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Intoxicated man in road causes traffic backup; other reports

Public intoxication — Officers saw a man Wednesday walking in the 1800 block of Texoma Parkway. The man was stumbling in the middle of the road and causing traffic to build up. The officers spoke to the man, who smelled of alcohol and said that he had been kicked out of a family member’s car after they went to a bar. Officers arrested the man for public intoxication.

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Man punches Sherman police officer; other reports

Assault public servant — Officers conducted a traffic stop Saturday on a car with defective equipment at the intersection of Vernon Holland Memorial Drive and N. Travis Street. After an investigation, officers learned that a passenger had an active emergency protective order for another passenger. The officers told the suspect he was under arrest. The suspect struck one of the officers in the face and then fled. The officers caught the suspect and arrested him for assault public servant and violation of protective order.

Stray bullet injures Sherman man; other reports

Deadly conduct discharge firearm — Police responded to a report of a gun shot Saturday in the 300 block of N. Heritage Parkway. The victim said that at 10 p.m. on July 6 he was hit in the leg by a stray bullet. The round traveled through his bedroom window through a desk he was sitting at and hit his leg. The victim only received minor bruising from the bullet. Police made a report and the investigation is ongoing.

Man finds stolen purses and wallets; other reports

Officers responded to a report of found property Wednesday in the 2400 block of Texoma Parkway. A man said he noticed a plastic bag in his recycling can that did not belong there. The man looked inside the bag and found multiple wallets and purses. Officers took the property to Sherman Police Department for safe keeping while police try to locate the owners.

Two people robbed in Denison; other reports

Robbery — Police responded to a report of a robbery Monday in the 1700 block of S. Armstrong Avenue. The victims said they were in the parking lot of a closed business when a black man wearing a scarf and toboggan armed with a revolver approached them. The suspect took a cell phone from one victim and a purse from the other victim and fled the scene on foot. No one was injured.