Wood County Sheriff Report

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Wood County Sheriff's report
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December 8th: Deputy Matthew Gann was traveling on CR 2210 in the 1100 block in Mineola. He initiated a traffic stop involving a gold Honda passenger car. When both occupants were checked, it was found that Jennifer Clanton was wanted out of Wood County for theft. She was placed under arrest for the theft warrant and for possession of a controlled substance. The passenger was released without any charges.
December 6th: Deputy Sam Threadgill was dispatched to the 200 block of CR 4505 in Winnsboro with regard to a criminal mischief report. The complainant advised that her residence was currently vacant and the front door had been damaged. The case is under investigation.
December 5th: Deputy Rusty Owens was dispatched to the 800 block of CR 3160 in Quitman on a report of a burglary. The complainant advised that his storage building had been broken into and several items had been taken. The case is under investigation.
On the same date, Deputy Arthur Judge was dispatched to the 600 block of CR 4860 in Winnsboro. The complainant advised that he father is in a nursing home. He went to the house and noticed the door was damaged. He discovered that a 410 shotgun was missing. The case is under investigation.
December 4th: Deputy Sam Threadgill was dispatched to the 100 block of CR 3448 in Hawkins with regard to a burglary of a vehicle. The complainant advised that suspect(s) had entered her unlocked pickup truck and stolen her purse. The purse contained cash and several credit cards. The case is under investigation.
December 3rd: Deputy James White was dispatched to the 100 block of PR 8446 in Winnsboro on a report of a burglary. The complainant advised that he returned home after work and saw a light on in his bedroom. He entered the residence through a side door and saw that his front door had been broken a left ajar. On further inspection, he noticed that several items were out of place. He advised that several firearms, a camera, a watch and several other items were stolen. The total value is placed at over $2,200. The case is under investigation.
Summary of calls this period: Agency assist, 5; alarms, 10; animal calls, 7; dog problems, 14; burglary, 6; civil disputes, 3; criminal mischief, 3; criminal trespass, 1; disturbances, 1; harassment, 1; threats, 3; thefts, 4; suspicious vehicles, 3; suspicious persons, 8; welfare checks, 1.
Total calls this period: 113.
During this period, there were 85 males and 9 females at the Wood County Jail for an overall total of 94. There were 22 bookings and 20 releases. Wood County deputies arrested 16 people.
December 1st: Deputy Zachary Soto was dispatched to McWhorter Street in Mineola with regard to a report of a burglary in the 900 block of FM 49 in Mineola. The complainant advised that her storage shed locks were removed and several tools were taken.
November 30th: Deputy Sam Threadgill met a complainant in the lobby of the sheriff's office who advised that three Peerless water faucets and several light bulbs had been taken from her new home which is under construction. The case is under investigation.
On the same date, Deputy Matt Gann saw a vehicle turn without using the turn signal. The deputy made contact with the driver, who advised that he did not have a valid driver's license. On checking the vehicle, a controlled substance was found. Jerry Ray McCoy was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and driving with an invalid license, with previous convictions.. His passenger, Stephanie Diane Morris, was arrested fpr possession of a controlled substance and having no seat belt.
Also on this date, Deputy Samantha Sellers was advised by Ramsey Water that their water tower on CR 2270 in Mineola had been spray painted by unknown suspect(s). The case is under investigation.
November 29th: Deputy Arthur Judge was on routine patrol on Hwy 154, south of CR 1960 when he came upon a one-vehicle rollover. While the deputy was calling for assistance, a white male came walking up to the scene and began yelling various obscenities. Ob further investigation, the man exhibited slurred speech, he was unsteady on his feet and had a strong odor of alcohol on his person.. John Christopher Busbee was arrested for public intoxication.
November 25th: Deputy Sellers was dispatched to the 400 block of Loop 564 in Mineola with regard to a burglary report. The complainant advised that when she entered the building, she noticed that a door was open and all the drawers and cabinets were open. Their contents had been dumped on the floor. The case is under investigation.
Summary of calls this period: Agency assist, 8; alarms, 9; animal calls, 11; dog problems, 16; assaults, 4; burglary, 4; civil disputes, 4; criminal mischief, 7; criminal trespass, 1; disturbances, 3; harassment, 1; threats, 2; thefts, 5; suspicious vehicles, 1; suspicious person, 2; welfare checks, 6.
Total calls this period, 139.
During the period, there were 86 males and 7 females at the Wood County Jail for an overall total of 93. There were 35 bookings and 36 releases.
During the period, Wood County deputies made 22 arrests.