The following are excerpts from just some of the reports recently generated by the Houston Police Department:
•Joseph L. Treacy, 49, of 17765 Highway B at Houston, was issued a citation for stealing under $750 after allegedly shoplifting at Walmart on Feb. 6.
•William D. Corman, 46, of 104 Cedar St. in Houston, was cited Feb. 1 for operating a motorcycle when not motorcycle qualified and no insurance.
An officer who knew from prior contacts that Cornman was not motorcycle qualified wrote the ticket after observing Corman on a black motorcycle at Grand Avenue and Walnut Street and then conducting a traffic stop.
•Matthew L. McCain, 30, of 7667 Maries Lane in Houston, was cited on Feb. 9 for failure to register a motor vehicle.
•Thomas A. Sawyer, 17, of 16883 Ridge Road in Houston, was issued citations on Feb. 9 for failure to register a motor vehicle, displaying plates of another and no insurance.
•Lori B. Beasley, 58, of Rt. 1, Box 142-A in Summersville, was cited for failure to yield resulting in an accident after a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 63 at about 11:30 a.m. Feb. 8.
•David L. Griggs, 42, of 8063 U.S. 63 in Houston, was issued a citation for driving while revoked on Feb. 8.
•Ashley F. Garrett, 31, of 13819 Highway C at Licking, was issued citations for driving while revoked, operating a motor vehicle with expired plates and no insurance after a traffic stop on Spruce Street at about 6:45 p.m. Feb. 1.
•Edith A. Wen, 37, of 17185 Rusty Road at Houston, was cited on Feb. 8 for driving while suspended.
•A representative of Texas County Memorial Hospital reported on Feb. 5 that a female employee had observed two men taking bricks from pallets behind a maintenance building on hospital property on the previous Saturday.
The representative told an investigating officer he was unsure how many bricks were taken. The officer was unable to contact the female employee at the phone number she provided. Investigation continues.
•An officer was dispatched at about 5:05 p.m. Feb. 1 regarding a domestic disturbance involving a man and woman at a King Street residence.
Upon arrival, the officer separated the two people who were engaged in a verbal dispute. Both parties reportedly told the officer they had been arguing over going to the woman’s son’s birthday party.
The man, 47, said the woman had struck him in the head, but the officer didn’t observe any evidence of the contact. The woman, 37, said the man had slugged her in the stomach, but the officer didn’t see any signs of that blow, either.
The 12-hour rule was put into effect and no charges were sought.
•Jackson C. Morgan, 42, of 902 W. Highway 17 in Houston, was arrested Feb. 8 for having an active Texas County warrant for driving while revoked. Morgan was taken to jail where he was unable to post $25,000 bond.