Suspect pulls knife on gas station employee; other police reports


Sherman Police

Aggravated robbery — An officer responded Sunday to a gas station in the 3100 block of N. U.S. Highway 75 regarding a robbery, according to police reports. An employee told the officer that the suspect had stolen something. When the employee confronted the suspect about it, he pulled a knife out of his pocket. The clerk called 911 and the suspect left, heading west in a green pickup.

Resisting arrest — On April 3 an officer saw a car traveling east in the 800 block of E. College Street. The car looked like it had recently been in a wreck — smoke was coming from the engine compartment, the headlights were broken and the front passenger-side tire was flat. The officer conducted a traffic stop on the car in the 900 block of E. College Street. The driver stopped, exited the car and attempted to flee on foot. The officer caught up to the man and arrested him for evading arrest detention and resisting arrest.

Theft — Friday police responded to a store in the 1700 block of E. Lamar Street regarding criminal trespass. A man had stolen property from the business, and had two previous convictions for theft. Police arrested the man for theft.

Death investigation — Police responded to a house Friday in the 800 block of N. Willow Street regarding an elderly man not breathing. When the police arrived on scene, they notified the Justice of the Peace. The death appeared to be of natural causes. Officials did not order an autopsy, but made a report.

Theft — Saturday an officer responded to a theft in the 4100 block of Texoma Parkway. The victim said he could not find his wallet and he believed it had been stolen. The wallet contained a small amount of cash, a driver’s license, a social security card, two credit cards and some veteran’s identification cards. The officer made an offense report.

Burglary — Police responded to a call of a car being burglarized Saturday in the 900 block of W. Houston Street. During an investigation, police found that a purse had been stolen from the car. An officer made an offense report.

Fail to identify — An officer responded to a call of a suspicious person Saturday in the 1200 block of W. Taylor Street. The man gave the officer a fictitious name and ran. The officer later identified the man, and determined that he was wanted. The officer made a report for fail to identify — fugitive from justice and evading arrest/detention. The suspect will be filed on at large.

Accident involving damage to vehicle — Saturday an officer spoke with a woman who had been in a car accident in the 1800 block of N. Grand Avenue. The woman said she was stopped at the red light, and a tan Honda passenger car struck her car from behind. The driver of the Honda fled the scene without giving the required information. The officer made a crash report and a report for accident involving damage to vehicle.

Burglary — A woman reported to police Saturday that her car had been burglarized while it was parked in the 1200 block of W. Houston Street. Police made a report for burglary of a vehicle.

Burglary — Police responded to the burglary of a car Saturday in the 100 block of S. Bryant Avenue. The victim said his car had been burglarized while parked at his house. Police made a report for burglary of a vehicle.

Possession of marijuana — An officer initiated a traffic stop Saturday in the 200 block of Sunset Boulevard. The officer said he could smell the odor of marijuana coming from inside the car. During a probable cause search, the officer found marijuana inside the car. The car was in a drug free zone. The suspect gave the officer a false name and date of birth. When the officer finally identified the suspect, he found that the suspect had a suspended license, previous convictions of driving while license invalid and active warrants for his arrest. The officer arrested the suspect for the numerous offenses.

Burglary — An officer responded to a report about a burglary Saturday at a house in the 1700 block of E. Houston Street. The home owner said she went to her house and found the back door was off its hinges and several items were missing. The officer made a report for burglary of a habitation.

Assault — Sunday officers responded to a disturbance in the 100 block of Atkinson Drive. Two intoxicated women who were sisters spoke with the officers. One of the women threw a phone, which unintentionally hit the other woman. The victim sustained a minor injury. Officers made a report for assault causes bodily injury.

Denison Police

Burglary — On April 2 a victim reported the burglary of his carport in the 300 block of Ansley Lane. An unknown person had removed mowers, power tools and other items from the shelves in his carport area.

Public intoxication — On April 3 police responded to a disturbance in the 4900 block of Texoma Parkway. Police arrested a man for public intoxication, an outstanding Grayson County warrant and for failure to identify.

Burglary — Friday a victim reported that someone had removed a backpack from her car while it was parked in the 1900 block of S. Mirick Avenue. The Denison PD will be following up on leads.

Theft — A victim reported a theft that occurred Friday in the 300 block of W. Main Street. An unknown person opened a show case and removed $3,000 worth of collector coins.

Disturbance — Police responded to a disturbance Friday in the 100 block of N. Lum Lane. The victim said that the suspect threatened him with a knife for making a comment about the suspect’s wife. The suspect said he didn’t have a knife. Police arrested the suspect for an outstanding Knox County warrant.

Criminal mischief — A victim reported to police Friday that someone damaged his car by keying it while it was parked in the 400 block of W. Hull Street. The victim named a possible suspect. The investigation will continue.

Driving while intoxicated — Friday an officer conducted a traffic stop in the 800 block of W. Crawford Street on a car that had defective equipment. The officer arrested the driver for driving while intoxicated.

Aggravated assault — Saturday an officer responded to a report of two men fighting in the 1800 block of S. Woodlawn Boulevard. The victim said that he was working on a car when the suspect hit him with a bat. The suspect was upset about being owed money. The officer arrested the suspect for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

 

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