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Wood County Sheriff Report

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 The sheriff¢s department reminds you, with regard to thefts of copper wire, to call them at 903-763-2201 if you see any suspicious activity around utility poles or anything else that might contain copper wire.
Feb. 17th: Deputies were dispatched to PR 8692 with regard to a burglary. The complainant advised that he had purchased the property in November. When he returned to the property, he noticed that unknown suspect(s) had entered the building and removed several items. The investigation is ongoing.
On the same date, deputies were dispatched to CR 1858 with regard to an assault. The complainants advised that they were assaulted by two suspects from the Sulphur Springs area. The case is under investigation.
Also on this date, deputies were dispatched to CR 4430 with regard to a structure fire. On arrival, the residence was fully involved. The complainant advised that he and his family were asleep when he was awakened, he found the home full of smoke. He advised he then woke his wife and son and got everyone out of the residence except the family pet.
Feb, 16th: Deputies were dispatched to FM 312 with regard to a theft of copper. On arrival, the deputies made contact with the complainant who advised that copper wiring had been removed from a utility pole near a vacant residence.
On the same date, deputies were dispatched to CR 4510 with regard to a report of criminal trespass. The complainant advised that the residence had been vacant for quite some time and could not tell if anything was missing.
Also on this date, deputies were dispatched to CR 4510 with regard to a burglary. On arrival, the complainant advised that his father¢s home had been broken into. The complainant advised that he noticed a window had been broken out and, on further inspection, he noticed several items were missing. The case is under investigation.
Feb. 14th: Deputies were dispatched to FM 1799 with regard to a stolen flatbed trailer. The complainant advised that the trailer was for sale. On further inspection, it was found that the trailer in question had been reported stolen out of Addison. The case is under investigation.
On the same date, deputies spoke to a complainant be telephone. The complainant advised of a burglary. The case is under investigation.
Also on this date, deputies were dispatched to Hwy 37 north on a report of an assault that had already occurred. The complainant advised that she and the suspect were arguing and the suspect threatened her and had dragged her by her hair. Douglas Duane Krank was arrested for assault/family violence.
Feb. 13th: Deputies met with a complainant in the lobby of the sheriff¢s office where the complainant advised that she found a wallet on her property. The wallet was placed in Wood County property for sake-keeping until the proper owner can be located.
Feb. 12th: Deputies were dispatched to CR 2700 with regard to a theft. The complainant said that a suspect vehicle had stopped at her mailbox and removed mail.
On the same date, deputies were dispatched to FM 17. The complainant advised that suspect(s) had entered her home and removed several items. Deputies were speaking to a witness who advised that he was aware that the stolen property was in a shed and who had stolen the property. On getting consent to enter the location of the stolen property, Billy Charles (Chucky) Neal was arrested for burglary.
Also on this date, deputies were dispatched to a disturbance on PR 7533. The complainant advised that she and a suspect were arguing when her brother came to the residence. The complainant¢s brother advised her to go outside for her safety. At this time, the suspect jumped across the bed and attacked the complainant¢s brother. Michael J. Hren was arrested for assault and issued a criminal trespass warning.
Summary of calls this period: Agency assist, 1; alarms, 14; animal calls, 1; assaults, 5; burglary/theft, 19; civil disputes, 10; criminal mischief, 2; criminal trespass, 3; disturbances, 4; harassment, 5; threats, 2; suspicious person/vehicle, 11; welfare checks, 6; traffic stop, 1.
Total calls this period: 129
During the period, there were 82 males at the Wood County Jail and 10 females for an overall total of 92. There were 36 bookings and 38 releases.
During the period, criminal investigations arrested Michael Adrian Davis for aggravated sexual assault of a child. Investigators are also investigating a possible arson related to a structure fire on Hwy 37 south.
Investigators recovered some stolen property in the Quitman area and also solved a case of injury to an elderly person and issued a warrant.
A reminder that the Wood County Victim¢s Assistance Program provides help to crime victims. A variety of social services and counseling are available plus specific information on the status of court cases and arrest notification. Further information can be obtaining by contacting the office of the Wood County District Attorney.
The sheriff¢s department asks that you call them at 903-763-2201 if you see anyone dumping animals in the county. It is a Class A misdemeanor punishable by a $4,000 fine or one year in jail, or both. Contact APET if you have a dog or cat that needs to be spayed or neutered, at 903-569-3006 or 903-364-7521. Protect your animals or that dropped off spray and help reduce the number of abandoned animals.
Feb. 10th: Deputies were dispatched to FM 312 north with regard to a report of deadly conduct. The complainant advised that her daughter was playing at her friend¢s home when a suspect who resides at the residence pointed a paint ball gun at the complainant¢s daughter¢s head. The case is under investigation.
On the same date, deputies were dispatched to the lobby of the sheriff¢s office and met with a complainant with regard to a stolen vehicle. The complainant advised that she was moving out of a residence on Hwy 80. When she went back to the residence, her vehicle was missing. The case is under investigation.
Feb. 7th: Deputies were dispatched to Cheyenne at Holiday Village on a report of a theft of a license plate. The complainant advised that unknown suspect(s) removed the plate from his utility trailer. The case is under investigation.
On the same date, deputies were dispatched to CR 4651 with regard to a structure fire. On arrival, they found the fire department was attempting to extinguish the fire. The blaze was contained to the master bedroom. The home owner advised that a fluorescent fixture broke and caused the fire.
Also on this date, deputies were dispatched to CR 1503 with regard to a suspicious person. The complainant advised that the suspect ran over his yard light and fence with a vehicle. The complainant also advised that the suspect was not at the location when the deputies arrived. The deputies went to another location and made contact with the suspect who advised that he had hit a pole. The estimated damage to the victim¢s property is approximately $500. The case is under investigation.
Feb. 6th: Deputies were dispatched to CR 2164 with regard to a disturbance. The complainant advised that her daughter pushed her against the wall of her home. The complainant advised that this was not the first time she has been assaulted by her daughter and requested an emergency protective order. Misty Wheeler was arrested for assault by contact/family violence.
Feb. 5th: Deputies were summoned to the business office at Holly Lake Ranch with regard to a firearm that was located in one of the rental units. After checking via the state computer to see if the firearm was stolen, it turned out that it was. It had been stolen approximately eight years ago out of Louisiana. Contact was made to the Oak Grove Sheriff¢s Department and the firearm will be returned to them.
Also on this date, deputies were dispatched to FM 1799 with regard to a theft. The complainant advised that her neighbor stole her rings. The complainant had requested that the suspect return her property and the suspect will not return the property. The case is under investigation.
Summary of calls this period: Agency assist, 6; alarms, 6; animal calls, 15; assaults, 3; burglary/theft, 11; civil disputes,5; criminal mischief, 1; criminal trespass warning, 2; disturbances, 4; harassment, 3; threats, 1; suspicious person/vehicle, 9; welfare checks, 3; traffic stops, 1.
Total calls this period: 127.
During the period, there were 84 males at the Wood County Jail and 8 females for an overall total of 92. Bookings numbered 47 and there were 43 releases.

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