Thursday, May 16, 2019

1:55 a.m. A resident on West McDonald Street reported having fuel stolen from his vehicle.

12:01 p.m. Officers assisted on a road rage incident that occurred in Wood County. Officers were able to locate the vehicle on Wood Street and detain the suspect until Wood County could take over.

1:13 p.m. An officer assisted EMS on a medical call on Goodson Circle.

6:23 p.m. A disturbance was reported on North Newsom Street. The caller reported someone was trying to kill her and her father. Officers responded and spoke to all parties. The disturbance was determined to be a verbal altercation with the complainant’s boyfriend.  The two were separated for the night.

7:33 p.m. Walmart reported a shoplifter that had merchandise in their purse and left the parking lot before an officer arrived. A Wood County Deputy was able to get the vehicle stopped just outside the city limits. When our officer approached the suspect, she gave a name that was not on her driver’s license. The officer was able to confirm her identity and found that she had an outstanding Probation Violation warrant out of Wood County. Vicki Payne, 57, of Alba, was arrested for a Violation of Probation warrant, Fail to Identify Fugitive from Justice and Theft with a previous conviction.

7:38 p.m. A caller reported a resident on Graves Street left a key in the door with the door to the vehicle open. The caller reported that the resident that owns the vehicle left with someone else. An officer checked on the situation and got with the resident to let them know they left the car door open.

8:49 p.m. Loud music was reported on North Newsom Street. An officer spoke with the resident and the music was turned down.

8:52 p.m. A suspicious person was reported parked in the parking lot of a business on South Pacific Street. An officer responded, but the vehicle was not there upon the officer’s arrival.

11:51 p.m. A resident on Graves Street reported she had just got home from the hospital and someone had broken into her residence. The officer determined the call to be a civil issue with another roommate.

Friday, May 17, 2019

11:02 a.m. Two motorcycles was reportedly driving recklessly together. The officer was unable to locate the motorcycles, so Wood County S.O. was notified.

11:19 a.m. A dog bite was reported by UT Health in Quitman that occurred at a residence on East McDonald Street. The woman that was bit had a minor injury to the face. The German Shephard was placed in quarantine at the shelter for 10 days.

2:09 p.m. A reckless driver was reported to be following too closely to another vehicle on South Pacific Street. An officer did locate the vehicle, but did not observe a violation.

3:41 p.m. A Burglary of a Habitation was reported by a resident on North Newsom Street that occurred a few weeks earlier. A juvenile that is known to the victim admitted to committing the crime. The juvenile will be processed through Wood County Juvenile Probation.

8:42 p.m. A resident close to the Autumn Winds observed a white male walk around Autumn Winds and then into the wooded area. The man then went back into Autumn Winds. The officer spoke with the employees at the facility and everyone was accounted for.

11:10 p.m. A woman on Sycamore Street heard a noise and noticed that the gate was open at the residence she was staying at and asked for an officer to check the property.  Officers responded to the residence and checked around the area, but did not locate anything suspicious. The officers patrolled the area during the night.

 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

12:57 a.m. A woman on Sycamore Street called and stated she heard a noise on the back porch and wanted an officer to check the property. An officer checked the property again, but did not find anything suspicious.

12:59 a.m. During routine patrol an officer heard a man screaming on West Kilpatrick Street. Officers got out with the man that was on foot in attempt to find out what was wrong with him. Officers located some friends and transported the man to their residence. The man was written a citation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia that was found on his person.

4:14 a.m. Officers assisted Wood County by looking for a man that left his residence in the County in his vehicle after becoming angry with his wife.  The man’s wife reported she was following him and the last place she saw him was Loop 654 and Hwy. 69.

11:08 a.m. A man reported a welfare concern when his sister called him and told him she was locked up in a bedroom because she and her boyfriend were fighting. The man reported when he tried to call his sister back she did not answer. Dispatch attempted contact with her as well, with no answer. An officer went to the location and spoke with the tenants of the residence. The residents denied that anyone else was there besides the small children. The officer found the woman in a bedroom with her bags already packed. She was transported to the office to be picked up by her family. No charges were filed.

11:17 a.m. Kelly Drug called about someone leaving their driver’s license. Dispatch was able to get in touch with the person and they went to the store to pick the license up.

12:08 p.m. a welfare concern was reported in reference to small children playing in the street on Gerald. An officer responded to the area, but did not find any children in the street.

