Mineola Police Report

Posted 3/10/22

February 26

2:30 a.m., assist other agency, S. Hwy. 69, one vehicle rollover, subject out of vehicle but claiming to be injured, guardrail damaged.

10:13 a.m., reckless driver, 300 blk …

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Mineola Police Report


February 26

2:30 a.m., assist other agency, S. Hwy. 69, one vehicle rollover, subject out of vehicle but claiming to be injured, guardrail damaged.

10:13 a.m., reckless driver, 300 blk Greenville, subject arrested, Britney Bruno.

12:10 p.m., terroristic threat, W. Kilpatrick, suspect called and threatened subject, no offense occurred.

12:39 p.m., terroristic threat, W. Broad, suspect called subject and threatened harm.

2:31 p.m., escort, 100 blk CR 2503, funeral.

5:13 p.m., welfare concern, Sycamore, subject did not return home, vehicle located and employees at business advised subject fell and was taken to hospital.

February 27

1:53 a.m., assist other agency, 1200 blk E. Hwy. 80, couple arguing.

9:29 a.m., found property, Nature Preserve, found clothes on trail at picnic table.

11:27b a.m., welfare concern, N. Pacific, 911 call hangup, kids playing with phone.

7:16 p.m., motorist assist, W. Broad at Green, debris in roadway, cleared.

10:55 p.m., assist other agency, 200 blk CR 2280, sheriff’s office looking for suspect who fled on foot.

February 28

8:43 a.m., criminal mischief, Country Club, front gate damaged.

12:18 p.m., alarm, S. Pacific, set off by mistake.

12:19 p.m., assist other agency, W. US Hwy. 80, outside city, county informed.

1:16 p.m., warrant service, N. Pacific, arrested Edgar Jesus Contreras on Upshur County warrant.

2:55 p.m., public assist, 1000 blk W. Loop 564, subject ran out of gas.

6:19 p.m., welfare concern, 100 blk NE Loop 564, call from store about man acting erratically and trying to get in locked doors, and separate 911 call apparently from subject who reported being confused, felt sick and did not know where they were. Subject’s mother called later with details, subject recently released from jail.

6:21 p.m., public assist, W. Kilpatrick, report of fire and explosions, controlled burn by homeowner.

7:34 p.m., city ordinance violation, W. Broad, loud music, unable to locate.

11:22 p.m., littering, 100 blk E. Front, odd pile of stuff, no people present.

11:46 p.m., suspicious vehicle, Loop 564 at Hwy. 80, report of vehicle stopped with no lights in roadway, info forwarded to sheriff’s office.

March 1

10:55 a.m., terroristic threat, Debby, upset customer.

11:21 a.m., suspicious person, 100 blk E Loop 564, subject cursing and acting erratic, unable to locate.

5:23 p.m., welfare concern, N. Newsom, unable to contact mother, vehicle not at residence.

5:34 p.m., reckless driver, S. Pacific at city limits, vehicle speeding, almost ran off road and damaged windshield, other driver also contacted police claiming suspect followed home and tried to hit vehicle, occurred in Smith County.

5:48 p.m., assist other agency, Meadowbrook, daughter did not come home from school on bus, advised bus was running late.

6:10 p.m., welfare concern, N. Pacific, advised child alone in vehicle, officer advised everything OK.

March 2

8:21 a.m., welfare concern, Goodson Cir., open 911 line, subject advised he is OK.

11:50 a.m., found property, Lilly at N. Pacific, cell phone and wallet, returned to owner.

3:36 p.m., alarm, N. Pacific, set off accidentally.

3:58 p.m., suspicious vehicle, Bromberg at Baker, vehicle dumping debris, subject moving debris to different location, no citation.

6:37 p.m., motor vehicle accident, 1400 blk S. Pacific, two vehicles, one subject taken to hospital by EMS.

7:48 p.m., assist other agency, Landers, structure fire.

10:28 p.m., unsecured area, E. Commerce, open door, everything OK.

March 3

12:43 a.m., city ordinance violation, N. Pacific, loud music, music stopped before officer arrival.

1:28 a.m., motorist assist, 200 blk N. Pacific, directions given.

1:29 a.m., motorist assist, 200 blk N. Pacific, subject from prior call laid bike over.

12:03 p.m., assault, W. McDonald, party reported boyfriend hit her in face, suspect left scene, officer reported verbal only and parties separated.

2:07 p.m., assist other agency, N. Johnson, subject choking, reported to be OK.

4:16 p.m., warrant service, University, no contact.

4:41 p.m., terroristic threat, 1100 blk N. Pacific, subject at business threatened and forced to leave, is a civil matter.

7:1 p.m., welfare concern, E. Broad, vehicle running with two small children, subject was picking up order.

9:21 p.m., welfare concern, Ivy, party lost contact with mother while on phone, had fallen, taken to hospital by EMS.

9:43 p.m., reckless driver, NE Loop 564, three vehicles doing doughnuts in parking lot, unable to locate.

March 4

1:09 a.m., suspicious vehicle, E. Patten, doors open, owner accidentally left open.

10:47 a.m., theft, Bowdoin, officer reported no offense occurred.

3:50 p.m., information, N. Newsom, vehicle repossession.

4:04 p.m., harassment, NE Loop 564, victim confronted at location, officer to make contact with suspect.

4:07 p.m., motorist assist, W. Broad at Cheek, vehicle blocking traffic, moved off roadway.

7:10 p.m., suspicious vehicle, SE Loop 564, report of spotlighting and shooting, residence outside city limits and everything OK.

10:15 p.m., assist other agency, 200 blk PR 6304, sheriff’s department with suspect in custody.

10:43 p.m., motor vehicle accident, Commerce, hit and run, subjects exchanged information.

Officers also made 49 traffic stops and 19 animal control calls.