Two persons as part of an investigation into child abuse, the Texas County Sheriff's Department said. 

The following are excerpts of reports generated by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:

•A deputy responded on Nov. 7 to a request to assist a Missouri Division of Family Services representative with a case at a residence in a Morton Road trailer park at Houston.

After an investigation, a 46-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman were arrested for alleged child abuse and two girls (ages 9 and 5) were removed from the home and put in protective custody pending further investigation by officials with the county juvenile office.

•A 25-year-old Summersville man called Nov. 8 to report that a 1997 GMC Jimmy had been stolen from his Highway W property. There are no suspects.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 8:15 p.m. Nov. 6 regarding a report of burglary at a McCullough Drive residence at Licking.

A 58-year-old woman who lives there told the officer a window screen in a bathroom had been removed for access to the home and several items had been swiped, including a 52-inch Sanyo TV valued at $600, a 51-inch Samsung TV valued at $557, pieces of jewelry, a cell phone and some cash. There are no suspects.

•A deputy responded at about noon Nov. 6 to a report of a fight between a man and woman at the Houston branch of the Texas County Library. The fighters were gone when the officer arrived, but the woman was later located and the 12-hour rule was put in place between her and the man.

•A woman called at about 7 p.m. Nov. 7 to request a well-being check on a possibly suicidal man at a U.S. 63 residence at Licking. An officer determined the man wasn’t home, but made contact with him by phone. He said he had had a bad day but wasn’t thinking of harming himself.

•A woman called Nov. 6 to report that neighbors were playing loud music that was disturbing her baby at her Roberson Drive residence at Houston. An officer contacted the neighbors and warned them about disturbing the peace.

•A Roby woman called at about 4:15 a.m. Nov. 5 to report someone trying to break into her Slabtown Road residence.

An investigating officer was unable to locate a suspect, but observed a window about six inches open. The woman told the officer she thought the person responsible might have been a woman she had recently had a disagreement with.

•A man called at about 7 p.m. Nov. 4 to report someone trying to get into a vehicle at his Highway 17 residence at Bucyrus. An investigating officer was unable to locate a suspect, and observed that the vehicle’s doors were locked and there were no fingerprints on the door handles.

•A 46-year-old man came to the TCSD office on Nov. 5 to report someone squatting at a farmhouse he owns on Murr Road at Cabool.

The man produced several items with another man’s name on them that he said had been found inside the home. He told an officer he didn’t want to pursue charges, but wanted the other man warned to stay out of the house.

•At about 12:30 p.m. Oct. 29, a woman reported five pigs on the roadway at Barry Road in Cabool.

An investigating officer made contact with the pigs’ owner and assisted him in walking them three miles back to where they came from.

Texas County Jail admissions

Nov. 2

Curtis L. Drake – burglary

Shane L. Davault – DWI

Tyson R. Warner – DWI, resisting arrest

Nov. 3

Bradley G. Bell – DWI

Curtis A. Stroud – Dent County hold

Bradley J. Wickman – Dent County hold

Lerenda L. Smith – Wright County hold

Danny D. Brown – harassment

Matthew J. Ramsey – possession of controlled substance

Dave A. Bressie – 5-day commitment

Nov. 5

Dustin R. Studdard – DWI

Andrew B. Lewis – assault

David W. Barton – unlawful possession of firearm

Bruce B. Palmer – forgery, stealing

Jamie R. Feringa – non-support

Nov. 6

Aleksander Tadzhibayev – DWI

Israel Casares – possession of controlled substance resisting arrest

Jacob S. Gilpatrick – stealing motor vehicle, DWI

Christopher J. Daugherty – Department of Corrections hold

Kayla M. Irons – possession of marijuana and paraphernalia

Nov. 7

Roger G. Hill 

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