Houston officers recently handled several investigations. 

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

•A 54-year-old woman reported on Jan. 2 that someone had broken into a locked bedroom at her Broadway Street residence and stole numerous items with a total value of $1,720.

The woman named a man as a suspect and investigation continues.

•Corey J. Fitzpatrick, 35, of 137 Junction St. at Raymondville, was issued citations for carrying a concealed weapon and first-degree trespassing after an incident at Walmart on Jan. 11.

An officer was dispatched to Walmart at about 9:30 a.m. regarding a report of a trespasser. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with a Walmart manager who said Fitzpatrick was in the store after being banned from all Walmart properties in October 2014.

The officer then made contact with Fitzpatrick who stated he knew he wasn’t supposed to be in the store. After arresting Fitzpatrick on the trespassing charge, the officer proceeded to find two knives on his person, including a 10 1/2 long gurkha knife. He was taken to the Texas County Jail, fingerprinted and released.

•Bobby W. Williams, 23, of 11927 Mallard Road at Licking, was arrested Jan. 12 for having an active Texas County warrant for driving while intoxicated, resisting arrest, stealing, careless and imprudent driving and driving while revoked. An officer made the arrest at the state probation and parole office after being advised Williams was there. He was taken to the Texas County Jail where he was unable to post $150,000 bond.

•Anthony D. Long, 35, of 614 N. Second St. in Houston, was cited for unlawful disposal of solid waste on Jan. 11.

Long was cited after a pair of officers investigated a report of trash dumped on a hillside behind his residence. Upon arrival, the officers observed a large amount of trash that appeared to have been recently dumped. A box with Long’s name on it was found, and he admitted the offense after being asked.

•Chad W. Hutsell, 27, of 8030 Indiana Road in Houston, was cited for displaying the plates of another on Jan. 8.

•Megan L. Neal, 33, of 210 W. Steffens St. in Houston, was arrested Jan. 6 for having an active Texas County warrant for stealing under $500.

An officer made the arrest after responding to a report that a woman driving an older model white Ford truck had attempted to swipe candy from Casey General Store on South Sam Houston Blvd. The officer located a truck matching the description and made a traffic stop just north of Highway B.

After making contact with the driver, the officer recognized her as Neal, and knew she had a warrant and that her driver’s license was revoked. She was taken to the Texas County Jail on the warrant and held without bond. The officer noted in a report that Neal had eight prior driving while revoked convictions and a probable cause statement was sent to the county prosecutor seeking another.

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