Deputies responded to many calls in the county recently. 

The following are excerpts from just some of the reports recently generated by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:

•Krystal Glover, 25, of RR 1 Box 174-E at Willow Springs, was issued a citation on June 20 for willfully refusing to obey a law enforcement officer.

Glover was cited after a deputy was advised at about 9:30 a.m. that a woman with an active Texas County warrant was inside a car in the parking lot of the county justice center in Houston. The officer made contact with the woman – Glover – and she locked herself in the vehicle while she was on her phone.

Glover was asked by the deputy to open the door and refused. A deputy reached through a partially open window and unlocked a door.

Glover was asked again to step out of the vehicle but said she wouldn’t until she was through with her call, according to a report. She was removed from the vehicle and resisted, but was detained and escorted to jail, where she posted $2,000 bond and was released.

•A deputy was dispatched at about 7:50 p.m. June 14 regarding a report of an unruly 16-year-old girl at a Hartville Road residence at Licking.

The officer made contact with the girl’s foster parents, a 41-year-old man and 38-year-old woman, who said the girl had become angry and hit their 6-month-old child with a pool noodle, ripped the sliding screen door off of its tracks, broke windows by throwing rocks at the house and threatened to kill them.

The officer spoke with the girl and she reportedly admitted to the death threat and said she gets mad whenever the foster parents tell her to do something.

The pair reportedly stated they couldn’t handle the girl and wanted her removed from their home. The officer left the girl in the pair’s custody and she was later released to her caseworker.

•A 42-year-old Cabool man reported on June 12 that a Jamison .380-caliber pistol was missing from his Bado Road residence. The man said he believed he lost the gun while baling hay and it might have been picked up by the baler and ended up inside a bale of hay.

•A 56-year-old Cabool man reported on June 9 that a 1999 GMC Tahoe valued at $5,000 had been stolen from a shop on Highway 181.

The man told an investigating officer the vehicle contained numerous tools, a Ruger pistol, a box of paperwork from a trucking business and several uncashed checks. The vehicle was recovered two days later on Panther Creek Road. All of the contents were reportedly still inside, along with the keys. There are no suspects.

•Deputies were dispatched June 19 regarding a report of family members trying to prevent a man from committing suicide at a Highway VV residence at Licking.

Upon arrival, officer observed three people holding the man, 41, on the ground. He was reportedly making statements about harming himself.

The man was handcuffed and taken to the Texas County Jail, and placed in the rubber room while arrangements were made for a 96-hour mental evaluation.

•Deputies were dispatched at about 12:30 a.m. June 19 regarding a report of people disturbing the peace at the Baptist Camp river access on Highway RA south of Houston.

The officers made contact with six minor teenagers there – five boys and a girl – who were found to be in possession of alcohol. They were each issued citations for minor in possession of alcohol and advised to call someone to give them a ride and remove their vehicles.

The girl initially told officers she was 17 years old, but she was actually 15. She was taken to the Texas County Jail and her mother was contacted.

A probable cause statement was sent to the county juvenile office seeking charges against her.

•Aaron W. Davis, 28, of 130 Chick Johnston St. in Raymondville, was arrested June 14 for having an active Texas County warrant (of unreported nature).

The arrest was made by a deputy providing security coverage at the Raymondville Picnic. Davis was taken to jail with a bond set at $150,000.

•On June 5, information was received about a trailer and welder that had been reported stolen in Douglas County being found on Finley Road at Cabool. Officers responded and found the equipment, and Douglas County authorities were contacted.

•A deputy was dispatched June 13 after a 61-year-old Houston woman reported that a mobile home valued at $3,500 had been swiped from a property on U.S. 63.

The woman told the officer she had video showing a black truck pulling the trailer and two white trucks traveling with it. There are no suspects. 

Texas County Jail admissions

June 17

Gary H. Esely – possession of controlled substance

Shawn K. Soto – Six-month commitment

Amber L. Vanalstine – possession of controlled substance, driving while revoked, speeding

Jacob D. Allred – writ

Jacob L. Murphy – arson

Alexus N. Henson – burglary, receiving stolen property

Austin D. Duncan – failure to appear

Susan E. Brown – property damage

June 18

Clint A. Smotherman – possession of controlled substance, unlawful possession of firearm, driving while revoked

Faith E. Morris – stealing

Robert H. Wilson – Wright County hold

Jennifer D. Hendrix – passing bad check

Ida M. Gott – assault

Bridgette M. Prock – 72-hour commitment

June 19

Rocky D. Morgan – driving while revoked

June 20

Krystal M. Glover – driving while revoked, speeding

James T. Hart – possession of controlled substance

Mark J. Castillo – driving while suspended

Andrew S. Bradford – DWI

Sharon L. Barton – invalid license

June 21

Anthony Dickman – receiving stolen property

Jessica L. Shockley – stealing

Shawn T. Sisler – no valid license

Daniel L. Hale – 48-hour commitment

Tyson R. Warner – resisting arrest

Skyla L. Dodd – driving without a license

June 22

Chad L. Cooper – 48-hour commitment

Chad M. Arnold – 48-hour commitment

Eryn M. Garrison – driving without a license

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