Houston police officers handled several investigations during the last week. 

The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:

•A 28-year-old Yukon man reported Sept. 15 that a camouflage bag containing four kinds of prescription medication and some papers had been stolen out of the back seat of his vehicle sometime on Sept. 12 while it was at a couple of stores in Houston. There are no suspects.

•A 39-year-old Raymondville woman reported Aug. 26 that a camouflage purse containing checks, several credit cards and other cards and other items had been swiped out of her car while she was visiting her mother at Chestnut Terrace. The woman stated when she came back out to the car, she noticed the driver’s door was open.

There are no suspects.

•Jazmine J. Baker, 20, of 320 Skyview in Houston, was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way after a two-vehicle accident at about 6:15 p.m. Sept. 12 at Highway 17 and Airport Road. A passenger in the front seat was issued a citation for not wearing a seat belt: James W. Dickens, 23, of 513 Phelps St. in Houston.

•Patricia C. Stigall, 24, of 143 N. Oak Crest Dr. in Houston, was issued a citation for stealing under $500 after allegedly shoplifting compressed air from Walmart at about 1 a.m. Sept. 17.

•Stephen I. Osborne, 32, of Mountain Home, Ark., was issued a citation for stealing under $500 after allegedly entering Walmart empty-handed at about 8 p.m. Sept. 11 and then taking multiple items from the shelves to the service desk and returning them for $30.38.

•A 51-year-old Houston man reported at about 9:50 p.m. Sept. 11 that a man and woman were staying in a camping trailer in the back yard of his Dooley Street residence.

The man told an investigating officer the two were not allowed on his property without his consent. Citations for first-degree trespassing were issued to Brandi K. Masters, 32, of 214 Main, in Liberal, Mo., and Jamie R. Feringa, 34, of 130 Moses Drive in Hollister.

The two were advised to leave the property or be arrested.

At about 11:10 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the same location after being advised the suspects were back. They were each issued a second citation for first-degree trespassing and another for failure to obey a police officer, and were taken to the Texas County Jail for a 12-hour hold period.

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