Organized retail theft — Dispatch received a call on Aug. 5 from a complainant in the 1400 block of South Austin. The caller stated that a large group of minors entered a local convenience store together. Some in the group distracted the clerk while others grabbed several packs of beer and left the store. The investigation will continue.
Pedestrian in roadway — An officer observed a female walking in the roadway in the 100 block of South Houston on Aug. 5. The suspect was arrested for pedestrian in the roadway.
Burglary — An officer responded on Aug. 5 to a male complainant in the 300 block of South Houston. He stated that someone took an air conditioner and other items from his residence, as well as an air compressor, wheel barrow and extension cords from his pick-up truck. Leads are being followed.
Forgery — An officer was dispatched on Aug. 5 to the 100 block of East Hull in reference to a forgery. The complainant stated that he paid an individual with a check for doing yard work. The amount on the check was changed when it was cashed. The investigation will continue.
Robbery — An officer responded on Aug. 5 to a female victim in the 100 block of North 8th. She stated that she was carrying rent money in an envelope while walking to a location to turn it in. A vehicle stopped and a female occupant told the victim that they had gone to school together. She then grabbed the envelope and the vehicle drove away. The victim attempted to enter the vehicle but fell to the ground.
Assault — A female victim contacted dispatch on Aug. 6 from the 1000 block of West Elm in reference to an assault. The victim stated that a female advised her that she was angry with her and then struck her with a closed fist. The case has been referred to municipal court.
Burglary — An officer responded on Aug. 6 to a male complainant who reported discovering that an air compressor, hose and electrical cord were missing from his vehicle. He observed a male he knows walking up the street with the property, and then entering his residence with it. No one at the suspect’s residence would answer the door. The investigation will continue.
Intoxicated person — Officers were dispatched on Aug. 6 to the 400 block of East Day in response to the complaint of an intoxicated person. The male suspect was arrested for minor consumption of alcohol.
Found property/theft — Officers responded on Aug. 6 to a report of someone finding a motorized scooter on their property that did not belong to them. At about 1 p.m., a person called to say that a scooter and bicycle had been stolen. The scooter was returned to the victim, but the bicycle has not been located.
Public intoxication — Officers were dispatched on Aug. 6 to the complaint of an intoxicated person in the 1300 block of South Austin. A male suspect was arrested for public intoxication.
Burglary — An officer responded on Aug. 6 to the complaint of the burglary of a vehicle. A suspect broke out a window in the vehicle and stole items from a purse, including credit and debit cards. One of the cards was used at a Sherman business. The investigation will continue.
Organized retail theft — An officer was dispatched on Aug. 6 to a business in the 400 block of North U.S. Highway 75 in reference to a theft. The complainant stated that two males asked a clerk to contact a manager about using a credit card. While the clerk was summoning a manager, the suspects forced open the cash register drawer and stole cash. The suspects then went to a different department in the store and forced open another cash register drawer. They removed cash and left the store.
Assault — An officer was investigating a disturbance on Aug. 3 in the 1600 block of East King Street, when he was informed of a previous assault that occurred months prior between two adult male roommates. A report for assault causing bodily injury to a family member was generated.
Possession — An officer located a vehicle on Aug. 3 parked after hours in a park in the 2500 block of West Center Street. The male driver was arrested for possession of marijuana less than two ounces.
Assault — An officer was dispatched on Aug. 3 to a disturbance in the 1600 block of East King Street. The male victim stated that he was physically assaulted by another adult male who also threatened him with a firearm. A report for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon was filed.
Criminal mischief — An officer responded on Aug. 3 to a female complainant in the 1800 block of West Crescent Drive. She stated that a suspect damaged her vehicle. A report for criminal mischief was generated.
Assault — An officer was dispatched on Aug. 3 to a disturbance at a business in the 300 block of East Highway 82. The manager stated that he asked a female to leave the premises. She became upset and splashed her drink on his shirt, which offended him. A report for assault by contact was generated.
Theft — An officer made telephone contact on Aug. 3 with a male complainant in the 5300 block of Bello Vista Drive. He stated that a female suspect who is known to him is refusing to return property that belongs to him. A report for theft was filed.
Found property — An officer made contact on Aug. 3 with a male complainant in reference to found property. He stated that he found an oxygen machine and carrying case on the sidewalk in front of his mother’s residence. The machine was turned in to the Sherman Police Department pending its return to the rightful owner. A report for found property was generated.
Violation of protective order — An officer was dispatched on Aug. 3 to the 200 block of East Utah Street in response to the violation of an emergency protective order. It was determined that the suspect was indeed in violation of the protective order, and he was arrested and transported to the Grayson County Jail for booking.
Burglary — Dispatch received a call on Aug. 3 from a male complainant in the 2700 block of Cedar Park Drive. He stated that a suspect was burglarizing his home. Judging that the suspect was possibly armed, multiple officers responded. When the suspect exited the home, he was placed under arrest without incident.