Police Reports

Assault with firearm, 2500 block of Saratoga St. Police called to a disturbance at a mobile home found “two subjects were assaulted by another with a deadly weapon, causing serious bodily injury.” The incident is still under investigation.

Aggravated robbery, 1100 block of University Drive. A caller told police “unknown subjects threatened him with guns” before stealing his vehicle.

Intoxicated driver, 2900 NW Stallings Drive. Police responding to a major three-vehicle accident on the Loop early Sunday morning found a driver “in an intoxicated condition. He was transported to the hospital for his injuries and a warrant will be requested.”

Weather-related calls, FM 225 and CR 719. A deputy on patrol discovered a large tree had fallen on an unoccupied church. The pastor was notified and a report was made.

Fire assist, 400 block of CR 868. No foul play is suspected in a fire that heavily damaged a vacant home in Cushing. A neighbor reported seeing smoke at the residence Saturday evening. The home was “heavily damaged despite efforts from local (volunteer fire departments).”

Assault, 200 block of Stallings Drive. An argument between a husband and wife at a home improvement store turned physical on Sunday. One of them was arrested “to avoid further violence.”

Suspicious person, 200 block of CR 221. Deputies sent to a home found that “a male was beating on their door and attempting to gain entry” was gone when they arrived. “After further investigation, it was determined that a neighbor was attempting to ask if he could use their phone.”

Suspicious circumstance, CR 935. A deputy sent to a home where a door was left open didn’t find anyone, nor were there signs of forced entry or theft. “It is believed that a storm the previous night blew the door open. Wind and rain damaged the interior of the home. It is not known where the owner is.”

Traffic assist, state Hwy. 204 and CR 838. A driver swerving to miss a deer got stuck in soft dirt on the edge of the highway. “A family member pulled the vehicle out while the deputy stopped traffic.”

Assault, 1000 block of Cottonwood St. A known suspect assaulted a victim who did not want to file charges. A report was taken at a hospital.

Theft, 4800 block of North St. A suspected shoplifter was arrested after taking items from a package in the store and concealing them.

Assault, 900 block of Curlew St. Police responded to a disturbance between two family members. “There were minor injuries, and parties were separated to prevent further violence.”

Controlled substance, 2800 block of Pearl St. A suspect found to have an active warrant was also found to be in possession of narcotics.

Intoxicated driver, 200 Ellington St. The driver in a single-vehicle crash “admitted to having consumed alcoholic beverages prior to operating and crashing the motor vehicle. The subject refused all tests and was arrested for driving while intoxicated.”

Controlled substance, 1400 block of Leroy St. A person was found to have a parole warrant and was in possession of drugs during a traffic stop.

Criminal trespass, 2306 Douglass Road. A visitor to the county jail was given a criminal trespass warning and told to leave the property.

911 hangup, 4300 block of FM 343. Deputies were dispatched to a toddler playing with a cordless phone. “There was no emergency.”

Animal cruelty, 100 block of Twin Valley Road. A report was made after “two dogs were injured from a firearm when they were witnessed attempting to attack another dog.”

Civil disturbance, Central Heights. Deputies were sent to a dollar store in Central Heights regarding a disturbance, but both parties were separated by the time they arrived.

Assist complainant, 100 block of CR 815. Deputies responded to a woman who said “her mother had accused her of stealing items. Deputies spoke to both parties on scene and criminal trespass warnings were issued.”

Assault, 500 block of FM 2435. A woman reported that her cousin assaulted her. No charges were filed.

Agency assist, 4900 block of FM 225. A person reported missing was found safe in another county.

Arrests included: Jessica Leslie Hebert, 22, assault family violence; Terrance Terrell Jackson, 25, theft; Mundy May McClure, 41, theft; Shayla Hope Nichols, 20, theft; Akeem Kendray Taylor, 35, parole warrant, possession of controlled substance; Ervin James Williams, 58, possession of controlled substance; Christopher James Wingate, 21 of Highlands, possession of marijuana; Michael Dakota Courvelle, 26, burglary of habitation, possession of controlled substance, possession of marijuana; Steven Lee Donoho, 25, of Pollok, theft with two/more previous convictions; Jeremy Trimaine Garrett, 33, driving while license invalid; Sally Nicole Gregory, 31, driving while intoxicated; and Joshua Taylor Hooker, 20, of Pollok, driving while intoxicated.


Criminal trespass, Lot 24. A trespasser who had been previously warned to stay off the property was arrested over the weekend and booked into the county jail.


At 10 a.m. Monday, the Nacogdoches County Jail housed 251 inmates. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.


Vehicle accidents with injuries on Sweat Circle and NW Stallings Drive.

Vehicle accidents with no injuries on U.S. Highway 259.

Alarm malfunction on North Street.

Service call on Mackechney Street.

Assist police on Wedgwood Street.

Rescue/EMS incident on East Main Street.

Power lines down on Lock and Greenwood streets.

Building fire on CR.

Lock out on North University Drive.

Medical assists on Westview, Greenbriar, Ridgeview and SE Stallings drives; Harris, Saratoga, Martinsville, North, Park, Jordan, Ritchie and Surrey streets; Douglass and Center roads.

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