Authorities are investigating several crimes in the county.

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

•A 47-year-old Licking man reported on Nov. 22 that a black 2004 Chevrolet pickup valued at $5,000 had been stolen from a relative’s U.S. 63 residence.

The man told an investigating deputy that several items with a total value of $40 were inside the vehicle. Investigation is ongoing.

•A deputy investigated a reported domestic assault Nov. 25 at a Highway 137 residence at Raymondville.

A 44-year-old man at the location told the officer his 27-year-old wife had blocked his truck from getting onto the highway and then ran up to it and began hitting him in the face. The man said he grabbed the woman arm to stop her, and when he let go she went to her car and grabbed a tire iron.

The man said he then began recording her actions with a phone.

The officer made contact with the woman to serve her a protection order, and she reportedly said the man had almost broken her arm during the incident, and had assaulted her in the past.

The next day, the woman came to the TCSD office and stated she had never hit her husband, and that he was trying to keep her kids from her.

A report was sent to the county prosecutor.

•A deputy responded on Nov. 29 to a report of a domestic dispute at a Dogwood Road residence at Mountain Grove.

A 28-year-old woman there told the officer that she and her boyfriend were in a custody dispute and he had accidentally shot her in the leg with a BB gun. She declined medical attention and said she didn’t wish to pursue charges.

•A 54-year-old Plato man reported that several checks had been taken from his business and used to make unauthorized withdrawals from an account.

The man named a 28-year-old Licking woman as a suspect. Investigation is ongoing. It occurred June 13.

•A 53-year-old Houston resident reported on Sept. 26 the he had given a 26-year-old Plato man a check for $1,153 for fencing work at his Forrest Drive residence.

The man told an investigating officer that the work is not done and that he had tried contacting the fencing man several times without success. A report was sent to the county prosecutor.

Texas County Jail admissions

Nov. 23

Dominique S. Hood – arson, burglary, DWI, possession of controlled substance

Tommy D. Perkins – driving while suspended

Darryl F. Harris – non-support

Robbie M. Hebblethwait – possession of controlled substance

Nov. 24

Larissa M. Easter – possession of controlled substance, probation violation

Clinton A. Reeves – failure to appear

Kory R. Tipton – Laclede County hold

Steven W. Holden – possession of controlled substance, endangering the welfare of a child

Amy D. Enloe – assault

Nov. 25

Ryan S. Davis – possession of controlled substance, resisting arrest, tampering with a motor vehicle

Nov. 26

Ned C. Sneiderman – assault, resisting arrest

James E. Dodd – driving while revoked

Jennifer Hendrix – stealing

Justin P. Giller – writ

David T. Korrok – drug charge

Nov. 27

Kobe A. Hicks – failure to appear

Tina M. Dow – failure to appear

Wesley A. Choate – probation and parole warrant

Steven P. Galbreath – failure to appear

Nov. 28

James T. Martin – 48-hour commitment

Vicki Hebert – stealing

Nov. 29

Wilson L. Kinzi – possession of controlled substance

Nov. 30

Justin R. Appleburg – failure to appear

William T. Hebert – burglary, tampering with a motor vehicle

Brandy R. Dewolfe – resisting arrest

Samuel L. Giller – possession of controlled substance

Skye C. Marler – possession of controlled substance, driving while revoked

Dec. 1

Victor L. Hall – driving while revoked, forgery

Jerry Bay – driving while suspended

Dec. 2

Diane M. Thomas – traffic offenses

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