Deputies with the Texas County Sheriff's Department responded to numerous calls in the last week. 

The following reports were generated last week by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department.

•A 60-year-old Licking woman reported on Aug. 26 that a five-gallon bottle containing an estimated $250 worth of pennies had been stolen from her Sparrow Drive residence. There are no suspects.

•On Sept. 14 at about 2:30 a.m., a woman reported hearing a noise made by a suspected prowler at her Business 60 property at Mountain Grove. An investigating officer was unable to locate a suspect.

•A 66-year-old woman who runs an animal rescue shelter on Highway M in Cabool reported on Sept. 5 that she had been contacted on the previous night by a neighbor man who threatened to harm the dogs in her care. The woman stated she wanted the incident documented in case something did happen to the dogs.

•A deputy was dispatched on Sept. 5 to a Bennett Road residence in Houston regarding a report of vandalism.

The officer made contact with a 53-year-old man at the location who stated that the home had been foreclosed on by a Summersville bank and that he checks on the home for the bank and tends to its lawn. The man showed the officer several signs of vandalism inside, including holes in the walls, paint splashed on walls and flooring, and a derogatory statement directed at the bank spray painted on a wall. Numerous empty cans or beer were also found.

The man told the officer that a 45-year-old man had been living there along with eight to 10 foster children. The officer traveled to the former resident’s home on Sand Hollow Road at Bucyrus and spoke to an 18-year-old boy who admitted that he and his 21-year-old brother had done the damage.

A probable cause statement was sent to the county prosecutor seeking charges against the two.

•A 33-year-old Cabool man reported on Sept. 13 that a 1979 Ford 3600 tractor valued at $4,600 and a Land Pride brush hog valued at $1,200 had been stolen from his Parker Avenue property.

The man named a 53-year old Cabool man as a suspect. An investigating officer reported he had made multiple attempts to contact the suspect, without success. The officer stated that he had observed a Ford 3600 tractor on the suspect’s Lebanon Road property at Elk Creek, but its serial number didn’t match that of the unit reported stolen.

Texas County Jail admissions

Sept. 8

Scott B. Hoylman – DWI (Licking PD)

Sept. 9

Scott B. Hoylman – leaving scene, assault

Robert A. Mason – writ

Sept. 10

Raymond G. Williams – Dept. of Corrections hold

Kay L. Stalder – Dept. of Corrections hold

Jeran D. Lucas – minor in possession

Evelyn R. Klein – Dept. of Corrections hold

Sept. 11

Robert A. Mason – probation and parole

Bethany M. Hall – Dept. of Corrections hold

Arthur L. Huffman – delivering controlled substance

Sept. 13

Larry C. Mainer – 48-hour commitment

Brandin A. Stark – probation warrant

Ryan W. Hergesheimer – 48-hour commitment

Judy L. Greuter – 48-hour commitment

Dustin R. Odom – Four-day commitment

Chester E. Rolfe – Wright County hold

Sept. 14

Devon E. Mikel – Phelps County hold

Sept. 15

Jorge Omar Flores Lozno – DWI, endangering the welfare of a child

Steven R. Parker – failure to appear

Sept. 16

Brandi R. Arnold – child support

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