Texas County Sheriff’s Report, November 3, 2016

October 4

An officer was dispatched to Ray Drive, Licking, for a report of a burglary. The resident reported a Honda generator and DeWalt power tool set, valued at $1,300.00, had been stolen from his shop. There are no suspects.

October 10

An officer was dispatched to Route U, Cabool, for a report of a prowler. The call was cancelled prior to the officer’s arrival.

A report of dogs at large on Mallard Road, Licking, was investigated. A dog had attacked a cat. The resident was advised to get a misdemeanor probable cause statement and give it to the prosecuting attorney.

October 11

An officer responded to an alarm on Route C, Licking. The alarm had been set off by a service man working on a heating system.

October 12

An officer responded to a report of a suicidal female on Mallard Road, Licking. She stated she did wish to harm herself.

An officer was dispatched to Gentry Lane, Plato, for a report of theft. The reporting party stated his renters had taken the appliances, light fixtures, and breaker box from the residence. They had also done damage to the property. The total value of damaged property and stolen items was $1,350.00.

October 14

An officer responded to a report of a prowler on Roberts Road, Houston. The officer searched the area but was unable to locate anyone.

A wellbeing check was made at a residence on Hattie Drive, Willow Springs. The resident was fine.

An officer was dispatched to Highway 63 and Route H, Cabool, for a report of a female subject sitting at the side of the road. She was all right. She was walking to Cabool and stopped to rest.

A wellbeing check was made at a residence on Route HH, Willow Springs. The residents were fine.

October 15

An officer responded to a report of a domestic assault at Kitchem Drive, Licking. A male subject was extremely intoxicated and placed on a 12-hour hold in Texas County Jail for safe keeping.

An officer responded to a report of domestic assault on Parker Road, Licking. A female subject had visible marks on her neck. A probable cause statement will be sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office.

An officer responded to a report of shots fired in the vicinity of Route C and Iron Mine Road, Licking. The officer talked with two individuals who gave conflicting accounts of what happened.

An officer was dispatched to Business Route 63, Mountain Grove, for a report of a suspicious person loitering. The call was cancelled prior to the officer’s arrival.

October 19

A Houston woman reported a male subject had called and threatened to blow her head off. Deputies set up surveillance around her home on Northview Drive. They patrolled the area for a while, but the man never showed up.

A Licking woman contacted Texas County Sheriff’s Office to report another female threatening to come to her home on Boone Creek Road to assault her. The other woman was contacted and advised to stay away.

October 20

An officer was dispatched to Oak Hill Road, Houston, for a report of theft. A Stihl weed trimmer, Stihl chainsaw, and fiberglass insulation had been taken from a small shed. The items were valued at $350.00.

A wellbeing check was made at a residence on Highway B, Houston. All was fine.

A Licking woman requested a wellbeing check be made on a male subject riding a four-wheeler. The officer was unable to locate the man.

An officer assisted Troop G with an accident on Kimble Road, Licking.

An officer responded to a report of a suspicious person on an SUV on Tyrone Road, Elk Creek. The officer searched the area and did not find anyone.

A prisoner was transported from South Central Correctional Center, Licking, to Texas County Jail.

October 22

An officer was dispatched to a residence on Highway 63, Cabool, for a report of shots fired. A female subject thought her neighbor had fired shots. The officer spoke with the neighbor who had also heard the shots but had not fired any.

An officer responded to an alarm on Lotz Drive, Licking. No one was home and the officer checked the scene. All was secure.

An officer was asked to assist Troop G with a vehicle on fire on Stone Ridge Drive, Mountain Grove. When the officer arrived he was advised he was no longer needed.

A prisoner was transported from Platt County, Kansas, to Texas County Jail.

October 23

A prisoner was transported from Texas County Jail to Texas County Memorial Hospital and then back to the jail.

A jailer informed Texas County Sheriff’s Office that a female subject was attempting to throw something into the recreation room window. The female subject was advised she was trespassing on the property.

An officer noticed a vehicle failing to stop at a stop sign at Oak and First Street, Houston. The officer stopped the vehicle. The two subjects in the vehicle had warrants. They were taken to Texas County Jail.

An officer was dispatched to Pigeon Creek Road, Licking, for a prowler at a church. The officer searched the area and found no one.

A prisoner was transported from Steelville to Texas County Jail.

October 24

An officer investigated a report of a prowler at Walt’s Store in Roby. The officer searched the area but was unable to locate anyone.

An officer was dispatched to St. Anna Road, Plato, for a report of a lean-to with drug paraphernalia inside. The officer located the lean-to and searched it. It appeared to be a child’s fort. There was no drug paraphernalia.

A Success woman contacted Texas County Sheriff’s Office to report her mother stealing her child support card. After learning all the details, she was advised to contact the state.

A Licking man contacted Texas County Sheriff’s Office to report a male subject coming into his home on Highway BB and assaulting him. A male subject kicked in his bathroom door while he was on the toilet and slapped him. The male subject then left. The man did not wish to pursue but was going to get an order of protection.

An officer assisted Licking Police Department with determining ownership of a vehicle.

A Raymondville man brought a bag containing drug paraphernalia to Texas County Sheriff’s Office. He had found it in front of his business on Route B.

A wellbeing check was made at a residence on McColgin Road, Raymondville. The resident was fine.

A Licking woman reported a male subject was still violating an order of ex-parte. A report will be forwarded to the prosecuting attorney’s office.

An officer responded to a report of a dog killing quail at a residence on Highway 63, Licking. The resident stated the neighbor’s dog had killed nineteen of his quail. The officer spoke with the neighbor and informed him he was responsible for damages and medical costs.

October 25

A wellbeing check was attempted at a residence on Highway 63, Cabool. No one was home.

A wellbeing check was made at a residence on Highway 17, Bucyrus. The resident was fine.

October 26

An officer responded to a report of an attempted break-in at a residence on Big Creek Road, Houston. The resident stated someone had let all of the animals out of their pens and had tried to enter a window.

An officer was dispatched to Greenwood Road, Cabool, for a report of property damage. Two individuals reported their mailboxes had been shot. There are no suspects at this time.

An officer was dispatched to Route TT, Summersville, for a report of trespass. A female subject reported a vehicle on her property. The owner of the vehicle stated she was having vehicle trouble but would have it moved by the next day. The property owner was notified.

A wellbeing check was made at a residence on Highway 63, Cabool. The resident was fine.

An officer was dispatched to a residence on Highway 63, Houston, for a report of people fighting. The officer searched the area and could not find the address given or anyone in the area.

A Cabool woman called to report another female was trespassing on her property on Bado Road. The female suspect was contacted and warned not to return to the property.

About the Author

Andrea Dukeman
Andrea is a Staff Writer at The Licking News.

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