Sherman Police

Sherman Police


Possession of child pornography — Friday police were called to the 300 block of W. McLain Drive regarding child pornography. A witness said his roommate loaned him a cell phone that contained multiple images of child pornography. Detectives responded to the scene and took over the investigation. Police made a report for possession of child pornography.


Criminal mischief — An officer went Friday to the 100 block of E. College Street in reference to criminal mischief. The victim said that an unknown suspect broke the rear window of his car sometime during the night. The officer made a report for criminal mischief, $500 to $1500.


Found property — An officer found a cell phone Friday in the 1500 block of S. Austin Street. The cell phone was an AT&T LG and its battery was not charged. Sherman police are asking the owner of the cell phone to contact police to claim it.


Theft — A woman called police Friday to report a theft. On Oct. 7, a suspect received services for her pet at a business in the 2100 block of W. Houston Street. The suspect left the location without paying $291.34 for the services. The woman said that all postage she has mailed to the address the suspect provided has been returned undeliverable. Police made a report for theft.


Death investigation — Friday an officer went to a house in the 1600 block of E. Hilton Street to investigate a deceased elderly man. The officer found that the man had died of natural causes. The officer made a report for death investigation.


Forgery Financial Instrument — An officer spoke with a man Friday in the 400 block of N. Travis Street. The man had attempted to cash a forged check at a bank. The officer arrested the man for forgery of financial instrument.


Theft — A man called police Friday to report a theft that occurred Thursday at a store in the 3400 block of Town Center Street. At 4:30 p.m. Thursday, the man heard the theft alarm go off. He walked around to the front of the store and saw a male suspect exiting. The man followed the suspect and asked him to return back inside. The suspect then threw a book on the ground, continued to walk away and got into a silver, four-door car. Once inside the car the man opened the door and threw a second book outside. He then drove away in an unknown direction. Police made a report for theft.


Forgery — An officer went Friday to a bank in the 100 block of E. Taylor Street in reference to a man who was attempting to pass a fraudulent check. Prior to the officer’s arrival, the suspect fled the area. The officer found out his identity and made a report for forgery.


Found property — Friday police found a large sum of money in the 1600 block of S. Montgomery Street. Police seized the money for safekeeping and made a report for found property.


Possession of marijuana — An officer initiated a traffic stop with a car Friday in the 100 block of S. Maxey Street. During the traffic stop, the driver gave the officer verbal consent to search the car. Before the officer searched the car, the driver said he had some marijuana in the vehicle. The officer located a usable amount of marijuana inside the car, arrested the driver for possession of marijuana and mad an offense report.


Driving while intoxicated — Saturday an officer responded to a single-car accident in the 2100 block of Texoma Parkway. The driver was intoxicated and had a suspended license. The officer arrested the driver for driving while intoxicated second and driving while license invalid with previous conviction.


Public intoxication — An officer went Saturday to the 200 block of S. First Street to assist with a traffic stop. Upon arrival the officer made contact with the three passengers. There were multiple open containers of alcohol inside the car. Another officer arrested the driver. All three passengers inside the car admitted to consuming alcohol. At the conclusion of the traffic stop, all three passengers were believed to be intoxicated to the point they were a danger to themselves or others. The officer arrested the passengers and made an offense report.


Failure to identify — Saturday an officer arrested a man for public intoxication. At the time of the arrest, the officer did not know the man’s identity. Upon arrival to the jail, the man provided a corrections officer with a false name. When the man’s true identity was discovered, he was found to have a warrant for his arrest. Police arrested the man for failure to identify as fugitive from justice and a warrant for a separate fail to identify case. Police made an offense report.


Theft —An officer responded to a theft Saturday in the 300 block of E. Taylor Street. The victim had placed some money in a container to make a transaction and forgot he placed the money there before driving off. When he returned after recalling he left the money, it was gone. The officer made a report for theft.


Possession of marijuana — An officer searched a man Saturday in the 1600 block of E. Richards Street and found a small baggy of marijuana on his person. The officer arrested the man for possession of marijuana, less than two ounces.


Criminal mischief — An officer was dispatched Saturday to a house in the 4800 block of Timberview Drive regarding a burglary. Upon arrival, the officer found fresh damage to the front door of the house. No items were reportedly stolen. During the investigation, the victim provided the officer with conflicting information. The officer made a report for criminal mischief.


Abandoned vehicle — Sunday police found an abandoned car in the 2700 block of Fallon Drive. The car was blocking traffic and was a hazard. Police towed the car for safekeeping.


Assault —An officer responded to an assault Sunday in the 2400 block of Texoma Parkway. A man had come home intoxicated and assaulted his girlfriend. Once the suspect passed out, the victim left the house.


Accident — Monday a Chevrolet Trailblazer was traveling on U.S. Highway 75 when it veered off the road and struck a light pole. There were no injuries, Sherman police said.