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

•A 45-year-old Huggins man came to the TCSD office on Sept. 30 and reported that his 54-year-old former wife (of Waynesville) had signed his name to a student loan without his consent in October 2004. An investigating officer made contact with the woman and she stated she had not signed the loan, but her former husband had.

•A 65-year-old Elk Creek man reported on Sept. 30 that his grandson had threatened to burn down the man’s Steely Chapel Road residence.

•A Houston woman reported a prowler at her Maple Lane residence at about 3:15 a.m. Oct. 6. An investigating officer was unable to locate a suspect.

•A deputy responded to a request to assist an ambulance crew at about 1 a.m. Oct. 6 at a Dorman Drive residence at Licking. The officer made contact with a man there who stated he had taken about 40 pills. The man was transported by ambulance to Texas County Memorial Hospital.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 11 p.m. Oct. 5 regarding a noise complaint at a U.S. 63 residence. A man living there told the officer his downstairs neighbor’s TV was keeping him awake.

The officer made contact with the neighbor, who stated he had been in bed and no TV was on. The officer determined the TV sound was coming from next door. He made contact with the next door neighbors and they turned down the TV sound.

At about 1:40 a.m.  Oct. 4, the same man reported his neighbors were playing loud music. An investigating officer reported that the noise had stopped by the time he arrived.

•A deputy responded to a 911 report of a fight at a Highway N residence just after midnight Oct. 4. The officer determined that no crime had been committed, and one of the people involved was told to leave the property.  

•A deputy was dispatched to a Splitlimb Road residence at Raymondville regarding a domestic dispute at about 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5.

The officer made contact with a 31-year-old man and his 21-year-old girlfriend, who had been in an argument. The woman told the officer the man had been throwing her belongings in a pile outside.

The man told the officer he had thrown some of her items in a pile, but that she had already been doing it.

The woman confirmed the man’s statement.

•A deputy responded to a report of domestic assault at a Highway 137 residence at Willow Springs at about 6:45 a.m. Sept. 24.

Upon arrival, a 28-year-old woman told the officer that she had actually not been assaulted, but her 33-year-old husband had taken her truck on Sept. 23 and she wanted it back. The officer advised the woman to contact a lawyer because the issue was a civil matter.

•An Elk Creek woman called at about 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3 to report that she had received a phone call from an unknown person who told her to bring all her money to the park or she would be killed by 9 p.m. The woman told an investigating officer she didn’t have caller ID, so she didn’t know who called. She said she spent the night at her sister’s house for safety’s sake.

•A 28-year-old Cabool man was arrested and faces four felony charges after a traffic stop on Oct. 2.

An officer reported that he initiated a stop at Second Street and Broadway at about 8:45 p.m. after observing faulty equipment on a passenger car. The officer stated the car continued until it stopped at a residence on Broadway Street.

At that time, a man got out on the vehicle’s passenger side and fled on foot. The officer pursued for about 100 yards before losing sight of the man.

The officer was joined by three more sheriff’s department officers and one Cabool police officer, and the group searched the area on foot and in vehicles. One of the deputies found the man hiding among some trees at First Street and Pine Street, and he was arrested.

The officers returned to the home, and a 30-year-old woman there gave consent to search. The search revealed methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. A report was sent to the county prosecuting attorney seeking charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest.

•A 33-year-old Summersville woman reported on Sept. 30 that a 22-year-old Eunice man who was her former boyfriend had stolen two guns from her Ladley Road residence and pawned them.

Texas County Jail admissions

Sept. 30

Stormy D. Morgan – possession of drug paraphernalia

Oct. 1

Dustin R. Odom – DWI, driving while revoked, stealing

Oct. 2

Jami L. Carmack – forgery

John C. Hendrickson – enticement of child

Chase A. Mira – insufficient funds, checks

Oct. 3

Billie R. Barnes – DWI

Russell E. Young – non-support

Nathan R. Young – receiving stolen property

Oct. 4

Nakota S. Neal – property damage

Michael Peterson – writ

Nathan Campbell – writ

Judy L. Greuter – 48-hour commitment

Kevin Massey – 48-hour commitment

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