The following reports were generated last week by the Houston Police Department.
•Meranda L. Sullins, 39, of 130 Sackett St. in Licking, was issued citations for driving while intoxicated and failure to drive on the right half of the roadway after a traffic stop at 12:20 a.m. March 9
on U.S. 63. An officer made the stop after observing a vehicle cross into the oncoming lane while traveling east on Holder Drive. The officer then saw the vehicle, a maroon Ford Ranger, travel on the shoulder after turning onto northbound U.S. 63.
After making contact with the driver, the officer smelled alcohol and field sobriety tests were conducted. Sullins was taken to the Texas County Jail for a mandatory six-hour hold period.
•Whitney N. Williams, 23, of 4295 Highway 137 at Elk Creek, was issued citations for driving with a suspended license and failure to register a motor vehicle after a traffic stop at about 10 p.m. March 7
on U.S. 63. An officer made the stop after observing a silver Mercury Cougar that appeared to have expired plates. Williams was taken to the Texas County Jail, fingerprinted and released.
•Terry E. Taylor, 53, of 4869 Gravel Point Road at Mountain Grove, was arrested on March 7 for having an active Mountain View Police Department warrant for failure to show proof of insurance. An officer made the arrest after initiating a traffic stop on a black Chevrolet pickup in the Casey’s parking lot.
After a computer check revealed the warrant, Taylor was taken to the Texas County Jail where he posted $250 bond and was released.
•Jeremy S. Haggard, 22, of 14328 Daisy Drive in Plato, was issued citations for possession of marijuana and speeding after a traffic stop at about 7:40 p.m. March 7 on First Street.
An officer made the stop after observing a red Ford Ranger traveling at a high rate of speed. After making contact with the driver, Haggard, the officer noticed he was nervous and sweating and asked him to exit the truck and sit in the patrol vehicle, according to a report.
The officer then asked Haggard if there was anything illegal in his truck, and he said there wasn’t. The officer then advised Haggard he would get the HPD drug dog, Rooke, to conduct an exterior sniff of the truck and asked again if there was anything illegal inside.
This time Haggard said there was pot in a mason jar under the center console, according to a report. He was taken to the Texas County Jail, fingerprinted and released.