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Wood County Sheriff's Report

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 Citizens with any information on incidents described in this report are requested to contact the Wood County Sheriff's Department at 903-763-2201 or via e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Dec, 12th: Deputy Rusty Owens was dispatched to FM 49 and FM 778 in Hainesville with regard to a report of someone stealing copper wire. The subject was found on site and identified as Edward Chadbourne, 44. He was found in possession of the copper wire. Chadbourne was arrested and taken to the Wood County Jail.

Dec. 11th: Deputy Nathan Adams was dispatched to 139 FM 564 with regard to a burglary. Some unknown person(s) had burglarized a storage building. The deputy found 13 more units that had been burglarized. Some crime scene evidence was found and the investigation is continuing.

On the same date, Deputy Adams took a burglary report from 6153 FM 14. Some unknown person(s) entered the residence and stole a TV. The investigation is continuing.

Also on this date, Deputy Adams to a criminal mischief report at 3143 CR 3420. Some unknown person(s) had shot out a window on a residence that was under construction. The investigation is ongoing.

On the same date, Deputy Adams took a report of a burglary of a vehicle from 2230 PR 8692. A purse that had been left in a vehicle was stolen. There was no forced entry into the vehicle and the investigation is continuing.

Finally, on this date, Deputy Adams was dispatched to 485 east FM 564 with regard to a burglary of a building. Some unknown person(s) broke into a metal building and stole a welder and an air compressor. The investigation is continuing.

Dec. 10th: Deputy Adams took a theft report from FM 1795 and CR 3500. Some unknown person(s) stole 66 joints and casings from a drilling site. The investigation is continuing.

Dec. 9th: Sgt. Jacob Richardson was on patrol on CR 2263 when he saw a vehicle fail to use a turn signal. The driver was identified as Jose Carden Lujo, 18. Lujo did not have a driver's license nor did he have insurance for his vehicle. Lujo was taken to the Wood County Jail.

Dec. 8th: Sgt. Michael Taylor and Deputy Michael Johnson were dispatched to CR 4750 in Winnsboro with regard to possible copper thefts. A suspect was located and identified as John Patrick Huggins, 41. Huggins was caught stealing copper wire from a residence. He was taken to the Wood County Jail and charged with theft.

On the same date, Cpl. Robert Holland responded to 4600 Hwy 69 to Kelly's Corner convenience store with regard to a report of criminal mischief. Tamara Nicole Curry, 23, stated that a window was damaged on her vehicle. During the investigation, the deputy found Curry to be intoxicated. Curry was taken to the Wood County Jail and was also found to be in possession of dangerous drugs.

Dec. 7th: Sgt. Michael Taylor served a felony warrant for Sandra Kay Henson at 748 CR 4510 in Winnsboro. Henson fled on foot from deputies but was apprehended a short time later by Deputy Rusty Owens. She was taken to the Wood County Jail.

On the same date, Deputy Timothy Baucom responded to a report of a found horse at 620 CR 4460 in Winnsboro. Some unknown person(s) had left a Palomino horse in someone's pasture.

Dec. 6th: Cpl. Michael Wood answered a disturbance call involving a firearm at 957 CR 3950. Jimmy Clifton Phillips, 39, was arrested for deadly conduct and family violence. He was taken to the Wood County Jail.

Summary of calls this period: Agency assists, 2; alarms, 11; animal calls, 13; burglary/thefts, 12, civil disputes, 2; criminal mischief, 8; disturbances, 2; harassment, 2; suspicious person/vehicle, 6; welfare checks, 7; traffic stops, 17.

Total calls: 144

During this period, there were 60 males and 18 females in the Wood County Jail for a total of 78.

Bookings numbered 31 and releases totaled 28.

Radio/phone calls for this period: Radio primary in and out numbered 2,225. The 911 calls totaled 325 and phone calls in and out numbered 1,879 for an overall total this period of 4,429.

Dec. 5th: Deputy Nathan Adams took a criminal mischief report at 244 CR 2378. Some unknown person(s) had damaged a mailbox. The investigation is continuing.

