Police Reports

Criminal trespass, 1700 block of Cardinal St. A person found living in an empty storage unit was arrested.

Burglary of a motor vehicle, 1200 block CR 504. Deputies found a red Volkswagen Jetta that had been reported stolen was wrecked. “Information led deputies to believe the car was stolen and taken for a joyride,” and “the car was then used to attempt to commit burglary of a vehicle but when a witness saw the suspect he ran away, jumped in the car, left speeding and then wrecked”

Theft, 8900 block of US 259. Tools and other items were reported stolen from a shed at a home.

Assist complainant, 200 block of CR 2011. A resident reported two men going around the neighborhood in a gray truck “soliciting unwanted and unneeded home and property repairs. She said they are targeting elderly individuals, and she has told them to leave her property on three occasions.”

Minor accident, Sandyland Cir. A deputy wrecked while responding to a shooting call, causing minor damage to the front of the vehicle.

Harassment, 10000 block of US 259. A person reported harassment by another individual, who had already been warned against harassing them.

Criminal trespass, 3700 block of FM 2864. A trespass warning was issued to a woman accused of taking items from her son-in-law’s home.

Controlled substance, 2400 block of SE Stallings Dr. A driver and passenger were arrested during a traffic stop when both were found to have suspected drugs in their possession. The driver had outstanding warrants as well.

Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, 3400 block of E Main St. Someone allegedly stole a vehicle. The vehicle was found.

DUI, 1800 block of North St. A driver pulled over for a violation was intoxicated and was arrested.

Burglary, 3200 block of Everwood Trl. Someone allegedly stole property from a home.

Welfare check, 200 block of W Seale St. Officers investigated a “welfare concern in which the parent of multiple young children abandoned the children for an extended period of time without an additional adult present. The parent was arrested in an intoxicated state and the children released to a family member.”

Deadly conduct, 300 block of W Seale St. A vehicle was shot. The owner reported hearing shots in the area.

Burglary of a habitation, 2100 block of Pearl St. Someone reportedly broke into a home and stole property.

Aggravated assault, 900 block of Oak Hill Plaza Dr. Officers arrested one person accused of threatening another with a weapon.

Assault, 3100 block of Liles Blvd. “Family members physically assaulted each other causing no injury.”

Arrests included: McKenzie Leigh Davis, 20, of Garland, bail jumping and failure to appear on a felony; Darius Tyshun Edwar Earl, 25, bail jumping and failure to appear and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Marquis Kingsbury, 27, of Dallas, three counts of bail jumping and failure to appear on a felony; Buck Lee Martin, 30, bail jumping and failure to appear, failure to appear on a misdemeanor and release of surety; Decedrian Dwayne Newsome, 19, two counts of release of surety; Andrew Joseph Ormsby, 36, driving while intoxicated; Jonathan David-Abne Phillips, 29, of Houston, two counts of failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Hugo Abraham Saldana, 20, bail jumping and failure to appear and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Deidere Debrah Smith; 23, of Austin, assault, Trinity Zmara N-Cole Adams, 19, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; Angelica Yanez Martinez, 34, abandoning or endangering a child with intent; Melvin Dashum Sessions, Jr., 32, criminal trespass.

SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT

No reports were filed.

JAIL POPULATION

As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, there were 255 inmates at the Nacogdoches County jail. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.

NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE

Medical assists on Pruitt Hill Drive, North Street, Westward Drive, Dolph Street, Virginia Avenue, Pearl Street, North Stallings Drive, Douglass Road, and Laurel Lane.

Motor vehicle accident with injuries on a County Road.

Flammable liquid spill on North Street.

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