The following reports were generated last week by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department.
•A deputy was dispatched at about 11 p.m. April 13 regarding a report of a prowler at a Country Aire Lane trailer park at Cabool.
The officer made contact with two women involved in the complaint. One said there were “15 or 20 people running around the park.” The officer was unable to locate any suspects.
One of the same women had called at about 4 a.m. that morning to report someone walking around the park.
•A 44-year-old Mountain Grove man on April 8 reported a burglary at his Lone Pine Road residence.
The man told an investigating officer that he came home and found the front door standing open, and that toys and movies with a total value of $250 had been swiped. There are no suspects.
•A Cabool woman called at about 8 p.m. April 12 to request that an officer call another woman and tell her to make sure her 13-year-old son stayed out of a cattle pen that had a bull in it. The officer called the other woman and she said she would keep her son from entering the pen.
•Deputies were dispatched March 20 regarding a report of a burglary at a Highway AF property at Licking.
A 57-year-old O’Fallon man who owns the property told officers that a cabin, trailer and garage had been broken into and guns, tools and other items with a total value of $2.320 had been swiped. There are no suspects.
•An officer was dispatched at about 11:30 p.m. April 4 regarding a report of a prowler at a Northview Lane trailer park at Houston. An officer made contact with a man there who stated he needed to go to Ozark Medical Center because he wanted to hurt himself.
The man was taken by ambulance to OMC.
•A man called at about 10:30 a.m. April 11 to report he wanted his girlfriend to leave his trailer on Tiffany Drive at Houston. The man told an investigating officer he and the woman had lived there together for more than a year.
The officer advised the man to evict the woman if she would not leave on her own.
•A deputy was dispatched at about 9 a.m. April 9 to assist the Missouri State Highway Patrol with a pursuit near Harlow Road and the Jacks Fork River. The officer reported the chase ended with one man in custody and another having escaped by fleeing on foot.
•A 32-year-old Houston man reported on April 9 that two holes had been punched into a tire on his car while it was parked at a Brushy Creek Road location. There are no suspects.
•A 49-year-old Licking man reported on April 10 that two concrete vases had been stolen from his mother’s grave site at Boone Creek Cemetery on Highway 137.
Texas County Jail admissions
Tina M. Dow – assault
Kimbra E. Casso – Eight-day shock
Chad J. Hall – DWI
Desiree R. Young – driving while revoked
Shannon L. Cross – Seven-day shock
Belinda J. Bryant – 10-day shock
Trisha L. Parker – no insurance
Aaron J. Harmon – writ
Jerry W. Collins – Taney County hold
Thomas E. Gibson – Alfalfa County, Okla., hold
Trisha L. Parker – Polk County hold
Timothy J. Carter – driving while revoked
Bradley D. Rader – driving while revoked
Timothy J. Carter – Howell County hold
Timothy L. Casso – stealing a vehicle, driving while suspended
Mathew C. Homer – burglary, property damage
Dylan S. James – burglary
Amy M. Bowling – 48-hour commitment
Steven L. Loman – 24-hour commitment
Jimmie Clark – failure to appear, passing bad check
Rockey D. Morgan – warrant
Toby Mathes – burglary, assault, property damage