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Resisting, interfering with police, 4900 block of North St. An intoxicated customer at a restaurant tried to pull away from police as he was put in handcuffs. “He was secured and arrested for the offense. The subject was transported to the (Law Enforcement Center) where he fought jail staff.”

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Deadly conduct, 1100 block of Lock St. “Officers responded ... in regard to a gunshots heard call. An investigation revealed that unknown suspects fired several shots into this residence.” The home was also fired on in March as one of several locations where shots were fired.

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Theft, 1500 block of North St. Someone skipped out on a $3,800 tab for services from a bar and eatery. “Victim wishes to file charges.”

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Family violence, 3000 block of CR 338. One person was arrested on “several misdemeanors,” and an emergency protective order was requested by deputies who investigated a report of an assault.

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Evading arrest, 700 block of CR 525. A Nacogdoches man who wrecked a stolen ATV while trying to escape deputies was charged with evading, child endangerment and theft. Initially stopped for a traffic violation, the driver and several passengers were uninjured in the crash.

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Suspicious circumstances, 1400 block of CR 770. “The caller advised there was a loud explosion and his house shook” but deputies found no evidence of an explosion nearby. The gas company was notified because of lines in the area. No injuries were reported.

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Deadly conduct, 1000 block of Douglass Rd. Officers were dispatched to a disturbance in which a someone allegedly put a gun to another person’s stomach and threatened to shoot them. One person was arrested.

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Agency assist, U.S. 259. Deputies and state troopers pursued a person on the highway, whom they discovered was “in possession of a large amount of narcotics.”

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Disorderly conduct, 4900 block of FM 2864. Deputies who arrested a woman over the weekend for disrupting a funeral said they found her yelling in close proximity to the service. Deputies had been called in reference to “a person walking in the roadway and possibly hallucinating.”

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Racing vehicles, 2400 block of North St. Officers saw two vehicles “in an apparent competition to outperform the other while traveling on a public roadway.” Both drivers were arrested.

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Criminal trespass, 1300 block of CR 269. Deputies investigated a complaint by a resident that “subjects were walking on the ... property and releasing methamphetamine gas underneath their house” but found no evidence of that. A criminal trespass warning was issued to a person at the complain…

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