Here are investigations handled by the Texas County Sheriff's Department that were released during the last week. 

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

•A Mountain Grove man reported on Sept. 5 that a Rolex watch valued at $11,000 had been stolen from his briefcase during a trip to Lubbock, Texas.

The man told a deputy that he had stopped once in Chandler, Okla., and once in Corgan, Texas, before arriving in Lubbock. There are no suspects.

•A deputy responded after a Cabool woman reported hearing gunshots near her Airport Road residence after dark on Sept. 1. The officer was unable to hear any gunfire.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 8:35 p.m. Aug. 24 regarding a report that a woman’s son had received a text message from his girlfriend indicating her father had killed her mother.

The officer went to the Highway 32 residence where the family in question lived and after investigation determined the report was false.

•On Sept. 4, deputies assisted Licking police with an investigation regarding an incident between two juveniles on a Licking school bus.

A 32-year-old woman reported that her 12-year-old son had been assaulted on the bus. The deputies traveled to her house and gathered information, and then passed it on to Licking police.

•A 28-year-old Mountain Grove woman reported on Sept. 2 that a Murray riding mower valued at $1,000 had been swiped from her Highway AD residence. There are no suspects.

•A deputy was dispatched on Aug. 22 to assist a Cabool police officer with a suicidal man at a Cedar Bluff Road residence. The man, 53, was extremely intoxicated and threatening to kill himself. He agreed to be taken by ambulance to Texas County Memorial Hospital and commit himself.

•A 47-year-old Licking man reported on Sept. 1 that he had been assaulted by two females at his Highway 32 residence.

Upon arrival, an investigating deputy observed that the driveways to the house had been barricaded. The officer was able to make entry by driving through a ditch.

The officer then made contact with the man and he stated the assailants – ages 43 and 18 – were in the basement. The deputy put them in restraints and took them to jail, and a report was sent to the county prosecutor.

Texas County Jail admissions

Aug. 31

Matthew J. Ramsey – assault, driving while revoked

Nathanie McMullen – possession of controlled substance

Brandon J. Brimm – possession of controlled substance

Alexandra A. Caldwell – 24-hour commitment

Taylor W. Dewolfe – 24-hour commitment

Kristin G. Norris – unlawful possession of firearm, possession of controlled substance

Sept. 1

Tracy L. Mendenhall – DWI

Debra K. Russell – stealing

Catherine M. Sybert – DWI, stealing

Sarah K. Corbin – Phelps County warrant

Sept. 2

Evan M. Hensley – parole warrant

Anthony D. Long – driving while revoked, failure to strap in child

Sept. 3

Adam L. Kirkwood – possession of controlled substance

Samantha D. Dennis – two warrants

Steven W. Holden – drug charges

Jason R. Hall – driving while suspended

James D. Nix – failure to appear

Eryn M. Garrison – failure to appear

Cody J. Westmoreland – writ

Sept. 4

Ivan P. Barton – violation of order of protection

Bethany M. Hall – possession of controlled substance, driving while revoked

Amanda J. Thompson – 48-hour commitment

Lisa Sisler – 48-hour commitment

Joshua E. Purcell – driving while revoked

Patrick L. Vaughn – 24-hour shock

Richard E. Ziesman Jr. – failure to appear

Aaron Whitman – Wright County hold

Sept. 5

Regina L. Cox – operating motor vehicle with expired driver’s license

Jeffrey A. Brooks – tampering with motor vehicle

Timothy A. Edwards – stealing

Jason A. Pittman – failure to appear

Nadatha S. Walker – Houston city warrant

Jeffrey A. Stocum – warrant

Sept. 6

Zachary Thurman – stealing

Michael P. Deardorff – leaving scene of motor vehicle accident

Michael D. Sullins – drug charges

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