1:00 p.m. A woman on Sycamore Street reported damage to her vehicle while parked at the residence overnight. The officer looked at the vehicle and found the damage was from the bumper having a zip tie that had broken and caused the damage.

3:48 p.m. Aaron’s reported a theft of service when a customer rented some property, but did not pay for it and did not return the property.

7:02 p.m. A resident on East McDonald Street had a cable line down in the driveway and needed to leave, but did not want to drive over the cable. An officer went out and checked the line, then moved it out of her way.

8:33 p.m. A welfare concern was reported by a mother when her daughter and boyfriend were arguing and had been standing in a parking lot on North Pacific Street for over an hour. An officer made contact with them and found that no assault had occurred. One party went to stay at a friend’s residence.

8:49 p.m. A resident on North Johnson Street reported a suspicious male going door to door asking about internet service.

9:02 p.m. A vehicle was reported stolen at the VFW and was located a few hours later on West Kilpatrick Street. The suspect has been identified and charges are pending.

9:43 p.m. An officer assisted EMS with a medical call on West Broad Street.

 

Sunday, May 19, 2019

1:12 a.m. A suspicious person was reported when a man knocked on the door of a residence on Phillips Street and asked the reporting party if they lived there and said a friend sent him.  The man continued to stand in their yard talking on the phone. The male subject was identified and known by officers. He did not commit a crime. The man was transported to his residence.

8:19 a.m. An officer assisted a woman to get her phone from a vehicle she left it in at a residence in the city. An officer got the phone and took it to the reporting party.

9:29 a.m. A welfare concern was reported by EMS at a residence on North Newsom Street. EMS was contacted by the family for a medical call, but the female would not come out of a locked bathroom. An officer spoke with her and calmed her down. She was not transported and everything was fine.

11:21 a.m. A church on West Broad Street reported a suspicious male acting very strange that was inside the church. The officer knew the male upon his arrival. The male left the church on foot.

11:56 a.m. A resident on North Newsom reported his pickup was stolen. The resident reported he left the keys in the vehicle. The vehicle was entered stolen. The vehicle was recovered at EZ Mart by an officer in the early morning hours of Monday, May 20, 2019.  The male driving the vehicle reported that he had borrowed the vehicle from someone and had the text messages to prove it. The case is still under investigation and charges are pending.

12:25 p.m. A man called from a convenience store on South Pacific Street and wanted to meet with an officer in reference to his daughter’s stolen cell phone. The officer was stopped by a train and the man was gone upon the officer’s arrival.

12:51 p.m. A resident on Molly Street reported some tools stolen from his garage overnight. The stolen tools were believed to be linked to the stolen vehicle on Newsom Street, but when the pickup was recovered the tools were not located.

1:12 p.m. A man reported he was being harassed by someone that kept leaving notes on his vehicle in the Walmart parking lot claiming that he had hit their vehicle. The man said this is the second time someone left a note. The note had a name on it to call. When the number was called the caller advised they did not leave a note.

3:27 p.m. Walmart reported they had two females in the store and the Asset Protection employee had knowledge that one was shoplifting and the other female they thought was trespassed from the store. Jaunte Nakesha Hawkins, 28, of Mineola, was arrested for Theft over $100 under $750.

5:18 p.m. A restaurant on West Broad Street reported a man was in the establishment yelling and screaming at himself and making a scene. The man was gone upon the officer’s arrival.

8:22 p.m. Autumn Winds reported a female that left the facility by foot and they were concerned for her safety. An officer located the woman at Loop 564 and North Pacific Street. The officer transported the female back to her home and EMS then transported her to UT Health for a medical situation.

Monday, May 20, 2019

6:43 a.m. A suspicious male was reported walking around the old gym on University Street and was standing in the roadway. The officer responded and identified the man. The man was not in the roadway and was not committing a crime, so a family member was contacted to pick him up.

9:27 a.m. A resident on Walnut Street reported a man had knocked on her door and when she answered, he asked if she was married. The man had a dog with him, but when asked, he stated he forgot the dog’s name. An officer responded and identified the man.

10:35 a.m. Smith County S.O. reported they received a phone call from a cell phone and it sounded like a disturbance. The call was located at the Nature Preserve. An officer responded and found a large amount of school students there, but did not find any signs of a disturbance.

