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 January 27

Captain Sam Threadgill took a report from a Yantis woman who advised she had received letters from two collection agencies stating she owed money on unpaid accounts both of which were in Philadelphia, PA. According to the woman, she has never lived in Pennsylvania. The woman also advised she had received a letter last year from Blue Cross/Blue Shield stating that their system had been hacked into. The woman was provided with websites where she could make reports with the FBI and Texas Attorney General’s office. An incident report was completed and this case was closed.

 

Deputy Dustin Moffett took a report from a Winnsboro man who stated that two days earlier three horses had appeared on his property. The man also stated he had made an effort to locate their owner but was unsuccessful. Moffett noted the horses were branded. Photographs were taken of the horses. An incident report was completed for documentation purposes and an attempt will be made to locate the horses’ rightful owner.

 

January 28

Deputy Kevin Atkinson was dispatched to a residence on CR 4930 in reference to an assault involving a vehicle. The complainant stated that an acquaintance had attempted to run him over with a car but he had managed to avoid being hit by climbing over some hay bales. The other man did manage to strike a washing machine near the back porch of the residence. Atkinson was able to observe paint transfer on the washing machine as well as churned up dirt and tire tracks. The complainant advised he did wish to pursue criminal charges against the other man. This case has been forwarded to CID for continued investigation.

 

Deputy Terri Altman took a report of a missing man after his mother called to say she had not seen him since he left on the 24th headed to the movies with some friends. According to the woman her son has mental issues and has disappeared before for a few days but she was concerned due to her belief that he is using drugs. Altman recorded a description of the man as well as the vehicle he was driving. The mother was eventually able to locate her son at a friend’s house. This case is closed.

 

January 29

Deputies Austin Cryer and Aaron Warren were dispatched to a residence at Holly Lake Ranch in reference to an assault. The deputies were notified en route that the actor had already left the scene. Upon arrival the deputies met with the victim who appeared extremely intoxicated. The woman refused to cooperate with their investigation and stated she did not wish to pursue charges. Despite having a large scrape on her elbow, the woman refused medical attention. The woman was provided with a family violence brochure. An incident report was completed for documentation purposes and the case was closed.

 

Deputy Justin Bowring was dispatched to a residence on FM 17 for a report of terroristic threat. The complainant stated her ex-husband left a voicemail in which he threatened her life. Bowring was able to listen to the voicemail and noted that the woman sincerely seemed frightened for her life. Extra patrol was arranged for the area and the case was handed to an investigator for warrant review. Following a brief investigation by Sgt. Kyle Henson, a warrant was issued. Richard Clayton Watts, 57 of Sulphur Springs was subsequently arrested. He is charged with terroristic threat of family/household member.

 

January 30

Deputy Jeremy Ragsdale was dispatched to a residence on CR 4560 in reference to a window being shot out. Ragsdale spoke with the complainant who stated he had been in the bathroom when he heard a thump. Upon checking the residence, the man found that the window in his father’s bedroom had been shot out. Ragsdale observed shattered glass along the carpet leading to a closet across the room. The bullet was found on the bed lodged in a blanket. The bullet, which appeared to be a .22, was confiscated for evidence. This case has been forwarded and remains under investigation.

 

Deputy Jeremy Ragsdale took a theft report from a man on PR 5387 in the Yantis area. The man stated that he lives on another property but comes to this property daily to feed his squirrel. The man stated he had arrived to find that someone had stolen four 16” American Racing rims as well as several items from inside the residence. The missing items include an electric guitar, a bass guitar and a 48” Samsung TV. According to the complainant, the missing items are worth $15,790. Ragsdale spoke with the man’s neighbors who stated they had not noticed anything unusual. This case has been forwarded to CID for additional investigation.

 

Deputies Steven Fields and Dustin Fenlaw were dispatched to a residence at Holly Lake Ranch in reference to 911 hang ups. A total of four calls to 911 were placed from the residence but the caller refused to speak. When the 911 operator called the number back, a man answered but would not speak further although he could be heard at times and seemed to be speaking to someone else at the residence. The deputies arrived to find a man alone at the residence acting very nervous. The man would eventually admit to taking drugs. Cary Keefe, 51, of Holly Lake Ranch was arrested and transported to jail. He is charged with silent abusive calls to 911.

 

January 31

Deputy Austin Cryer took a theft report from a Mineola man who stated that a woman who had been staying with him at his residence on CR 3859 had stolen several items. The missing items are valued at $375 and include a Samsung tablet, a ruby ring and blue cobalt dishware. According to the complainant, the woman admitted to him that she took the items but was refusing to return them. This case has been assigned to an investigator and is ongoing.

 

Deputy Austin Cryer took a report of a vehicle burglary that occurred on CR 3849. The complainant stated he had parked his vehicle at the boat ramp and placed his keys in the gas tank door. When he returned he found his keys inside the vehicle and over $2,000 worth of items missing. The missing property includes a Carhartt jacket, Justin cowboy boots, a knife and wallet among other things. Cryer completed a report and forwarded the case to CID for continued investigation.

 

Deputy Steven Fields took a report after the fact from a woman who stated her boyfriend had pushed her down and struck her with a guitar. According to the woman, the fall caused her to have a laceration on her forearm, a fractured left ankle and severe bruising on her back. Fields observed the woman had a cast on her ankle. Fields photographed the woman’s injuries and advised her to stay away from her boyfriend. This case has been forwarded to investigators for warrant review.

