The following are excerpts from just some of the reports recently generated by the Houston Police Department:

•Ty A.J. Huff, 26, of 1208 Orchard Grove Ave. in Houston, was issued a citation for careless and imprudent driving on Nov. 20.

•Kaleb L. Robinson, 18, of 205 W. Steffens St. in Houston, was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way after an accident involving three vehicles Nov. 20 at U.S. 63 and Brushy Creek Drive.

•Kristina M. Hock, 33, of 104 Acorn Lane in Houston, was cited on Nov. 23 for allowing an animal to run at large – third offense.

•Blake A. Harrison, 18, of 9096 Highway 17 in Bucyrus, was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way after a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 63 in front of Walmart at about 6 p.m. Nov. 19.

•On Nov. 1, a Walmart official reported that a man had urinated on the floor in the men’s clothing department.

An investigating officer viewed store surveillance video of the incident, but was unable to identify the suspect. He was driving a red Ford F-150, but the officer was unable to read the license plate number. Investigation continues.

•A 42-year-old woman reported on Nov. 13 that a Samsung phone and case valued at $470 had been stolen from her 10-year-old daughter while she was at school.

The woman told an investigating officer that the phone had an app on it that could reveal its location. The officer went to a Dooley Street address where the app showed the phone was, and made contact with a man and woman there who stated they had a 10-year-old daughter. The two spoke with their daughter and she admitted to having the phone after swiping it from the other girl’s backpack.

The phone was returned and a report was sent to the county juvenile office. 

•An employee of the Office Bar on Grand Avenue reported on Nov. 15 that a 42-year-old Houston man had passed a counterfeit $100 bill on Nov. 9 to purchase drinks and a few games of pool.

An investigating officer made contact with the man on Nov. 16 and he claimed to have used a $10 bill to make the purchases.

The employee also said a 40-year-old Houston man had done the same thing on Nov. 13. An officer attempted to contact the man, without success.

Reports on both incidents were sent to the county prosecutor.

•Bobbie M. Crawford, 38, of 211 N. Grand Ave., Apt. 106, in Houston, was arrested Nov. 23 for having an active Texas County felony warrant for possession of a controlled substance.

An officer who knew of the warrant made the arrest at Crawford’s residence at about 6:15 p.m. She was taken to jail and held without bond on the capias warrant.

•On Nov. 30, an officer investigated a report of vandalism and property damage at Brown’s Shoe Store on Grand Avenue.

The store owner showed the officer several chips and holes in a store front window. The officer determined the damage was likely done by a pellet gun.

The officer looked at windows at other nearby stores and businesses, but found no other damage. There are no suspects.

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