Police police recently handled several investigations. 

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

•Samuel A. Hockman, 22, of West Plains, was issued as citation for stealing under $750 after allegedly shoplifting from Walmart on May 16. His girlfriend – Dominique S. Hood, 23, of Summersville – was cited for first-degree trespassing after being banned from all Walmart properties on Jan. 26.

•Patrick R. Fuwell, 18, of Brushy Creek Road in Houston (address not reported) was issued citations for driving while intoxicated – drug condition and operating a vehicle with no tail lamp after a traffic stop on Highway 17 at about 9:30 p.m. May 20.

An officer made the stop after observing a red 1997 Dodge Dakota traveling with no operable tail lamps. After making contact with the driver, the officer noticed he had bloodshot, watery, glassy eyes and asked him when he had last smoked marijuana. Fuwell replied about 45 minutes earlier, and field sobriety tests were conducted.

Her was taken to the Texas County Jail, fingerprinted and released to a sober driver.

•Anthony W. Wiley, 32, of 203 South St. in Houston, was cited for allowing an animal to run at large after a dog he owns allegedly attacked another dog being walked on a leash on May 24.

•Jonas I. Rowland, 19, of 107B Cedar St. in Houston, was issued citations for driving while suspended, failure to stop at a posted stop sign and minor in possession of alcohol by consumption after a traffic stop on Bryan Steet at about 4:50 p.m. May 28.

An officer made the stop after observing a blue 2003 Ford Focus travel through a four-way stop intersection at Chestnut and Bryant without stopping. After making contact with the driver, the officer observed beer and liquor in the back seat, but a 21-year-old man in the car said it was his.

The officer asked Rowland if she would submit to a portable breath test and she agreed. She was taken to the Texas County Jail, fingerprinted and released.

•Eva C. Kinnaird, 37, of 205 Maplecrest St. in Licking, was arrested June 1 for having an active Texas County warrant for felony domestic assault.

An officer made the arrest at the private probation office in Houston after being advised Kinnaird was there. She was taken to the Texas County Jail where she was unable to post $100,000 bond.

•Shyola J. Snelson, 28, of Pear Ridge Road at Cabool (address not reported) was arrested June 1 for having an active Texas County warrant for non-support.

An officer made the arrest at the private probation and parole office in Houston after being advised Snelson was there. She was taken to the Texas County Jail where she posted $50,000 bond and was released.

•Amie J. Stokes, 39, of 115 S. Oak Crest Drive in Houston, was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia on June 2.

Stokes was cited after officers responded to a Texas County deputy’s report that a strong chemical odor was coming from her house. Upon arrival, officers advised Stokes why they were there and asked for consent to search. She reportedly said there was nothing to find and agreed.

During the search, several drug-related items were found, including multiple smoking devices and digital scales. The items were seized as evidence and Stokes was taken to jail for fingerprinting.

•David V. Ortega, 34, of 1910 Harlow Street in Hartshorn, was cited for peace disturbance on June 3 for allegedly threatening to kill a 29-year-old man who was working at Orscheln Farm and Home in Houston.

An officer cited Ortega after determining he had threatened the other man because he had been texting Ortega’s girlfriend. The other man told the officer he only texts her because he babysits her daughter.

Ortega was reported told to stay away from the man and the store.

•Nicholas E. Berriault, 33, of 309 Holt St. in Houston, was cited for driving while suspended and failure to register a motor vehicle after a traffic stop on June 4.

•Dacquary J. Thurman, 18, of 142 Elm St. in Raymondville, was arrested June 5 for having an active Texas County warrant for delivery of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid, and endangering the welfare of a child. An officer made the arrest after making a traffic stop and finding that Thurman was the driver.

Thurman was also cited for operating a vehicle with no operable headlamp. He was taken to jail where he was unable to post $250,000 bond.

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