April 8
Deputy John Cooper was dispatched to PR 8566 for found property. An individual found a firearm while on his way to work. The firearm was logged into property.

April 9
Deputy Jonah Croney responded to CR 3420 in reference to a criminal mischief. The complainant advised someone had cut the power cord to a water pump on his property. Extra patrol will be provided for the area.Deputy Linda Williams met with a reporting party at the Wood County Sheriff’s Office lobby. The reporting party stated he was arrested in December, and had asked his girlfriend to take his truck to a family member’s house. When he got out of jail, his truck was not there. CID will be doing further investigation into the case.

April 10
Deputy Jaclyn Skinner conducted a traffic stop on FM 2088. The driver stated he may have an
outstanding ticket out of another county. Deputy Skinner had the driver step out of the vehicle. At that
time, she obser ved a bag with a brown substance inside. Jaeden Devin Whitworth, 22, of Winnsboro
was arrested for outstanding warrants and Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1 <1g.
Deputy David Tipps conducted a traffic stop on US Hwy 69 N. Contact was made with the driver, whom
Deputy Tipps knew from previous encounters. The driver consented to search of his vehicle. The driver
then started yelling, telling the deputy he needed EMS, and EMS was dispatched to the scene. Every
time Deputy Tipps would attempt to search the vehicle, the driver would start yelling about a medical
emergency. Methamphetamines were located in the vehicle. Joe Kenneth Musselwhite, 64, of Mineola
was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1 >=1g<4g.

April 11
Deputy Andrew Rapp was dispatched to CR 6226 in reference to an intoxicated subject. The reporting
party stated a vehicle had driven off the roadway and was stuck on his property. The driver was
intoxicated. Christian Kayne Bourquin, 19, of Canton was arrested for Driving while Intoxicated.
Deputy Jonah Croney responded to a report of found property on CR 1600. A red cargo trailer was
abandoned on the reporting parties property. The trailer was reported stolen out of Smith County.
Smith County was notified of the recovery of the property.
Deputy Jaclyn Skinner conducted a traffic stop on Hwy 154. The driver of the vehicle stated he did not
know where his driver’s license was. After Deputy Skinner asked him to exit the vehicle, he attempted
to retrieve something from his pocket. Deputy Skinner observed it to be a baggie with a clear crystal like
substance inside. The baggie had been ripped in two pieces by the individual. Deputy Skinner was informed by dispatch that he had out of county warrants. Joshua Jay Rollins, 30, of Longview was placed under arrest for the out of county warrants, Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1 <1g, and Tamper/Fabricate Physical Evidence.

April 12
Deputy Corbin Hanner was called to the Wood County Sheriff’s Office to speak with someone in regards
to a harassment. The victim stated she has been receiving inappropriate messages and phone calls from
an individual. She stated she has blocked his number, but he continues to get new numbers and keeps
attempting to make contact with her. The case will be forwarded to CID for further investigation.
Deputy Brad Cox was dispatched to CR 2966 in reference to shots fired. The reporting party stated they
were in their residence when two bullets came through the wall of the home. The bullets entered on
either side of where the reporting party was sitting. They did not wish to press charges, but only have
the incident documented.
Deputy Michael Allison responded to Hwy 69 regarding a theft. The victim reported she had a vacant
rent house. When she went to check on it, the exterior doors were open and all the door knobs were
missing. An air conditioner and vinyl floor covering was also missing. There was some damage to the
property. The case will be forwarded to CID for further investigation.
Deputy Corbin Hanner took a criminal mischief call on CR 2263. The reporting party stated his tire had
been slashed. The case will be forwarded to CID for further investigation.
Deputy Andrew Morrison responded to FM 515 for a disturbance. The reporting party stated her child’s
father was at the location causing a disturbance. When Deputy Morrison arrived on scene, he spoke to
all parties. They each admitted that there was a verbal altercation but it was now settled. Deputy
Morrison advised they needed to seek legal advice in regards to the child custody issues.

April 13
Sgt. Heather Bailey was dispatched to CR 4940 for a theft report. The victim reported a small building
next to her residence was broken into. Numerous items were stolen. A report was forwarded to CID for
further investigation and extra patrol will be provided for the area.
Deputy Brad Cox was on patrol on Hwy 37 N when he observed a female subject he knew to have
outstanding warrants. As Deputy Cox exited his vehicle, the subject ran from him. He ran after the
subject, but was unable to locate her. The case will be forwarded to CID for further investigation.
Sgt. Heather Bailey responded to a theft report on PR 5551. The complainant reported several items
stolen from his boat, that was docked on Lake Fork. CID will be forwarded the case for further
investigation. Deputy Brad Cox took a call of suspicious circumstances on Hwy 11. The victim stated her daughter was
at the residence when she noticed the back door was open. When they went inside, they found
evidence that someone had been squatting there. Extra patrol will be provided for this area. Deputy John Cooper was dispatched to CR 3420 for a stolen vehicle. When he arrived, the reporting party was able to provide information for the vehicle to be identified if found. Later, Deputy Cooper responded to CR 2175 for a disturbance. The vehicle that was reported at the disturbance was the same one that was reported stolen. Information was recovered for the people on scene, and Deputy Cooper patrolled the area looking for the vehicle. The vehicle was located and the owner was contacted. The case will be forwarded to CID for further investigation.
April 14
Deputy Andrew Rapp received a phone call in reference to a theft. The victim stated her vehicle was
stolen from Kickapoo. She was able to provide information regarding who possibly took the vehicle.
The case will be forwarded to CID for further investigation.
Deputy Andrew Rapp took a phone report of a stolen firearm. The victim stated he had a firearm in his
vehicle on Sunday. When he looked for it on Monday, it was gone. The case will be sent to CID.