Thursday, September 13, 2018

4:22am A man requested a welfare check on his wife who was at a residence on North Newsom.  The woman was located and everything was fine.

10: 39am A resident reported she had received a phone call advising she had won money. The caller wanted her to meet them at the Wal Mart parking lot. The resident did not meet the caller, but wanted to report the scam.

11:32am A report was received involving a man in a U Haul truck at the Wal Mart parking lot asking for money.  An officer responded to the location, but the man had left the location before the officer arrived.

1:47pm A welfare concern was reported when a man stated he was calling a friend and it sounded as if the phone was being answered, but no one could talk. The friend was located on Goodson Circle and everything was fine.

Friday, September 14, 2018

7:41am A business on Greenville Avenue reported a woman asleep near a vehicle in the parking lot. An officer checked on the woman and found the woman was an employee at the business and she had worked all night. The woman had locked her keys in her car and was waiting for her husband to pick her up.   

12:54pm A wallet was located near the gas pumps at Brookshire’s and turned in to the police department.  The owner was contacted and the wallet was returned.

1:02pm A wallet was found on the roadway on North Pacific Street by a man walking and turned in to the police department. The owner was located and the wallet was returned.

1:31pm A resident on Wells Street reported her ex-husband was harassing her and she was afraid of him.  A directed patrol was issued for her residence.

4:01pm A resident on Landers Street reported a verbal disagreement and requested an officer. An officer responded to the location and spoke with both parties involved.  

4:34pm Kayla Elizabeth Tennyson, 28 of Mineola was arrested for a Dallas County warrant.  Tennyson was stopped on North Pacific Street by an officer for a traffic violation and found to have an active warrant for Resisting Arrest, Search or Transport.

6:45pm A man reported he went to his ex-girlfriend’s residence on Rainbow Lane to retrieve his clothing, but while there an argument ensued and she assaulted him. The man advised he assaulted her back.  An officer met with the woman and the man at different locations to investigate the disturbance between the two. Both the man and woman did not wish to file charges and signed a waiver of non- prosecution.  The only injury was a scratch. A family violence report was filed.

7:24pm Loud music was reported on West Kilpatrick Street. An officer responded to the location, but found that the music was not too loud.

7:36pm A resident on Elliott Street reported a neighbor on South Street was being evicted by the constable and the neighbor was now cursing them and tearing things up. The JP2 Constable reported he had the incident under control.

9:21pm Joey Evat Tave. 32 of Mineola was arrested at a South Pacific business for Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon on premises licensed to sell alcohol, Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Marijuana. Officers were walking into a business and noticed a car parked at the business with an opened alcoholic beverage in the driver’s cup holder. While investigating the situation, the vehicle was found to belong to Tave, whom was in the store at the time. Officers asked Tave outside to speak with him. While doing so, the officer witnessed a baggy of Marijuana hanging from Tave’s pants pocket.  Tave had a 9MM handgun in his waistband and Cocaine in his shirt pocket.

10:59pm A South Street resident reported a known man was circling her home in a truck. She was concerned, because a family member warned her the subject was coming to her residence with a gun. The resident was concerned for her safety.  The subject left before the officers arrived. The officers remained in the area and attempted to locate the subject.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

3:22am A woman approached an officer and reported witnessing someone with a light looking under the hood of a vehicle at a business on East Broad Street. The officer responded to the location and found two vehicles broken down, but one vehicle had headlights on. The key holder of the business was notified and responded to the scene. No one was found at the location.

8:25am An officer was waived down by a witness reporting a possible intoxicated driver on East Broad Street. The officer located the vehicle and found the driver had been eating while driving and was not intoxicated.  

12:40pm A witness reported a dog in a vehicle in the Wal Mart parking lot. An officer responded to the call, but the vehicle was gone upon the officer’s arrival.

2:31pm A theft was reported when a resident on Stone Street reported their grandson took money from them.  The family did not wish to file charges.

3:06pm A suspicious man was reported sitting in a vehicle at a vacant house on West Broad for approximately 2 hours.  An officer responded to the call and found the man was meeting with the owner of the property.

