Houston police recently handled several cases, including one of DWI, authorities said.

The following reports were generated last week by the Houston Police Department.

•Brandi K. Masters, 30, of 903 Dooley St. in Houston, was issued citations on April 3 for driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license after a traffic stop at about 4:20 p.m. on Indian Creek Drive.

Masters was cited after police were contacted by a concerned motorist who reported seeing a woman stumble out of her vehicle and enter a U.S. 63 tobacco store. The officer went to the store and observed the woman get into a white Ford Explorer and leave the parking lot. The officer followed the vehicle and saw it cross into the center turn lane several times on U.S. 63.

After making contact with the driver, Masters, the officer smelled alcohol and field sobriety tests were conducted, according to police. She was taken to the Texas County Jail for a mandatory six-hour hold period.

•Brandon Ingram, 24, of 10340 Horner Drive in Licking, was issued a citation April 3 on charges of peace disturbance after being involved in an argument with his former girlfriend and a male individual at about 5:30 p.m. in the Town and County Supermarket parking lot.

•Richard S. Mann Jr., 27, of 109 Redbud Drive in Houston, was arrested April 7 for having an active Houston municipal warrant for peace disturbance. An officer, who was aware of the warrant, made the arrest at Mann’s residence and took him to the Texas County Jail, where he was unable to post $250 bond.

A computer check revealed that Mann also had three active Taney County warrants for second-degree property damage, and two non-moving traffic violations. The Taney County warrants were each no bond.

•Philip C. Wilson, 86, of 9595 U.S. 63 in Houston, was issued a citation April 11 for failure to register a motor vehicle after an officer observed expired tags on a gold Lincoln Towncar traveling south on Sam Houston Boulevard at about 2:45 p.m.

•Karla R. Odom, 46, of 141 S. Oakcrest Drive in Huston, was issued a citation April 14 for allowing an animal to run at large (second offense) after a neighbor woman reported that Odom’s Yorkie was chasing her kids and had tried to bite her. An investigating officer observed the dog running loose in the street.

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