Reports from the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:
•An officer was dispatched Jan. 1 to a Highway 17 residence regarding a reported domestic dispute.
A woman living there told the officer her son had thrown a mattress at her the night before. She stated she and her son had an appointment at the juvenile office the next morning and they could sort things out then.
•A deputy was dispatched to a Tiffany Drive residence at Houston on Dec. 29 regarding a fight. Upon arrival, the officer separated the two people fighting and both declined to pursue charges. They were advised to remain apart for 12 hours.
•A man driving by Highways 17 and 32 on Dec. 30 called to report seeing tires dumped there.
•Deputies were dispatched on Dec. 16 to a Sumpter Drive residence at Raymondville regarding a domestic disturbance.
Upon arrival, officers observed a woman on the hood of a car hitting it with her fist. Contact was made with the vehicle’s occupants, who stated the woman had thrown a rock at the car, followed it down the road, and then jumped on it.
The woman – Amanda D. Wilson, 25, of 440 Maple St. in St. Clair – was detained and issued citations for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. She was taken to the Texas County Jail.
•A deputy was dispatched at about 2:20 a.m. Dec. 30 after a man reported a prowler at his Highway 32 residence.
The man told the officer he had heard a loud crash outside. The officer determined the sound had been made by a piece of metal blowing over in the wind.
•A 60-year-old Licking man reported on Jan. 4 that a shop building at his Crow Road lumber company had been broken into and chain saws, welders and oil (with an undetermined value) had been stolen.
•A Raymondville man came to the TCSD office on at about 5:10 a.m. Dec. 16 and reported that his former girlfriend had broken into his grandmother’s house, broken into a safe and destroyed important papers.
An investigating officer made contact with the 25-year-old woman, who admitted she had gone to the location, but had only borrowed movies and didn’t know what her former boyfriend was talking about.
Texas County Jail admissions
Terry W. White – 30 days contempt of court
Brandi K. Masters – 30 days contempt of court
Roger E. Burgess – writ
Ronald D. Lee – 8-day shock
Theodore E. Ledbetter – passing bad checks
Dustin E. Blackmon – resisting, interfering with arrest.