Police Reports

Deadly conduct, 1400 block of CR 521. Deputies responded to a report of a drive-by shooting and found shell casings in the roadway. “Deputies located several bullet holes in nearby houses and vehicles. Information and evidence was collected for an investigation.”

Robbery, 1500 block of Dolph St. A man reported that someone offered him a ride and used force to steal his wallet.

Family violence, 1900 block of Westview Drive. A man reported he was trying to break up a fight when his cousin assaulted him. “He received injury from the assault. The cousin was arrested.”

Assault, 1700 Douglass Road. Police responding to a fight between a man and woman learned the woman had suffered injuries. The man was arrested.

Terroristic threat, 4900 block of Old Lufkin Road. A resident said “a known subject arrived at his residence and made threats to end his life.”

Assault, 1400 block of Douglass Road. Police responded to a medical assist at an apartment complex after a man reported to have been assaulted by his previous roommate.

Intoxicated driver, 1600 block of Cardinal St. Police stopped a driver going faster than the posted speed limit. He exhibited signs of intoxication and performed poorly on field tests. He was arrested, and charges were enhanced due to a previous DWI conviction.

Deadly conduct, 3300 block of Old Tyler Road. Police responding to a report of gunshots learned a firearm had been discharged at a multi-family mobile home community.

Violation of protective order, 200 block of Oak Hill Plaza Drive. A resident of an apartment complex wanted to file charges against someone for violating a protective order.

Assault, 900 block of Spring Valley Drive. Police responding to a disturbance with injuries and arrested the primary aggressor.

Assist complainant, 800 block of N. FM 95. A couple who got into an argument while at a home in Garrison was asked not to return by the homeowner.

Controlled substance, 800 block of FM 95. A caller said “she believes her neighbors are selling drugs due to the amount of traffic and amount of people at the residence.”

Assist complainant, 110 block of CR 805. A homeowner asked deputies to remove someone from his home; however, deputies learned the caller’s wife had invited him there. “The complainant was advised that the deputy could not have the person removed due to being invited.”

Theft of service, 120 block of Bronco Road. It was believe a person who should not have access to trash dumpsters had placed rubbish near them for pickup. “Upon checking the area, the suspected bags of trash had been picked up and placed in with two other bags. There were no known witnesses. Value of the service would be calculated as less than $100 for what was reported. The dumpsters serve as trash service for approximately 30 households, and the property owners pay a monthly disposal fee.” No suspects have been identified.

Noise complaint, 160 block of Ridgeview Drive. Deputies responding to a noise complaint discovered a party with a live band. “A warning for loud music was issued.”

Intoxicated person, FM 2863 and CR 525. Deputies stopping to investigate a vehicle in a ditch arrested a man inside who was “intoxicated to the degree that he was a danger to himself.”

Arrests included: Michael Alan Bell, 55, assault causing bodily injury; Larry Lee Christopher, 46, criminal trespass; Lorenzo Garcia, 76, public intoxication; Ernest Parker Jr., 64, of Timpson, no driver’s license, driving while intoxicated; Victor Alexander Torres, 19, murder; Ramiro Vazquez Garcia, 25, public intoxication; Omar Alejandro Gonzalez, 32, driving while intoxicated, open alcohol container; Heleana Leann Paddie, 23, of Hemphill, bail jumping and failure to appear; Adam Tyvon Shepherd, 26, driving while intoxicated second; Leah Michele Walters, 35, theft; Deandre M. Walton, 24, possession of marijuana; and Austin Deaundre Whitaker, 22, assault causes bodily injury, criminal mischief.

SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT

No reports were filed.

JAIL POPULATION

At 11 a.m. Monday, the Nacogdoches County Jail housed 247 inmates. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.

NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE

Medical assists at Banita, Cardinal, Greer, Jordan, Beall, E. Main, Martinsville, Raguet, Shawnee, and Lake streets; Churchill, Old Line, Tall Oak, Westward, Oakview and SE Stallings drives; Appleby Sand Road.

Alarm malfunction on Northway Drive.

Outside equipment fire on CR 408.

Unauthorized burning on South Street.

Brush and grass fire on MLK Drive.

Service call on Pearl Street.

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