Grayson County S.O.
Assault and arrest — June 18, E. Texas Street, Denison area, Deputy Dusty Wainscott. Deputies were answering a 911 call regarding a domestic problem as the dispatcher stayed on the 911 line. She reported to the deputies that she could hear lots of screaming and yelling going on. At that time, Wainscott and another deputy arrived and heard the same noises coming from inside the house, and a male voice yelling. They knocked on the door and announced “Sheriff’s Office,” and the yelling stopped. They saw a man walking to the door, and he told them that he and his wife had been arguing.
They also talked to the wife, who said the argument started earlier when she did not bring him his beer home and it escalated to the point, the report states, that the suspect slapped her in the face. The report notes there was redness to both sides of her face and that an independent witness confirmed her story.
Deputies jailed the suspect on a charge of assault causing injury-family violence, to which bail was set at $2,500. Since his arrest, the Texas Board of Pardons & Paroles has added a charge of parole violation against him, and he remains incarcerated.
Burglary of residence, Tom Bean area — June 18, FM 902, Deputies Joe Ross, Javier Soto, Raymond Clark. Deputies investigated the burglary of a home on FM 902, and found no forced entry. They learned that the house had been left unlocked. Taken was a laptop computer, a printer, and a class ring. There are no suspects yet identified.
Theft by scam-fraud — June 18, Deputy Tommy Carter. A complainant told Carter, according to the report, that he wired $4,146 to a woman whose name he provided for purchase and payment of a 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sahara. It had been listed on Craig’s List. When his bid was accepted, he was told to make the payment through eBay Motors VPP, according to the report, and he gave the Sheriff’s Office the address in Indianapolis, Ind., of the business.
Then, he did not receive the jeep and began checking his records. He learned that the money had been picked up in Ohio, but Western Union security would not release information on the identity of the person who picked it up until law enforcement became involved. Law enforcement is now involved and continuing the investigation.
Burglary, Denison Dam area — June 18, Denison Dam area, Deputy Kevin Cheairs. A complainant told Cheairs that his camping trailer had been broken into. Entry was made by breaking out a window. Taken were a Yamaha Saxophone, a clarinet, a Garmin GPS unit, and several miscellaneous items, together valued at more than $2,950.
Drug arrest — June 18, 3000 block Northridge, Officer Tyler Halter. Police were called because of a suspicious person. Halter reported he found a man sleeping inside a storage closet, and then determined the man was in possession of syringes used to inject methamphetamine. The man also had several other people’s credit cards and other identification, and prescription pills not prescribed for him. Halter jailed the suspect on charges of possession of controlled substance in drug-free zone, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of identifying information, and reported that the police will also file charges against him for criminal trespass and theft between $500-$1,500. The suspect was out on bail at the time of his arrest and, since his incarceration, the bonding company has taken itself off of his previous bail. He now remains in jail with bail set at a total of $19,000.
Theft over $1,500 — June 18, 301 N. FM 1417, telephone report. A complainant told police that another woman lived in her apartment for about a month. After she left, the complainant discovered several pieces of jewelry missing.
Vehicle burglary — June 18, 2200 block S. Crockett, telephone report. Between June 15 and June 16, someone got inside a locked 2010 Chevrolet Malibu and took a white Apple iTouch, which had been placed between the driver and passenger seats. At that same address, someone got into a 1981 BMW, and stole its stereo system and a GPS system.
Credit/debit card abuse — June 18, 400 block N. Holly, Officer Leon Goodman. Someone took the complainant’s credit card from her home and has since made charges to it.
Burglary of building — June 18, 4817 Marshall (Pepsi Bottle Co.), Officer Ryan Hapiuk. Someone broke into the building and stole items.
Vehicle burglary — June 18, 3500 Town Center, telephone report. In a one-hour period Saturday, somebody removed a toolbox and its contents from a 2002 Chevrolet S10 pickup. The toolbox had been left in the pickup’s bed.
Theft — June 18, 823 block Northcreek (Best Buy), telephone report. Store personnel reported that they watched a man inside the store remove two DVD players from their boxes. One was valued at $35 and the other at $150. He placed the more expensive one inside the $35 DVD box, then went to the front and paid the $35 and left.
Theft of golf cart — June 19, 2100 block S. First, telephone report. Between 8 p.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday, someone took the complainant’s golf cart from the side of his house. He found it wrecked, with damage of about $200 to the roof.
Found pistol — June 19, 317 S. Travis (Cash America Pawn), Officer Rob Ballew. Ballew reported that he found a stolen gun at a pawn shop, and that the gun had been reported stolen through Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana. A hold has been placed on the gun and the investigation continues.
Theft of iron — June 18, 900 block S. Throckmorton, Telephone report. Police are investigating the theft of about 10 feet of 16-inch metal pipe, taken from the complainant’s backyard and valued at about $1,000.
Residential burglary — June 19, 1300 block N. Travis, Officer Jack Melson. Between 7:15 a.m. and 3:50 p.m. Tuesday, someone went into a home through its back door and took jewelry and medication.