 

February 1

Sgt. William Burge took a theft report from a complainant on CR 2306. The man advised he is disabled and has a home health care worker who comes by from time to time. According to the man, he has recently noticed that several items are missing from his residence including syringes, handmade quilts and clothing with a collective value of $2,500. The complainant also provided information about a man who has been coming to his residence uninvited. This case has been forwarded to investigators who will work to develop leads.

 

February 2

Deputies Dustin Fenlaw and Kevin Atkinson, along with Lt. Robert Holland were dispatched to a residence on FM 2869 in the Hawkins area after a 911 call reporting that a woman had been run over by a vehicle. Upon arrival, EMS was already on scene. The deputies spoke with a man at the scene who stated he and his girlfriend had been arguing all day and he had decided to leave the residence. According to the man, his girlfriend had opened the passenger side door as he was leaving causing the woman to fall and vehicle’s front tire to roll over her abdomen. Deputies also spoke with several other people at the scene but found that no one had witnessed the event. The injured woman was flown to a Tyler hospital before she could be questioned. Photographs were taken of the scene which was consistent with the man’s story. This case has been forwarded to investigators who will attempt to determine if an offense occurred.

 

Average Jail Population    114         

Males         97                                                                                                              Females     17

Book-Ins   37

Releases    36

 

Arrests

Aimee Marie McCraw, 37, Mineola, driving while license invalid with prior conviction(s); failure to appear.

Brandon Lee Caldwell, 34, Quitman, motion to revoke, prohibited weapon, knuckles.

Nikolas Michael Rakich, 19, Winnsboro, possession of marijuana two ounces or less.

Brittney Kim Kenney, 28, Sulphur Springs, driving while license invalid with prior conviction(s).

Robert Lee Keener, 48, Mineola, capias pro fine, fail to yield right of way; capias pro fine, driving while license invalid; out of county warrant, negligent homicide; driving while license invalid; no liability insurance.

Kathe Michelle Pickel, 45, Quitman, public intoxication.

Rebecca Geneane Sims, 21, Quitman, theft of property $20 or more but less than $500.

Robert Humphrey, 21, Winnsboro, bail jumping and failure to appear.

Dakota Wesley Ramirez, 24, Mineola, theft of property $20 or more but less than $500.

Toni Rene Ramirez, 26, Mineola, theft of property $20 or more but less than $500.

Tiera Shea Randall, 27, Longview, driving while license invalid with prior conviction(s).

Richard Otto Hall, 33, Pickton, out of county warrant, child support/child neglect.

Richard Clayton Watts, 57, Sulphur Springs, terroristic threat of family/household member.

Diana Hernandez, 17, Alba, no driver’s license.

Sarah Barker, 27, Fruitvale, theft of property $20 or more but less than $500, by check.

Jordan Thomas Allen, 21, Mineola, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, four grams or more but less than 200 grams.

Kerri Leigh Loughmiller, 46, Hawkins, accident involving damage to vehicle; bail jumping and failure to appear.

Cary Vincient Keefe, 51, Holly Lake Ranch, silent abusive calls to 911.

Judd Pippins, 33, Mineola, fail to identify, fugitive intention; out of county warrant, criminal trespass; out of county warrant, possession of marijuana two ounces or less; out of county warrant, manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, penalty group I, less than one gram; out of county warrant, manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, one gram or more but less than four grams; out of county warrant, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than one gram.

Doug Allen Seeton, 45, Mineola, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than one gram.

Daniel Clyde Sadler, 64, Hawkins, theft of property $20 or more but less than $500.

Robert Dale Laplante, 22, Alba, driving while intoxicated.

Coren Dale Vaughn, 24, Yantis, aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Luther L. Tave, 60, Mineola, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than one gram.

Allen Dwayne Williams, 19, Mineola, two counts cruelty to non-livestock animals.

Quayson Dearmon Greenidge, 22, Desoto, release of surety, theft of property, $100 or more; bond forfeiture, theft of property $100 or more; bail jumping and failure to appear.

Eric Anthony Monroe, 47, Quitman, blue warrant; theft of property $50 or more but less than $500.

Johnny Doyle Hasten; 37, Mineola, driving while license invalid.

Walter Wayne Hall, 22, Gilmer, criminal trespass of habitation; evading arrest or detention.

Jason Wade Thompson, 27, Lindale, out of county warrant, probation violation, driving while intoxicated with alcohol concentration of 0.15% or more.

Joshua Von Poole, 34, Quitman, fleeing police officer, imminent danger; driving while license invalid with prior conviction(s).

Nathaniel Anthony Galindez, 28, Mineola, terroristic threat of family/household member.

Jamie Elaine Voulgares, 35, Mineola, abandon/endanger child, criminal neglect.

Jason Lee Humphreys, 37, Grand Saline, motion to revoke, driving while intoxicated, third or more.

Richard Allen Nicholson, 57, Mineola, out of county warrant, motion to revoke burglary of a vehicle.

Fernando Ruiz, 31, Ben Wheeler, bond forfeiture, assault causes bodily injury, family violence; blue warrant.