The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:
•A deputy was dispatched at about 8 p.m. Aug. 19 regarding a report of truck stolen from a Highway C residence near Licking.
A 40-year-old man there told the officer the 1976 Ford pickup had been swiped from a Buffalo Road location, likely within a two-week period. There are no suspects.
•A deputy on Aug. 19 investigated a report of a burglary at a Morgan Road residence at Elk Creek.
A 28-year-old man told the officer several items had been swiped from 68-year-old mother’s property, including a Diamond car hauler trailer valued at $2,000, a Honda ATV wortht $800 and a Whirlpool dryer at $100. The man said a washing machine had been moved to the front door, but was not stolen.
There are no suspects.
•A deputy on July 22 investigated a report of a theft at a Union Road residence at Cabool.
A 35-year-old woman who lives there told the officer a computer, cell phone and tablet with a total value of $1,075 had been swiped. A 37-year old Mountain View man is a suspect.
•A deputy on Aug. 13 investigated damage reported to a skid steer at a Holmes Road property at Cabool.
According to information provided by the Cabool Police Department, a 31-year-old St. Louis man who owns the unit stated its front door glass was broken out, the side and rear windows had been spray-painted white, electrical wiring from the quick-detach bucket had been cut, and the joystick controls and computer faceplate had been spray-painted white. Investigation is ongoing.
•A deputy was dispatched at about 6:45 p.m. Aug. 17 regarding a report of a peace disturbance at a Highway 17 residence at Bucyrus after a woman reported extremely loud music coming from a home about five houses down the road.
Upon arrival, the officer was able to hear the music referred to and made contact with a 35-year-old man and a woman at the location. The man told the officer he is a DJ and was tweaking his equipment for an upcoming event.
The officer told the man the complaint was the second in two days from people around a curve from where he lives, and he would be cited if complaints continued. The man and woman said they understood and turned the music down at the time.
•Deputies responded to a Hog Creek Road property at Houston at about 11:20 p.m. Aug. 17 to assist an ambulance crew after a man called 911 to report that his brother had attempted to commit suicide by hanging himself from a tree with an extension cord.
Two men and a woman who were witnesses were interviewed and the man was flown by helicopter to a hospital in Columbia.
•A 34-year-old Houston man was arrested Aug. 8 after allegedly sending photos to a 29-year-old woman’s phone of himself burning the woman’s clothing.
Texas County Jail admissions
Erik S. Warren – endangering the welfare of a child, drug charges
Melissa Shafer – endangering the welfare of a child, drug charges
Lailla A. Storey – careless and imprudent driving involving accident
Samantha L. Burleson – burglary/stealing
Amy C. Lawson – assault
Harry L. Shaffer – possession of controlled substance
Eric Branson – non-support
Jessica Shokey – ship to MDOC
Aaron M. Whitman – non-support
William Dickerson – ship to MDOC
Andrew Pollvgot – writ
Roger C. Hill – ship to MDOC
Wesley K. Dailey – 30-day commitment
Kyle L. Ross – Callaway County warrant
Tyler D. Flores – warrant
Missie J. Collins – driving while revoked
Richard R. Talkington – 48-hour commitment
George Williams Jr. – robbery, possession of controlled substance
Jared L. King – Shannon County hold
Robert J. Bush Jr. – non-support
Ryan D. Pettit – stealing motor vehicle – water craft
Crystal D. Clark – failure to appear
Taylor W. Dewolfe – 48-hour commitment
Brandon J.L. Giller – warrants
Rebecca J. Tune – 24-hour commitment
Jasmine N. Atkinson – property damage, burglary, assault, resisting
Shyanne K. Melton – traffic violations
Austin D. Duncan – driving while suspended
Kody Devall – DWI
Travis Manon – Rogersville PD hold
Stacy L. Treacy – Mountain View warrant
Kyle R. Marsnick – DWI