Wood County Sheriff’s Report
Sgt. Jeremy Smith took a report of theft from a resident of CR 4349. Several rings were missing from the residence with a combined value of $1,350. Information was recorded regarding a …
Wood County Sheriff’s Report
Sgt. Jeremy Smith took a report of theft from a resident of CR 4349. Several rings were missing from the residence with a combined value of $1,350. Information was recorded regarding a probable suspect. At the complainant’s request, only an incident report was completed.
Deputy Jonah Croney was dispatched to a residence in the Yantis area just after 5:00 a.m. for an assault after the fact. The male suspect stated he had gotten into an argument with the female complainant after he compared her to one of his ex-girlfriends. The female advised she had been inside her car when the male grabbed her by the ankle and dragged her from the car, causing her head to hit the concrete. She declined medical attention but did wish to pursue charges and an Emergency Protective Order. The male, who was recently released from prison and is on parole, requested medical attention. He was released to the custody of EMS and was transported for evaluation. An arrest warrant was issued for the man.
Deputy McKenzie Chandler and Sgt. Austin Milbourn were dispatched to a residence on FM 852 for an active disturbance. The female complainant stated she had been kicked in the face and pushed to the ground by her boyfriend. The woman had injuries consistent with her story. The male suspect claimed his assault of the woman was a reaction to being hit in the testicular area.
Perry Matthew Carrell, 28, of Winnsboro, was arrested and transported to jail. He is charged with assault causes bodily injury. CPS was notified of the situation due to the presence of small children at the time the assault occurred.
Deputy Cole Hudson was dispatched to a residence on CR 2220 just before 4:00 a.m. for a disturbance in progress. The male complainant stated his ex-girlfriend had shown up at the residence and was attempting to remove their infant daughter. The couple had no court-issued papers regarding custody of the child. The female claimed the male shoved his hand in her throat and held her against the doorframe for about 30 seconds. Deputy Chandler noted the woman had red marks on her neck consistent with her story. David Drew Richardson, 25, of Edgewood was arrested for the offense of assault, family violence. CPS was contacted and made aware of the situation.
Deputy Andrew Rapp was dispatched to the Lake Holbrook area on CR 2265 in reference to a terroristic threat. Three men who had been fishing in a boat advised that a man on shore had threatened them with a rifle and stated they were too close to his fishing spot. The men were unable to give a description of the man due to the distance between them. They did describe a gray minivan at the campsite. Deputy Rapp located the gray van and the suspect fisherman. A search of the area produced no weapon. Deputies did locate a black case, which had contained a fishing rod, and surmised it to be what the complainants saw and mistook for a rifle. This cased is closed.
Deputies Cole Hudson and Corbin Hanner responded to a domestic dispute on FM 2088 in the Quitman area. A man and woman’s verbal altercation escalated when she allegedly bit the man and later retrieved a knife. The man was able to wrestle the knife away but suffered a small laceration in doing so. Dorothy Jolene Freeman, 31, was arrested for aggravated assault of family or household member, with a weapon.
Deputy McKenzie Chandler and Sgt. Heather Bailey were dispatched to a residence on CR 2121 for a report of indecency with a child. CPS was contacted; the juvenile victim was relocated to the Sheriff’s Office until CPS could develop a safety plan. This case has been forwarded for additional investigation.
Deputies attempted to execute a search warrant at an address on CR 2210. A man inside the residence produced a machete and wielded it toward the deputies who were eventually able to get him to relinquish the machete and a knife. Robert Cecile Crain, Jr., 32, of Quinlan, was arrested and transported to jail. He faces multiple charges including two counts of aggravated assault on a peace officer.
Deputy John Ritterbach took a report of theft from a Quitman woman, who advised she had discovered several articles of jewelry were missing from her home. The jewelry includes several men’s and women’s rings with a collective value of almost $13,000. There are suspects in this case. The case has been forwarded for additional investigation.
Deputies Croney and Ritterbach were dispatched to a residence at Holiday Villages for a report of family violence. The female victim stated she had been in a verbal altercation with her husband over his smoking. During the argument, she attempted to throw something, he restrained her and she bit him on the forearm to get him off of her. He responded by punching her 3-4 times in the face. The female displayed bruises consistent with her account. The man, who was not present when deputies first arrived, returned to the scene. He was questioned and gave his account of the altercation. Deputies observed redness on his knuckles and a bite mark on his arm. Derrick Paul Tinsley, 26, was arrested and transported to jail. He is charged with assault causes bodily injury.
Deputy Andrew Rapp was dispatched to a residence on CR 2740 in reference to animal welfare. Rapp arrived to find a dog on a cable outside the residence. The dog appeared emaciated and although there was a doghouse, there was no food or water available to the dog. The landlord advised Deputy Rapp that she had called multiple times and reported her tenant for neglecting his animals. Photographs were taken. This case remains open.