Major accident — On Monday, a man was traveling by motorcycle eastbound in the 1100 block of W. Woodard Street. According to witness accounts, he was traveling at a high rate of speed, lost control of the motorcycle and slid into the roadway. The motorcycle struck a car that was traveling southbound on Tone Avenue. The man was taken to Texoma Medical Center and is listed in extremely critical condition.

Denison Police


Major accident — On Monday, a man was traveling by motorcycle eastbound in the 1100 block of W. Woodard Street. According to witness accounts, he was traveling at a high rate of speed, lost control of the motorcycle and slid into the roadway. The motorcycle struck a car that was traveling southbound on Tone Avenue. The man was taken to Texoma Medical Center and is listed in extremely critical condition.


Theft — On Friday, police responded to a theft in the 500 block of W. Sears Street. The victim said that his 2007 Kia Spectra was stolen from his house. The car was later recovered by officers from the Durant Police Department. The victim named a possible suspect. The investigation will continue.


Theft — Police responded Friday to a store in the 400 block of N. U.S. Highway 75 regarding a theft. Store employees said they saw a juvenile conceal items and leave the store without paying. Police arrested the juvenile for theft.


Assault — Police responded to an assault Friday in the 400 block of E. Main Street. The victim said his ex-girlfriend punched him in the head during an altercation regarding their child. A completed case will be sent to the Grayson County District Attorney’s Office.


Possession of marijuana — On Saturday, an officer stopped a car for a minor traffic violation in the 500 block of N. Chandler Avenue. The driver had no driver’s license and the officer arrested him for no operator’s license. Another occupant of the vehicle was found be in possession of marijuana and tried to destroy evidence by eating the marijuana. The officer arrested him for possession of marijuana, tampering with evidence and an outstanding Grayson County warrant.


Theft — Police responded to a theft Saturday in the 1200 block of N. State Highway 91. The victim said an unknown suspect stole a cargo trailer.


Hindering apprehension of a fugitive — On Sunday, officers responded to the 500 block of W. Bullock Street regarding a 911 hang up call. A man said his girlfriend had been in an argument with another man. The girlfriend told officers there was no one else inside the residence and that she was arguing with her boyfriend. Another individual was located inside the residence and was arrested for an outstanding Grayson County warrant. Officers arrested the first man for hindering apprehension of a fugitive.


Burglary — On Monday, officers responded to the 2700 block of S. Woodlawn Boulevard regarding the burglary of a car. The victim said his vehicle was entered and a GPS system and some tools were taken. During the course of the investigation, officers contacted two women who had outstanding warrants. Officers arrested one woman on a parole violation warrant out of Fannin County, and arrested the other woman on an outstanding Denison PD warrant.


Theft — Police responded Monday to a store in the 400 block of N. U.S. Highway 75 regarding a theft. Store employees said they saw a man taking items past the last point of sale without paying for them. Police arrested the man for theft over $50.


Stolen vehicle — Police responded Tuesday to the 700 block of N. York Avenue regarding a stolen vehicle. The victim said he started his pickup truck to let it warm up, went back inside and then heard his truck leaving. There are currently no suspects.


Assault — On Tuesday, police responded to an assault at a house in Tower Lane, according to police reports. A woman said her juvenile son assaulted her by tackling her, jumping on her and punching her. The investigation will continue and a completed report will be sent to the Grayson County Juvenile Probation Department.


Forgery — On Tuesday, employees at a bank in the 3300 block of W. FM 120 said that a man passed a check that did not belong to him and was on a closed account. Police arrested the man for forgery of a financial instrument and failure to identify, after giving a false name to officers during the investigation.


Sherman Police


Criminal mischief — On Monday, a woman called police to report criminal mischief that occurred at her house in the 300 block of S. Willow Street. An unknown suspect used spray paint to deface the north side of her house. The damage was believed to have occurred sometime between Jan, 5 and Friday. A playground set at the house was also damaged during this time frame. The suspect broke the slide on the playground set causing $600 in damages. Police made a report for criminal mischief.


Found property — On Monday, a woman turned in a debit card to the Sherman Police Department. She had found the debit card Friday. Police put the debit card in the evidence locker pending return to its rightful owner, and made a report for found property.


Theft — A woman called police Monday to report a theft that occurred Jan. 15 at a store in the 400 block of E. Highway 82. Two boys entered the store, selected a bag of cookies, an FM radio transmitter and a can of aerosol duster. The suspects consumed a portion of the cookies and used a portion of the can of aerosol duster, then left both items inside the store. The suspects then attempted to conceal the FM transmitter. When confronted by store employees, both suspects ran out the front doors and got into a car. Police made a report for theft.


Burglary — A man reported Monday that his son’s car had been broken into while it was parked in the 400 block of E. US Highway 82. The burglary occurred sometime between 5 p.m. Friday and 1:20 p.m. Monday.


Found property — On Tuesday, an officer was given a wallet that was found in the 500 block of W. Lamar Street. The wallet contained identifying information and credit cards. The officer could not locate the owner, so the card was submitted into property at the Sherman PD.