Dec. 4th: Deputy Tim Baucom was dispatched to the Yantis High School with regard to a theft. Some unknown person(s) had removed a wacker packer from the construction site. The value of the missing item is estimated at $2,800. The investigation is continuing.

On the same date, Sgt. Jacob Richardson took a report of a theft occurring in the area of 9092 FM 779 in Alba. There was a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area at the time the power went out in the area. It was reported that some unknown person(s) stole some copper wire. There are possible suspect(s) as a result of the alert caller and the investigation is continuing.

Dec. 3rd: Sgt. Jacob Richardson was patrolling in the area of Hwy 80 when he observed a vehicle speeding. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Luis Daniel Jimenez, 21. Jimenez was arrested for having no driver's license and taken to the Wood County Jail.

Dec. 2nd: Sgt. Randal Lain Jr. was patrolling in the area of Hwy 80 near CR 3425 in Hawkins when he observed a vehicle parked in the middle of the roadway. The driver was identified as April P. Owens, 29. Owens was intoxicated and was taken to the Wood County Jail.

On the same date, Deputy Richard Parrish and Sgt. Mark Miller were dispatched to Hwy 80 at CR 2740 on a report of a burglary of a residence in progress. The Mineola police were the first to respond to the scene. Two suspects were founds at the scene. They are Melissa C. Seay, 39, and Francis D. Clark, 45. Both were arrested and taken to the Wood County Jail. The property taken was recovered.

Also on this date, Deputy Misty Burns took a report of the burglary of a building at 2272 FM 2225 in Quitman. Some unknown person(s) took four ground chains which are valued at $1,500. The investigation is continuing.

Dec. 1st: Sgt. Randal Lain Jr. stopped a vehicle for parking in the middle of the roadway and failing to use their turn signal. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Jason Scoot Osburn, 35. Osburn was intoxicated and did not have a driver's license. He was taken to the Wood County Jail for failure to display a driver's license.

On the same date, Sgt. Lain was dispatched to FM 17 and FM 515 with regard to a report of intoxicated females standing by a vehicle. The females were identified as Pamela Parmley, 54, and Jaqueline Boykin, 40. Parmley was arrested for public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia and outstanding warrants. Boykin was arrested for public intoxication.

Also on this date, Deputy Misty Burns took a theft report from 1792 Hwy 154 at Pioneer Explorations. Two motors were stolen from the pump jacks. The value of these motors is approximately $15,000. See the separate article in today's paper with a update on this equipment theft.

On this same date, Sgt. Lain stopped a vehicle for speeding in Hwy 154. The driver was identified as Corey Bryant, 21, and one of the passengers was identified as Gary Troy Raymond, 22. There was an open container in the vehicle. It was found that Raymond had a concealed handgun license which was not presented to the deputy. There were two other passengers in the vehicle. They were identified as Anthony Johnson, 20, and Lemorris Bryant, 21. It appeared that all the subjects had been drinking alcohol. There was also a 9mm handgun found in the vehicle. Raymond, the holder of the concealed handgun permit, was intoxicated and taken to the Wood County Jail. Bryant was also arrested. The minor was issued a citation for minor in possession of alcohol and released.

Nov. 30th: Deputy Misty Burns took a report of a burglary of a motor vehicle at 427 CR 2774 in Mineola. Some unknown person(s) entered a vehicle by unlocking a door and had stolen a wallet. Approximately $700 in cash was taken.

Summary of calls this period: Agency assists, 4; alarms, 8; animal calls, 15; burglary/theft, 15; civil disputes, 2; criminal mischief, 4; criminal trespass, 4; disturbances, 3; harassment, 1; threats, 3; suspicious person/vehicle, 4; welfare checks, 2; traffic stops, 2.

Total calls: 144

During this period, there were 54 males in the Wood County Jail and 16 females.

The bookings totaled 28 and releases numbered 30.
Radio primary calls in and out numbered 2,497.
The 911 calls totaled 412.

Telephone calls in and out numbered 1,851 for an overall total of 3,960 calls.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2009 15:57  

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