Narcotics — At 2 p.m. Wednesday a Grayson County Sheriff K-9 handler made a traffic stop on northbound Highway 75 near Fallon Road, according to a written release from the Sheriff’s Office. There were two men and one woman in the car. The investigator identified the two men, but the woman gave a false name and date of birth. All three occupants gave the investigator a different story as to where they were coming from and where they were going. A K-9 alerted a narcotic odor on the passenger door of the car. The investigator searched the car and found 50 grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, pipes, digital scales and plastic bags. The two men were arrested for possession of a controlled substance and tamper fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair. The woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and fail to identify fugitive intent to give false information.
Grayson County Sheriff’s Office
Narcotics — At 2 p.m. Wednesday, a Grayson County Sheriff K-9 handler made a traffic stop on northbound U.S. Highway 75 near Fallon Road, according to a written release from the Sheriff’s Office. There were two men and a woman in the car. The investigator identified the two men, but the woman gave a false name and date of birth. All three occupants gave the investigator a different story as to where they were coming from and where they were going. A K-9 alerted a narcotic odor on the passenger door of the car. The investigator searched the car and found 50 grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, pipes, digital scales and plastic bags. The two men were arrested for possession of a controlled substance and tampering or fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair. The woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and failing to identify - fugitive intent to give false information.
Narcotics — On March 3, officers responded to a burglary in progress at a house in the 400 block of South 3rd Street. The caller said he saw a man and woman enter his house while he was down the street. The officers arrived and spoke with the man and woman, and the woman said she was at the house to gather her belongings and brought the man with her to help. The officers asked for the woman’s ID, and she led officers to her car so she could retrieve her purse. While the woman was looking through her purse for her ID, the officers saw several syringes, a grinder and a bag of marijuana inside the purse. The officers arrested the woman for possession of marijuana. The caller then arrived at the scene and said he knew the woman and did not wish to press charges.
Assault — Officers responded to a disturbance on March 3 at a house in the 300 block of West Denison Avenue. When the officers arrived, several people were on the porch yelling. A woman, who was unsteady and smelled like alcohol, walked toward the officers. The victim told police she was choked by the unsteady woman. The victim had marks on her neck consistent with her story. The officers arrested the unsteady woman for assault of family member - impede breath.
Narcotics — On March 5 officers went to a house in the 800 block of Chestnut Street to serve an outstanding warrant for delivery of marijuana. When the officers arrived they identified the suspect and arrested him. The officers then asked the homeowner for consent to search the house for any additional illegal contraband. The homeowner gave consent. While searching the house, the officers found two bags of marijuana and some scales. The suspect took responsibility for the marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The officers also arrested the suspect for possession of marijuana, less than two ounces.
Theft — On Monday, a man called police to report a theft that occurred Tuesday at a restaurant in the 2600 block of North U.S. Highway 75. The man said he saw two men and two women leave the restaurant without paying for the food they ordered and ate. When the suspects were confronted outside of the restaurant, they ran to a car and left the area. Police made a report for theft.
Theft — Monday, a woman called police to report a theft that occurred March 7 at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. The woman saw a man and woman conceal two DVDs in the woman’s purse and leave the store. When store employees approached the man and woman, they walked past the employees and left the store. The suspects then got inside a white, four-door Toyota Camry and drove away. Police made a report for theft.
Credit card abuse — An officer responded Monday to the 800 block of S. Walnut Street regarding credit card abuse. A woman said her card had been used at several locations without her consent. The officer made an offense report, and the investigation is ongoing.
Forgery with intent to harm elderly — A 76-year-old man went Monday to the Sherman Police Department and reported that he had been defrauded by a couple in Denison over a piece of residential property. Police made a report for forgery with intent to harm elderly.
Criminal trespass — An officer responded to a burglary Monday in the 1000 block of Holiday Drive. The caller had arrived home and found his front door kicked in. The officer checked the house and found no one in it. The officer made an offense report.
Theft — Police received a call Monday reporting a theft that occurred Saturday at a store in the 3900 block of Town Center Street. Four women had entered the store, and one began trying on sandals. After the women left, an employee found an empty shoe box for the size and type of shoes the woman was trying on. Police made a report for theft.
Prohibited weapons — An officer responded to reports of an explosion Monday at an apartment complex on Travis Street. A man told the officer that he heard two pops near his apartment. He and another man found two plastic bottles that appeared to have exploded. Someone had been mixing together household chemicals, sealing the bottles and throwing them, causing them to explode, said SPD Sgt. D.M. Hampton. The officer made a report for prohibited weapons.
Burglary — Monday, employees at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82 detained a man and woman for theft. An officer responded and determined that both the man and woman had previously been given notice not to enter the business. The officer arrested both of them for burglary of building.
Assault — Police received a report of an assault Monday in the 900 block of W. Washington Street. Officers responded to the location and the victim said her husband had struck her with a car door, causing her physical pain. The suspect left before the officers arrived.
Deadly conduct discharge firearm — A woman called police Monday and reported there was a hole in her window at an apartment complex in the 4800 block of Timberview Drive. The woman believed the hole was from a gunshot reported earlier in the day. No bullet or bullet casing were found. Police made a report for deadly conduct and the investigation is ongoing.
Theft — Officers responded to a disturbance Monday in the 1200 block of W. Taylor Street. The victims said the disturbance involved the theft of a Porter Cable combo tool set. The officers found evidence indicating that the victim’s tools had been pawned at a local pawn store. A report was made for theft of property.