Mineola Police Report


Mineola police reports for the past week included:

Dec. 19 – At 8 a.m. personnel at Sonic reported someone had damaged one of the touch-screen order boards.

An officer helped a woman who had gotten off the Amtrak train in Mineola after sleeping through her stop in Dallas. She was taken to the police station and a relative was contacted to pick her up.

At 9:50 p.m. there was a report of a vehicle speeding on North Pacific Street. An officer stopped the vehicle and the three juveniles were later released to a parent.

Dec. 18 – Police arrested Brandy Nicole Wolfe, 29, Mineola for driving with an invalid license at 1 a.m. after officers responded to a report of an assault in the parking lot at Gateway Lanes. Police reported the vehicle attempted to leave but was stopped, with Wolfe driving. The male involved did not want to file charges and said it was mutual.

Dec. 17 – A bank card was found in the Walmart parking lot and returned to the owner.

Dec. 16 – At 6:54 p.m. officers assisted the fire department with a structure fire on West Blair Street.

At 11:23 a.m. there was a report of a man yelling at workers on the construction site on Commerce Street. The man left prior to the officer’s arrival.

A woman on Kevin Street reported that her vehicle had been taken and not returned, but it was determined to be a civil issue.

There was a report of arguing and yelling at the apartments on Bromberg Street, but it turned out to only be two sisters arguing.

Officers were called to Clara Street for an assault. Those involved were separated and no one wanted to file charges.

Dec. 15 – At 9:20 a.m. an officer was called to the middle school on a report of an unruly student. A parent was contacted to pick the child up.

Personnel at Wood Memorial Nursing Home requested police issue a criminal trespass warning to someone from their facility.

At 12:50 p.m. the high school reported that a student was receiving inappropriate images through text messages.

Police arrested Shane Kaye Turlington, 20, Mineol,a at Walmart on a warrant out of Wood County.

An officer was asked to talk to a young person about his behavior. The officer spoke to him and the issue was resolved.

Dec. 14 – An employee at John’s Tire reported he was in an altercation with a co-worker and wanted to speak with an officer. It turned out to be a civil issue.

Officers were called to Chevron at 6:13 p.m. where someone was cussing and making threats. That person was issued a criminal trespass warning.

There was a report of a mother abandoning two small children at the civic center. An officer talked with the mother who had been with the children the entire time.

At 8:29 p.m. an officer talked with a woman who reported an assault at Wood Memorial.

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