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

•A deputy was dispatched May 11 to a Highway CC residence at Licking regarding a report of a burglary. An 18-year-old woman who lives there told the officer her home had been broken into and a guitar valued at $400 stolen.

She told the officer she left the house May 10 at about 8:30 a.m. and when she came home at about 11:45 a.m. she found a padlock on the back door broken and the door standing partially open. There are no suspects.

•A Roby woman reported on May 18 that she had recently split up with her boyfriend and now someone keeps driving past her Boiling Springs Road residence and yelling at her. The woman told an investigating officer she didn’t know what to do about it. The officer advised her to call when it was happening.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 8:20 p.m. May 18 regarding a fight at an Airport Road residence at Cabool.

A 39-year-old man who lives there told the officer he had been in an argument with his girlfriend and was attacked by his two daughters, ages 16 and 13.

The man stated he didn’t want to pursue charges.

•A deputy responded at about 1:40 p.m. May 18 to a report by a woman that a black car of unknown make and model was driving fast on Tiffany Drive at Houston. The officer was unable to locate it.

•A Houston man called at about 2 p.m. May 18 to report a vehicle parked on Brushy Creek Road outside Houston. An investigating officer made contact with a woman in the car, who stated she owned the property near where the car was located. The officer determined the car wasn’t blocking traffic, but the woman agreed to move it anyway.

•A 72-year-old Licking man called May 18 to report that a 2006 Honda Rancher ATV valued at $6,000 had been stolen from a barn on his Highway 32 property. There are no suspects.

•A 31-year-old Houston woman called May 15 to report that her 30-year-old boyfriend and 23-year-old former boyfriend were fighting at a Northview Lane trailer park in Houston. An investigating officer determined no fight had actually occurred.

•A Houston woman called May 15 to report finding a plastic bag containing what she thought were marijuana cigarettes in a ditch near her Evans Road residence. An investigating officer determined the cigarettes contained tobacco.

•A deputy on May 15 investigated a report of a theft at a Highway M residence at Cabool.

A 44-year-old woman who lives there told the officer a John Deere riding mower valued at $2,199 had been swiped. The officer spoke with two neighbor men who said they saw a 1900s model Chevrolet truck pulling a trailer with a mower on it leaving the property on May 7.

The case remains under investigation.

•A 43-year-old Houston woman reported on May 10 that a table, chairs, ceiling light and three area rugs had been stolen from a trailer at a Tiffany Drive trailer park in Houston. A 43-year-old Houston woman, a 51-year-old Licking man and a man of unknown age and residence were named as suspects.

Texas County Jail admissions

May 12

Anthony C. White – Missouri Department of Corrections hold

James D. Wakenight – theft, stealing

Carl A. Martin – writ

Phillip E. Baldree – non-support

David L. Lange – 10-day commitment

May 13

Michael R. Saiz – statutory sodomy

Amber D. Kirk – resisting arrest

Tierra A. Robertson – 120-day shock

Derrick L. W. Cross – 48-hour hold

May 14

Kenneth J. Manion – possession of controlled substance, forgery

Jeffrey A. Mitchell – 48-hour commitment

May 15

Darryl F. Harris – probation and parole warrant, possession of controlled substance

Amy M. Bowling – 48-hour commitment

Joshua E. Johnson – no seat belt

Donald L. Colvard – probation and parole warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia

May 16

Christian W. Ortega – 48-hour commitment

Corey A. Tharp – forgery

Ronald J. Settles – failure to register

May 17

Bobby Labbee – failure to appear, burglary   

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