Wood County Sheriff’s Report

Posted 1/20/22

January 5

Deputy Melissa Pollard was dispatched to Hwy. 37 for an individual experiencing a mental health crisis.  The individual was transported to the hospital for mental …

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Wood County Sheriff’s Report

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January 5

Deputy Melissa Pollard was dispatched to Hwy. 37 for an individual experiencing a mental health crisis.  The individual was transported to the hospital for mental evaluation.

Deputy Andrew Morrison spoke with an individual who was informed of a collection account on her credit report. She states it was not an account she opened. An incident report was completed.

Deputies responded to five stray animal calls, two agency assist calls and two transports.

January 6

Deputy Morrison had a request to speak. The party stated her husband had violated conditions of bond by calling her and leaving a message at her residence.

Deputy Morrison responded to CR 3540 for a theft. The party stated her daughter and her daughter’s boyfriend had borrowed a few things from her.  When she requested the items back, they would not return them. She finally said they could keep all the items, but had to return a firearm. Since the firearm still has not been returned, it was entered as stolen and a report was forwarded to the Criminal Investigation Division (CID).

Deputy Pollard went to a business on Hwy 37. in regard to a subject refusing to exit another person’s vehicle. The party stated he gave the female a ride to the location, but once they got there, she refused to get out. Ashlie Deborah Garcia, 38, of Lake Havasu City, was arrested for public intoxication.

Deputy Benjamin Whisenhunt took a report of criminal mischief regarding burglary of a motor vehicle.  The party who stated it appeared someone attempted to steal a vehicle, which was damaged. A report will be forwarded to CID

Deputy Andrew Rapp was sent to CR 4591 for a possible suicidal subject. Rapp observed self-inflicted injuries, and he transported the person to the hospital for mental evaluation.

Deputy Rapp had an alarm call on CR 3960. He checked the residence and made contact with the homeowners, who advised everything was OK.

Investigator Amanda Dollison took a request to speak regarding harassment. The party stated she was attempting to sell their house, but a family member didn’t want it sold and is harassing her. Information was given on how to handle the situation.

Deputy Bonnie Sepulvado received an alarm call on Hwy. 69. The building was checked and found secure.

Deputy Whisenhunt spoke with an individual on CR 1227 regarding a neighbor threatening her dogs.  The neighbor stated the party’s dogs injured his dog through the fence. They were advised it would be a civil issue.

Deputy Jonah Croney went to CR 1792 for an inquest. The justice of the peace and funeral home were notified.

Deputies had two stray animal calls, two agency assist calls and two transports.

January 7

Deputy Linda Williams responded to Hwy. 154 for criminal trespass. The party stated a female he has a criminal trespass on came to his residence and had video evidence. Deputies located the female in her vehicle. Tammy Kay Crow, 56, of Winnsboro, was arrested for criminal trespass.

Deputy John Cooper spoke with a female who stated her grandson was assaulted on CR 2303. Cooper spoke with the grandson, who would not cooperate. No report was filed.

Deputy Cooper took a criminal mischief report on CR 2540. The party wished to have it documented that his mailbox was damaged.

Deputy Cooper had an inquest on CR 1912. The funeral home and justice of the peace were notified.

Deputy Jonah Croney was dispatched to an alarm call on Kiowa St. He found it was a vehicle horn. It was unplugged by the owner.

Deputy Croney was advised of a possible discharge of a firearm on Kickapoo. The party stated someone had come to his residence. When asked to leave, the individual refused and retrieved a firearm, pointing it at him. He attempted to take control of the gun and the firearm went off.  CID will be further investigating.

Deputy Cooper was dispatched to PR 7631 for criminal mischief. The individual stated his window was broken out by his ex-girlfriend. He wished to press charges against the suspect. The case will be forwarded to CID.

Deputy Croney had an inquest on Hwy 154. The justice of the peace and funeral home were notified.

Deputy Linda Williams responded to CR 2088 for a damaged property call. The party stated her mailbox appeared to have been struck by a vehicle.

Deputy Brad Cox was notified of an alarm on CR 2200. It was found to be a vehicle alarm. Everything appeared to be secure, and the owner of the vehicle was contacted.

Deputy Jim Rapp went to Hwy. 37 regarding criminal trespass of a habitation. He observed the individual standing outside, knocking on the front door.  It was found she walked into a room and found the individual standing there. She was asked to leave. After a few minutes, the female finally left, and the homeowner locked the door. The individual then attempted to reenter the residence. Ashlie Deborah Garcia, 38, homeless, was arrested for criminal trespass of a habitation.

Sgt. Heather Bailey took a criminal trespass call on Concho. Individuals were located going through trash and trespassing. The subjects were told to leave and advised they were not to come back.

Deputy Jim Rapp was advised of a disturbance on CR 2280. It was learned that a father and son were in a disturbance and the son pushed him. The father told the son that if he put his hands on him again, the police would be notified. The son kept instigating the issue. Parties were separated and no charges were filed.

Deputy Williams had a request to speak regarding a violation of a protective order. The party stated they have been receiving phone calls from an individual who had conditions of bond and a magistrate’s order of emergency protection. The report will be forwarded to CID.

Deputy Matthew Cooper was dispatched to a disturbance in the parking lot of the sheriff’s office. The party stated she was there for a child exchange. The child decided she didn’t want to go with her father.  She got out of the vehicle and ran to her mother. This made the father mad, and he shoved them to the ground, causing injuries. The case will be forwarded to CID.

Deputy Jefferey Baldwin took a phone report. The party stated they were upset that security was driving on the road in front of his house, and he doesn’t want them there. He was advised to contact the home owners association.

Deputy Williams responded to a theft on CR 3104. The party advised several rings were stolen from her residence. She was able to give a possible suspect. The report was forwarded to CID.

