a woman at the suspect’s home, who stated she had not seen the gun but that his mother had. Investigation of the matter continues.
––An officer was dispatched to a Main Street residence in Houston regarding a report of theft.
A 25-year-old man living there told the officer that about 20 chickens had been stolen from his Fisher Drive residence March 22 between 10 a.m. and 11 p.m.
The man stated he believed a neighbor had swiped the chickens, and said the same neighbor had stolen things from him before.
––An anonymous caller requested at about 10:20 p.m. that an officer go to a woman’s Forrest Drive residence at Houston to check on minors and firearms. The officer stated that a search of the home yielded no firearms, and that both minors present were checked.
A deputy was dispatched at about 11:30 p.m. to a Brown Road residence at Raymondville regarding a report of harassment.
A 52-year-old man living there told the officer that three men in a truck had been bothering him and that the same thing had happened multiple times in the past. As the deputy was speaking with the man, a red truck drove by with three men inside, who the man identified as the three suspects.
The officer stopped the truck and spoke with its 29, 19, and 18-year-old occupants, who claimed that they were raccoon hunting and had not been on the man’s property. The three stated they would stay away.
Texas County Jail admissions
Donald W. Trogden – parole violation
Dustin R. Odom – careless and imprudent driving
Patrick L. Vaughn – re-sentencing
Nicholas M. Jones – unlawful use of paraphernalia, minor in possession
Nathan A. Ball – Crawford County hold
Jerome Anders, Jr. – possession of controlled substance, resisting arrest
Timothy W. Stewart – distribution, delivery, possession
James T. Woosley – Three-day commitment
Jeromy L. Howard – terroristic threat
Danny D. Brown – 10-day commitment
Lewis F. Akins – 24-hour commitment
Clarence L. Hall – 48-hour commitment
Kimberly B. House – passing bad checks (St. Francois County)
Tommy D. Perkins – child neglect, non-support
Michael T. Vestal – 48-hour commitment
Jorge O. Flores-Lozano – assault, immigration hold
William C. Cash – 48-hour commitment
Catherine E. Heath – 24-hour commitment
Jared P. Rebish – second-degree assault, unlawful use of weapon
Ronald E. Parrish – 48-hour shock
Nathan L. Smith – DWI