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

•A deputy was dispatched at about 12:45 a.m. May 23 to a house fire on Highway V at Raymondville. The officer was able to get the homeowner away from the blaze and advised 911 of the situation.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 7:30 p.m. June 1 to assist a Houston Police officer with a trespassing situation at Dooley Street and Hawthorne Street in Houston.

Upon arrival, the deputy observed the police officer with four people sitting on the ground. The police officer asked the deputy to watch three of the people while he spoke to the fourth. One person was arrested by the police officer.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 8:45 p.m. May 29 to assist Cabool police with a drug overdose incident at the Bel Noir Apartments on U.S. 63. When the deputy arrived, Cabool officers said the person who had overdosed had already been taken by ambulance to a hospital.

•An officer was dispatched at about 4:45 p.m. May 29 to a Highway 137 location at Raymondville regarding a vehicle reportedly in the roadway. Upon arrival, the officer observed it was actually not in the roadway and its occupants didn’t need any help.

•A deputy responded at about 6:40 p.m. May 29 to a request by the Houston Police Department to arrest a man at a Hayes Drive residence at Houston. Upon arrival, the officer discovered the man no longer lived there.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 9:10 p.m. May 30 regarding a peace disturbance at the Baptist Camp river access. Before the officer arrived, a report was received that all parties involved had left the scene.

•A woman reported on May 27 that someone kept turning on an outside faucet and leaving the water running at her Highway B residence.

•An 80-year-old Cabool man came to the TCSD office May 23 to report that he had gone to an FBI office to report a hate crime and had been directed to the sheriff’s department.

The man produced a copy of a 15-page letter written by his 70-year-old sister and addressed to the Texas County prosecuting attorney documenting an ongoing dispute between them. He stated she hates him and was committing a hate crime.

An officer advised the man that what his sister had done didn’t qualify as a hate crime and probably wasn’t even criminal harassment.

•On May 24 a woman requested that an officer contact a man and advise him his son had been injured at his Pigeon Creek Drive residence. The officer made contact with the man and delivered the message.

•A deputy responded at about 2:15 p.m. May 25 to a report of a girl missing from her home at a Northview Lane trailer park at Houston. The officer made contact with the girl’s mother, who said her daughter had already been found.

The officer asked the girl where she had gone and she said she had been petting horses. The officer advised the woman to watch her children more closely.

•A deputy responded at about 9:40 p.m. May 25 to a request to have a man removed from the campground at Boiling Springs Resort west of Licking. Upon arrival, the officer found that the man was already gone.

•On May 28, the Roby Fire Department fire chief called to report that he had fired a 28-year-old firefighter and that the former employee had failed to return numerous pieces of equipment. An investigating officer located the former firefighter and retrieved all of the gear.

Texas County Jail admissions

May 23

Brandin A. Stark – assault

May 24

Dorothy L. Hernandez – DWI

May 26

Angela L. Gossett – Five-day shock

Cody L. Jennings – possession of controlled substance

May 27

Sean F. Knight – possession of controlled substance

Roger A. Crist – writ

Dakota N. Cottengin – writ

Christopher L. Dann – bond revoked

May 28

Tommy W. Barton – writ

May 29

Kalen L. Ratteree – 48-hour commitment

Edward L. Reeve – 30-day shock

Laura L. Doolittle – Willow Springs Police Department hold

Christopher L. Dann – Taney County hold

Jimmie L. Clark – Miller County hold

Edith A. Wen – 10-day shock

May 30

Kari D. Young – drug charges

Jessica R. Shelley – 48-hour commitment

Justin L. Creech – 48-hour commitment

May 31

Chase A. Mira – passing bad check

Tammy S. Frazier – assault

June 1

David L. Patten – Jasper County hold

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