Warrant service – An officer was dispatched to 3825 W. Arkansas St. to respond to a city of Durant cleanup crew having trouble with a man at the site. The officer ran the man through dispatch and found that he had a warrant. He was arrested for the warrant and taken to Bryan County Jail.
Domestic violence – On Nov. 3, a woman calling from the 100 block of Sorrells Rd. told police that her husband hit her in the mouth after she questioned his whereabouts, according to police reports.
Driving under the influence – Police pulled over a car swerving while traveling eastbound on Highway 70 W on Nov. 4. The driver advised police that she had taken medication earlier that was making her drowsy. She agreed to a field sobriety test. She was then taken to the Bryan County jail for an intoxilyzer test, then to the hospital for a blood test. Police arrested the woman for driving under the influence and she was booked at the Bryan County Jail, said Durant PD Detective Drew Hale.
Driving While Intoxicated, Possession of a Dangerous Drug — On Nov. 3 police were dispatched to an apartment complex in the 3000 block of Heritage Pkwy to respond to a man who said his wife had dragged him down the roadway. The wife had been driving a red Ford Mustang, and police could not find it at the time. Later, police received a call from a man who said he was driving behind a red Ford Mustang driving fast, erratically and with a flat tire on Heritage Pkwy. He followed the Mustang to an apartment complex on Taylor St. where a woman exited the vehicle. Police identified the woman as the same one who had dragged her husband down the roadway. She admitted to having a number of prescription drugs in her system and was found to be in possession of drugs. She was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon family member and driving while intoxicated, and was taken to the Grayson County Jail.
Driving While Intoxicated — Police responded to a motor vehicle crash Nov. 4 in the 700 block of South U.S. Highway 75. At the crash site, officers found a man standing outside a white truck looking at the damage. A police report said officers believed the man appeared to be intoxicated, so they had him perform a field sobriety test. The man failed the test and was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
Criminal Mischief — A man called police on Nov. 4 to report that on Nov. 2 a woman known to him cut up his debit card. The incident occurred at the man’s residence located in the 1200 block of W. Hunt St. The man reported that he was waiting on a replacement debit card and did not have a way to get money in the meantime. Police made a report for criminal mischief.
Burglary — Police received a call Nov. 4 reporting that an unknown suspect entered a residence in the 2100 block of N. Ross St. and stole prescription medication. Police made a report for burglary of a habitation.
Forgery, Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance — An officer responded Nov. 4 to a convenience store at 529 W. Lamar St. in reference to a person trying to pass counterfeit bills. An employee told police that a customer tried to pay with several $10 bills that showed to be counterfeit when checked with a counterfeit pen. The customer said he got the bills as change at another convenience store earlier in the day. While at the convenience store, police found the customer to be in possession of a controlled substance. He was arrested and taken to the Grayson County Jail. Police made a report for forgery of a government record/money/securities.
Lost Property — A man told police Nov. 5 that he struck an animal while driving on E. U.S. Highway 82, causing his license plate to fall off. Police made a report for lost property.