8:40pm An officer assisted EMS on a medical call on Wren Street.

9:22pm A suspicious vehicle was reported sitting in the parking lot of a church on Wigley Street. An officer checked on the vehicle and found it to be a teenager waiting on his girlfriend to call him.



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Sunday, September 16, 2018

7:33am An officer assisted a Wood County Deputy to issue a Criminal Trespass warning to a man on Ivey Street in reference to an incident that occurred in the county.

3:30pm A reckless driver was reported on East Broad Street had ran off the roadway into a ditch. Officers responded to the call and turned the scene over to DPS.

5:20pm Jesse Lee Hasten, 26 of Mineola was arrested for Criminal Trespass and Criminal Mischief.  A disturbance was reported on Elliott Street when Hasten was on the property that he had been previously trespassed from, and he threw a block at a vehicle, causing damage to the vehicle.  

Monday, September 17, 2018

12:28am An officer assisted EMS on a medical call on North Johnson Street.

4:51am A business on North Pacific Street reported a person in the parking lot in a vehicle for over an hour. The reporting party attempted to wake the person up, but could not. An officer responded to the call and found the man to be taking a nap in a lighted area. The man was able to remain in the parking lot to sleep.

11:09am A reckless truck driver was reported at Broad and Pacific Street. The complainant reported the truck ran the red light and cut several cars off, then turned down the alley south of the intersection. An officer responded to the call, but the truck was not there upon his arrival.

3:07pm A disturbance was reported behind the Relax Inn on East Broad Street. Officers responded to the call and found two known individuals that had been arguing. The boyfriend and girlfriend had been kick out of the motel and was waiting for a ride.

7:05pm Samantha Jo Melvin, 28 of Mineola was arrested for Driving While License Invalid (Enhanced) after she was stopped for a traffic violation at West Broad and Line Street.

8:25pm A citizen reported a disturbance on North Pacific Street between a male and female. Officers responded to the call. Officers found the two on Good Street. The two said it was verbal only.

11:24pm An officer assisted EMS on a medical call on McWhorter Street.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

2:14am Officers investigated a suspicious person report on Freeman Street when the caller reported a male and female walking up and down the street and going into yards. The officers did not locate the subjects.

8:57am A welfare concern was reported when a student had a heated argument on the phone with a parent. The student left the school.  Officers went to the residence and checked on the student and parent. Everything was fine. The student reported he was sick.

2:36pm A reckless driver was reported on South Pacific Street. The vehicle pulled into a business. An officer responded to the call, but did not locate the vehicle.

4:42pm Susanne Antionette Gailes, 33 of Mineola was arrested for Driving While License Invalid (enhanced) after she was stopped because the officer had knowledge she did not have a license and he witnessed her driving on Patten Street.

7:21pm Miguel Angel Gonzalez, 36 of Mineola was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine) after he was detained by the officer for suspicious activity on West Broad Street.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

7:16am A reckless driver was reported to be possibly intoxicated on North Pacific Street. An officer was able to find the vehicle and get it stopped on Greenville Avenue. EMS was contacted. The reckless driving was determined to be because of a possible medical issue.

8:30am A dog bite was reported by a man that was walking at University and Giles Street.  The man was bit by two dogs that were running loose. The man sustained minor injuries from the bites.  The dogs were picked up by animal control and placed in quarantine for 10 days.

9:21am A 911 call was received on Sue Lane. The dispatcher was unable to call the caller back. An officer responded to the residence and found that the resident had accidentally hit an alarm on his phone.

10:38am A suspicious vehicle was reported on South Newsom Street when a citizen reported the vehicle was parked in the roadway, so he went to check on the driver. The driver threw the vehicle in reverse and started driving all over the roadway. An officer located the vehicle. The woman said she was looking for an old friend’s residence.

12:01pm A resident on Blair Street reported she was outside when her toddler locked the door to the residence on the inside and locked her outside. The landlord was contacted to bring a key, but the toddler finally unlocked the door before the landlord arrived.   

9:34pm Officers assisted EMS and First Responders with a medical on University Street.

10:11pm Officers were requested by EMS to assist on a medical call on University Street.