Burglary of vehicle, 900 block of Holly Oak St. Police made an arrest after an alert resident reported a stranger rummaging through their vehicle. “The subject was still on scene when officers arrived and was taken into custody.”

Intoxicated person, Cushing Y. Deputies sent to reports of a driver “throwing beer cans out the window as he was driving southbound toward the city” near Cushing could not locate the vehicle.

Disturbance, 250 block of Randy Ln. Deputies sent to a disturbance between a woman and her ex-boyfriend opted not to pursue charges in the argument, but arrested the male party on a warrant.

Intoxicated person, 940 block of Cypress Ave. Deputies stopped to investigate a car parked at the Cushing car wash during late hours. Both occupants were found to be intoxicated and were arrested.

Controlled substance, 10500 US 259. Deputies on patrol noticed a stalled vehicle on the side of the highway. The occupants told them they had run out of gas, but deputies could not locate the driver “and stayed in the area attempted to locate him.” After spotting a subject come out of the woods nearby, they made contact and learned she was the owner of the vehicle. “After an investigation, the subject admitted to having narcotics on her person. She was arrested.”

Robbery, injury to a child, 1800 block of Pruitt Hill Cir. A man “caused bodily injury to his child and girlfriend during the commission of a theft.” He was gone when police arrived and as of Monday had not been located.

Family violence, 1700 block of North St. Police called to the parking lot of a fast food restaurant arrived and made contact with the complainant, “who advised she was assaulted by her mother.”

Theft, 700 block of St. James Place. A firearm was taken from a vehicle while it was parked at a home.

Burglary of vehicle, 1811 Woden Rd. A suspect entered multiple vehicles on a private drive and stole items of value.

Burglary of vehicle, 800 block of Sweetgum St. An unattended car was burglarized overnight.

Burglary of vehicle, 3600 E Main St. A car left unlocked was burglarized.

Unauthorized use of vehicle, 1200 block of South St. A vehicle was taken without permission from a grocery store.

DUI alcohol or drugs, 2800 North St. A driver was arrested after police called about a reckless driver found marijuana and an open container in the car.

Welfare check, 19100 FM 343. Deputies investigating a report of a man “laying in a ditch by the roadway” in Cushing did not find anything.

Criminal mischief, 16000 block of State Hwy. 21 W. An electrical box was stolen and wires cut at a Douglass area church.

Suspicious vehicle, 600 CR 713. A suspicious vehicle reported to the sheriff’s department turned out to be a postal truck delivery mail.

Unauthorized use of vehicle, 300 block of CR 7683. A motorcycle was stolen from a home while the owner was away.

Assault, 450 block of CR 521. Deputies investigated an incident in which a man reportedly assaulted his estranged wife and threatened several others who were there. The suspect, who was not at the scene, was contacted by deputies. Deputies were led to believe “that the assault/ family violence had occurred,” and the suspect was arrested.

Controlled substance, 23000 block of FM 226. Deputies responding to Shirley Creek Marina were told a woman there “was very intoxicated and attempting to take someone’s child.” She was arrested.

Stalled vehicle, FM 225 and CR 715. A deputy stopped to assist and allowed a mother and infant to wait in the patrol car out of the heat while a family member arrived to pick them up.

Civil complaint, 120 block of CR 6101. Deputies were called to a dispute and told by a woman that her boyfriend took her phone and would not return it. “Deputies spokes with the other party and learned that he actually owns the phone.”

Reckless driver, US 59 at county line. Deputies were called regarding “a woman in a vehicle (who) displayed a baseball bat while driving. Deputies spoke with both parties and learned that no offense occurred.”

Traffic assist, 103 E. A deputy who saw a car hit a deer requested a rotation wrecker and provided traffic control until the roadway was clear.

Suspicious circumstance, 600 block of FM 698. The owner of a rental house called deputies when she discovered “the lights in her rent house were turned on, but she had not turned them on.” The residence was cleared and no suspicious activity was found.

Arrests included: Shyteria Monique Brown, 23, of San Augustine, motion to revoke probation, assault, theft, speeding, failure to maintain financial responsibility; Heaven Lea Angel Downs, 24, assault; Candice Sabrina Lee, 39, possession of marijuana; William Lopez-Izquierdo, 44, of Tenaha, assault; Freedom Alisha Priddy Caballero, 42, of Dallas, DWI-open container, possession of marijuana; Taylor Aiken Putman, 29, 321 Laurel Lane, public intoxication; Zachary Malik Reed, 18, burglary of vehicle; Jessie Ben Bridges, 45, no driver’s license; Jaquaylan Antwan Flanagan, 32, parole warrant, driving while license invalid, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to control speed, unlawful possession of firearm by felon, possession of controlled substance; Leslie Marie Hodge, 40, possession of controlled substance; Dewayne Scott Steel, 18, public intoxication; and William Wayne Wood, 17, public intoxication.

SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT

No reports were filed.

JAIL POPULATION

At noon Monday, the Nacogdoches County Jail housed 262 inmates. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.

NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE

Medical assists on Ridgeview, Kings Row, Westward, Pruitt Hill and Northway Drives; Pearl, West College, Jordan, North, Cardinal, Chandler, North Pecan and Logansport Streets; and East Starr Avenue.

Vehicle with injuries on NE Stallings Drive.

Animal problem on Live Oak Drive.

Arcing/shorted electrical equipment on South Street.

Building fire on North University Drive.

Power line down on MacKechney Street.

Water problem on North Pecan Street.

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