Deputies took two stray animal calls and one agency assist call.

January 8

Deputy Jefferey Baldwin conducted a welfare check on FM 17. He was able to make contact with the subject, who advised she was fine.

Sgt. Skinner responded to CR 3849 for a fire. The party stated he was around a bonfire when he heard a loud noise and then noticed his vehicle was on fire. The fire was put out, and the fire marshal was notified.

Deputy Williams had a disturbance call on FM 17. The party stated her ex-boyfriend had come to the location, knocked a window out and entered the property looking for his belongings. The ex-boyfriend also contacted dispatch. When Williams made contact, a criminal trespass warning was issued for the location.

Sgt. Heather Bailey took a theft report on CR 4480. The party stated he had been working on a fence on his property when he noticed numerous t-posts missing. The report will be forwarded to CID.

Deputy Jim Rapp received information regarding illegal dumping. About 19 bags of trash were dumped.  Pictures were taken and TxDOT was notified.

Deputy Matthew Cooper received a call of a sexual assault of a child. The case will be forwarded to CID.

Deputies responded to two stray animal calls and one agency assist.

January 9

Deputy Cooper took a welfare concern call on CR 2958. The party wished to have her son checked on.  Deputy Cooper went to the location and found the child to be safe and appeared to be in good health.

Sgt. Skinner had a dispute on FM 14.  She made contact with a female who stated her boyfriend had tried breaking into her residence after an argument. The ex-boyfriend was not on scene.

Sgt. Bailey was dispatched to S. Main St. for a disturbance between a male and female. The male subject left the location prior to Bailey’s arrival. The victim reported she had made arrangements to meet her ex-boyfriend at the location to exchange some property. She said he got mad when she wouldn’t give him some papers he claimed belonged to him. He reached into her vehicle and assaulted her. She does wish to press charges. The case was forwarded to CID.

Deputy Williams assisted a suicidal subject on PR 7981. The subject agreed to go to the hospital for assistance with EMS.

Deputy Rapp responded to CR 1236 for illegal dumping. Numerous trash bags of food and household goods were dumped on the county road.

Deputy Brad Cox met with an individual regarding a dog bite. He went to the location where the dog lives and spoke with the owner. The dog was put in quarantine for 10 days.

Deputy Williams spoke with an individual on CR 4815 regarding a suspicious circumstance. The party stated she received an envelope in the mail with no identifying characteristics. Inside the envelope with a single white sheet of paper with a handwritten message. The party was concerned about the message and asked the incident be documented for further review.

Deputy Rapp took a fire call on FM 17. He observed a vehicle on fire. Photographs were taken and forwarded to the fire marshal’s office.

Deputies responded to one agency assist call.

January 10

Deputy Croney responded to a fire on CR 1977. A vehicle and camper had caught on fire. Photographs of the location were taken and the case will be forwarded to the fire marshal’s office.

Deputies Morrison and Whisenhunt were dispatched to CR 2121 for a disturbance. The party stated a male came to his residence and demanded items. When the party told the man he did not know where they were, the man got mad and kicked his door in and left. He was located at his residence and a criminal trespass warning was issued.

Deputy Morrison took a theft report on FM 1799. The party stated two vehicles were broken into. The only thing taken was a firearm. It was entered as stolen in the national system, and the report was forwarded to CID.

Deputy Morrison went to CR 1660 for a terroristic threat call. The party stated her boyfriend’s son had threatened her. The subject left prior to Morrison’s arrival. The case was forwarded to CID.

Deputy Morrison conducted a welfare check on FM 14. The individual was located and stated they did not wish to speak to the other parties because of issues between family members.

Deputy Whisenhunt took a criminal trespass call on FM 2966. The party stated someone has been on his property causing damage. The information was documented for future reference.

Deputy Morrison arrived at Hwy. 69 in regard to a suspicious circumstance. The party stated several items were stolen. He did not wish to pursue charges but wanted the incident documented.

Deputies responded to two stray animal calls and one agency assist call.

January 11

Deputy Morrison located 20-30 bags of pine needles along the roadway on CR 2302. He attempted to make contact with homeowners in the area to find out where they came from.

Deputies Morrison and Whisenhunt responded to a verbal dispute on PR 8692. The parties were separated prior to the deputies’ arrival. No offense occurred.

Sgt. Austin Milbourn took a lobby call of a sexual assault. The case will be forwarded to CID.

Deputy Whisenhunt spoke with a woman who stated when her daughter’s ex-husband moved out, he took the daughter’s phone with him. A 10-day demand letter was sent requesting the return of the phone. At this time, the call is civil. They were advised if the phone was not returned by the 11th day, the case would be criminal.

Deputy Whisenhunt took a phone report from an individual claiming a package was stolen. The party stated her mother sent her a package from Amazon. She tracked the package and found it was delivered to an old address, where her former roommate still lived. When she made contact with the former roommate, they stated they had not received the package. The party does wish to press charges.

Deputy Whisenhunt was contacted by dispatch for a theft on CR 1475. The caller advised a vehicle was stolen. She stated the vehicle was not working, had no gas and had flat tires. The party does not know who would have taken the vehicle. The case was forwarded to CID.

Deputy Morrison arrived at FM 2966 regarding a criminal trespass. He located two individuals coming off the property. They stated they believed they had permission to be on the property because family members said it was OK. Since it was a misunderstanding, no charges were filed.

Deputy Morrison took a phone report of harassment. The caller advised an electrician was texting him about wages and making vague threats. The caller only wished to have the incident documented.

Deputy Pollard was dispatched to CR 2754 for a possible theft. The party stated he returned to his residence to find the gate open and numerous items missing. The case will be forwarded to CID.

Deputies responded to five stray animal calls and one agency assist.