11:17 a.m. A reckless driver was reported on Loop 564, unable to maintain a single lane of traffic. An officer responded to the area, but did not locate the vehicle.

2:14 p.m. A caller reported a man knocking on doors at South and Elliott Street. An officer responded and found the man to be the same man from other calls. The officer tried to give the man a ride home but he refused.

2:45 p.m. Royal Village Apartments on North Newsom Street reported several mailboxes broken into.

3:36 p.m. A caller reported a man standing in the roadway at South and Elliott Street. An officer responded and found it to be the same man as identified on other calls, but he was not standing in the roadway at the time the officer’s arrived. The man was instructed to stay out of the roadway.

5:13 p.m. A resident on Gerald Street reported a two men were going door to door identifying themselves as employees of DISH Network. An officer responded and identified the men as employees of DISH.

6:26 p.m. An elderly man with medical issues was reported missing from his home on Landers Street. An officer went to the man’s old address and found him there. He was returned to his family.

4:30 p.m. Adrian Lavoy Williams, 21, of Mineola was arrested for no driver’s license when the officer witnessed him driving on East Broad Street and had prior knowledge his license were invalid.

9:08 p.m. A resident on Phillips reported her dad had let a man stay with them and after he started acting strange he was kicked out. The man was reportedly back at the residence standing in the yard. Officers responded and identified the man. He was given a place to stay at a motel by Ministerial Alliance.

9:15 p.m. Loud music was reported on West Broad Street. An officer responded to the residence and the resident turned the music down.

9:37 p.m. A restaurant on West Broad called and reported a man back at the establishment they had already called about. An officer responded and identified the man as being the same man on several calls. The man was issued a criminal trespass. While the officer was present, the man would not listen to the officers commands and was walking in traffic. Kenneth Leon Jackson, 34, of Mineola was arrested by the officer for not using the sidewalk.

10:30 p.m. A resident on West Broad Street reported he was followed home by a suspicious vehicle. The man was unsure of the vehicle, other than a small car. Officers patrolled the area during the night.

 

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

10:23 a.m. A welfare concern was reported by a Grandmother that her 16 year old Granddaughter was with a 16 year old male walking around town. The officers patrolled the area, but did not locate the female.

11:35 a.m. A resident on Padgett Street reported an unwanted female in his home that had been kicked out. An officer responded and found the situation to be a civil matter, because a family member had invited her to the residence.

12:53 p.m. A dog bite and a disturbance was reported on Krause Street. Officers responded and found the suspect gone upon their arrival involving the assault, but a female at the residence had serious bites to her body and was in need of immediate medical attention. She was transported to a Tyler Hospital where she underwent surgery. The female received serious bites on her fingers, upper thigh, knee and buttocks. The female was trying to keep the Pit Bull from attacking her son during an altercation with her boyfriend. The Pit Bull is currently in quarantine. The woman remains in a Tyler hospital in stable condition.

1:32 p.m. A restaurant on East Broad Street reported a man getting into an employee’s vehicle. Officers responded and detained the man. He was transported to the police department and later released.

2:55 p.m. A man reported fraud when someone used his check that had been made out to the electric company. The check was used at Walmart. The man said he placed the check in the mail to pay his electric bill.

5:22 p.m. A woman reported her sister’s ex-boyfriend will not stop calling her at work. She was advised to send a final notification to him to cease calling, and if he continued, to file a harassment report.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

12:20 a.m. A woman reported noises at her back door on Sycamore Street. An officer responded to the residence, but did not find anything suspicious. The officer patrolled the area.

1:26 a.m. An officer assisted a resident on Wigley Street when she needed assistance with her smoke alarms.

5:19 a.m. A woman on Sycamore Street reported hearing noises in her back yard. An officer responded, but did not find anything suspicious. An officer did find a cat in the back yard that could have been the source.

11:00 a.m. A motel on East Broad Street reported a tenant had left behind a suitcase of personal items. The officer picked the suitcase up and stored it at the police department.

12:23 p.m. An officer assisted on a medical call on West Kilpatrick Street.

2:38 p.m. A missing 8 year old was reported. Before the officer arrived at the residence a family member reported the child was with her mother.

8:45 p.m. A man reported his wife had walked off from their residence on Padgett Street and she had medical issues. The man called back and reported his wife was home and okay.