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

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

•A Houston woman called at about 3:30 a.m. Aug. 28 to report that her former boyfriend was drunk and being loud at her Highway 17 residence. The man was gone when an investigating officer arrived.

•Military One called at midnight Sept. 1 and requested a well-being check on a Beeler Road man. An investigating officer determined the man had been drinking and was fine.

•A Houston woman called to report a prowler at her Morton Road residence at midnight Aug. 27. An investigating officer was unable to locate a suspect.

•A 71-year-old Cabool man reported on Sept. 8 that his Highway U residence had been vandalized and that several items inside had been broken or damaged. The man named relatives as suspects.

•The Mountain Grove Police Department called at about 9 a.m. Sept. 8 to report receiving multiple calls about an injured man walking along Little Creek Road. An investigating officer was unable to locate him.

•A woman called at about 2:15 p.m. Sept. 7 to report that a man kept closing the door on a shared storage shed. An investigating officer determined the door was on the man’s side of the shed, and he could close it if he wanted to.

•A 31-year-old Mountain Grove man reported at midnight Sept. 4 that copper wire and an air conditioner condensing unit had been stolen from his mother’s Bado Road residence.

The man named a 32-year-old Cabool man as a suspect. An investigating officer found a small empty liquor bottle at the scene, and it was taken as evidence and sent to a Missouri State Highway Patrol lab for DNA analysis.

•A representative of Intercounty Electric Cooperative reported on Sept. 3 that three transformers belonging to the firm had been found on a forestry road off of Success Road in Success. The copper material inside each of the units had been removed.

There are no suspects.

•A 59-year-old Yukon woman reported that a Polaris 250 ATV valued at $600 had been stolen from her Big Creek Road residence. The woman reportedly had previous problems with break-ins and thefts.

•Deputies were dispatched at about 11 p.m. Aug. 29 regarding a report of aggressive dogs running loose at a Fisher Drive trailer park. An investigating officer reported that no dogs were located.

•A man called at about 8:45 p.m. Sept. 3 to report an intoxicated person lying in the middle of Mineral Drive. An investigating officer was unable to locate anyone.

Texas County Jail admissions

Sept. 1

Christopher S. Willard – felony stealing of motor vehicle

Dwayne D. Hendrix – driving while revoked

Thomas M. Weber – DWI

Charles A. Beck Jr. – Sedgwick County, Kan., hold

Sept. 2

Steven A. Barton – non-support

Kevin E. Aguirre – non-support

Sept. 3

Jason R. McGown – house for Wright Co.

Daniel W. Morton – house for Wright Co.

Kelly M. Gordon – Dept. of Corrections hold

Theodore E. Ledbetter – writ

Samuel D. Draayer – DWI

Sept. 4

Travis C. Gauch – stealing over $500

Sept. 5

Jenny L. Walker – writ

Michael R. Peterson – writ

Michael L. Richards – probation violation

Sept. 6

Richard D. Prugh – driving while revoked

Ashle Williams – larceny

Judy L. Greuter – 48-hour commitment

Martha Newton-Ellis – Dept. of Corrections hold

Ryan Hergesheimer – 48-hour commitment

Sept. 7

Thomas Baney – 48-hour commitment

Seamus J. Fuller – DWI

Sept. 8

Scott B. Hoylman – DWI

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