The following are excerpts of reports generated by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:
•A Houston woman called at about 10 p.m. Aug. 9 to report neighbors were bothering her by partying and knocking on the door of her residence in a Tiffany Drive trailer park. A deputy made contact with several people at a man’s residence and advised them to keep the noise down and not disturb the neighbors.
•A deputy responded at about 9:30 p.m. Aug. 9 to a report of a fight at a residence in a Morton Road trailer park at Houston. The officer made contact with four adults there who had been involved but had settled down. They were advised to remain separated for 12 hours.
•A 38-year-old Licking woman came to the TCSD office Aug. 4 to report that a man had raped her numerous times from 2010 to 2014.
The woman told an officer she had been taken advantage of at night when she was incapacitated due to prescription medication. A report was sent to the county prosecutor.
•A man reported at about 5:40 p.m. Aug. 8 that men were causing problems at the river access on Mineral Drive at Houston. An investigating officer made contact with several people there who said the men had been doing donuts in a truck.
The officer stated the Missouri Department of Conservation would be contacted about checking for evidence on cameras posted at the location.
•A man reported at about 6:45 p.m. Aug 8 that he had seen a man on a lawn mower possibly dump a bucket containing drug paraphernalia into a brushy area on U.S. 63 at Licking. An investigating officer conducted a search of the area, but no bucket or suspect was found.
•Kelsy N. Day, 33, of 18918 Bear Claw Road at Eunice, was issued a citation for third-degree assault on a law enforcement officer after an incident at her residence at about 11 p.m. July 29.
Day was cited after allegedly kicking a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper and a deputy who were investigating a reported domestic dispute at her residence.
•A representative of Intercounty Electric called Aug. 5 to report power was being pulled from one residence to another by an extension cord at a Tiffany Drive trailer park in Houston. An investigating officer made contact with the people involved who stated the arrangement was consensual.
•A 30-year-old Plato woman reported July 31 that she had sold a business to a 38-year-old Plato woman who had taken several items that were not part of the sale.
An investigating officer made contact with the buyer, who said the sale contract indicated the items were hers. The officer advised both women the matter was a dispute of contract and was a civil case.
•A woman reported at about 1:50 a.m. Aug. 5 that a man wielding a baseball bat was at her Lotz Drive residence in Licking, and that he appeared to be under the influence of drugs and wouldn’t leave. Investigating officers were unable to locate him.
•A woman called at about 7 a.m. Aug. 4 to report a man and woman who are neighbors of her Burton Branch Road residence in Bucyrus were circling her property on an ATV and standing at the property line yelling that she had three of their chickens. An investigating officer observed them in the woman’s pen and determined they all belonged to her.
Texas County Jail admissions
Minaya N. Bressie – 48-hour commitment
Matthew C. McVicker – 24-hour commitment
Tina M. Bertrand – resisting arrest
Justin L. Creech – probation warrant
Alexander S. Lange – stealing leased or rented property
Shawn D. Sharp – stealing, peace disturbance
Robin M. Homer – possession of marijuana, driving while revoked
Adam K. Haywood – driving while revoked
Emily M. Twyford – 20-day shock
Shawn D. Sharp – 48-hour commitment
Michelle D. Mahler – bond revocation
Bobby W. Williams – Missouri Department of Corrections hold
Christopher J. Daugherty – possession of controlled substance
Nathan C. Young – writ
Clyde T. Silsbee – writ
Michael T. Craft – DWI
Roger C. Davids – 3-day commitment
Michael D. Strong – driving while suspended
Cody L. Worley – possession of controlled substance, failure to appear – stealing
Amanda L. Massey – possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia