The following are excerpts from just some of the reports recently generated by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:
•A deputy was dispatched at about 6:35 p.m. Feb. 3 after a woman called to report that her 35-year-old daughter was drunk and yelling at her and her grandson at their U.S. 63 residence at Houston.
Upon arrival, the daughter had left the residence in an unknown direction with her husband and officers were unable to locate her. The grandmother declined to press charges.
Deputies returned to the same house at about 6 a.m. the next day, and this time the daughter was arrested and issued a citation for fourth-degree domestic assault.
Melissa J. Klubek, 35, of 9376 U.S. 63 in Houston, was cited and taken to jail for a 12-hour hold period.
•The pastor of Faith Fellowship church west of Houston called Jan. 31 to report that a man who the church has a full order of protection against may have violated that order by posting things that appear to refer to Faith Fellowship on his Facebook page (although the church’s name isn’t mentioned).
The man had allegedly made threats against the church in an incident last summer. A report was sent to the county prosecutor.
•A 69-year-old Cabool woman reported on Jan. 31 that several checks of hers had been stolen from her Airport Road residence and passed.
A 61-year-old St. Louis man and a 27-year-old Ava man are suspects in the case. Investigation continues.
•A 48-year-old Houston man reported on Jan. 30 that his 39-year-old soon-to-be-former wife was breaking into his Highway E residence and taking back her items.
A window was reportedly broken in a storage building behind the house, and the man said he believed she broke it. Investigation continues.
•A deputy responded on Jan. 30 to a request by a Division of Family Services investigator about alleged abuse of a 6-year-old boy at a Reed Road residence at Licking.
There officer determined that the allegations of abuse were unfounded. But while on scene, contact was made with a woman who reportedly lied about her identity.
The woman’s true identity was ultimately determined, and a computer check revealed she had an active Dent County felony warrant for possession of a controlled substance.
Amy J. Jackson, 35, of 11305 Reed Road at Licking, was arrested and taken to the Texas County Jail, where she was held without bond on the capias warrant. A probable cause statement was sent to the county prosecutor seeking a false identity charge.
•A 55-year-old Huggins woman reported on Feb. 4 that her 53-year-old husband’s 1990 Toyota pickup had been stolen from their Highway AH residence. There are no suspects.
•A man reported on Feb. 4 that all of the contents of a storage unit of his at Highway BB and U.S. 63 at Licking had been stolen. There are no suspects.
Steven Collins – stealing
Wayne Metroz – writ
George C. Cook – Webster County hold
Sherry Hunter – burglary, theft
James Ledrele – possession of controlled substance, resisting arrest
Joshua Laster – Crawford County hold
Rocky D. Morgan – driving while suspended, resisting arrest
Jon M. Larue – Boone County hold
Clint A. Smotherman – possession of controlled substance
Dustin R. Studdard – possession of controlled substance
Michael J. Farris – stealing
Chase A. Duggar – possession of marijuana
Brandy R. Dewolfe – resisting/interfering with arrest for felony
Joseph A. Dwan – DWI
David L. Griggs – driving while revoked
Jackson C. Morgan – driving while revoked
Kandice R. Pearson – driving without a valid license
Kerry Brooks – peace disturbance, resisting arrest
Michael Mitchell – driving while suspended
Dustin L. Blaire – failure to pay
Thomas A. Sawyer – failure to appear
Angela D. Briggs – failure to appear
Jena Ringwell-Hurley – stealing