Assault — Officers responded to a disturbance Wednesday at a house in the 100 block of N. Carr Street. The landlord had assumed a tenant had vacated the house. The landlord entered the house, began removing the tenant’s property and piled it up in the front yard. The tenant, who had not vacated the house or been legally evicted, returned and started an altercation. During the altercation the tenant was pushed down, causing her to cut her hand on broken glass.

Sherman Police


Assault — Officers responded to a disturbance Wednesday at a house in the 100 block of N. Carr Street. The landlord had assumed a tenant had vacated the house. The landlord entered the house, began removing the tenant’s property and piled it up in the front yard. The tenant, who had not vacated the house or been legally evicted, returned and started an altercation. During the altercation the tenant was pushed down, causing her to cut her hand on broken glass.


Theft — Wednesday, a man called police to report a theft that occurred Tuesday at a business in the 4800 block of Texoma Parkway. A woman had entered the business and stolen a bottle of liquor. Police made a report for theft.


Fraud — An officer responded to a case of two individuals attempting to buy items with a stolen credit card Wednesday at a business in the 2700 block of Texoma Parkway. When the officer arrived, the suspects identified themselves with out-of-state driver’s licenses. The officer discovered that the driver’s licenses and the credit card were fake.


Debit card abuse — A woman went to the Sherman Police Department Wednesday to report debit card abuse. The woman said her sister removed her debit card from her coat pocket and used it at various locations within the city of Sherman without her knowledge or consent. The woman’s sister then returned the card to her coat pocket. Police made a report for debit card abuse.


Debit card abuse — A man reported to police Wednesday that someone had been using his debit card without his permission at a business in the 3600 block of S. Sam Rayburn Freeway. The man took up the discrepancy with his bank. Police made a report for debit card abuse.


Possession of a controlled substance — Officers responded Wednesday to the 1500 block of Texoma Parkway regarding narcotics activity. The officers found a man at the location trying to conceal a glass pipe that contained a heavy residue. The officers seized the pipe and sent it to the crime lab to be analyzed.


Warrant arrest — Wednesday, two officers saw a car fail to signal 100 feet before making a turn from Texoma Drive onto Texoma Parkway. The officers conducted a traffic stop, and the driver gave the officers a false name. Once the officers found the driver’s real name, they discovered that he had 11 Grayson County Warrants. The officers arrested the driver for the warrants and failing to ID, fugitive from justice.


Criminal mischief — An officer responded Wednesday to the 1900 block of Archer Drive regarding four women attempting to break into a man’s apartment. The man told the officer that one of the women is his former girlfriend. She kicked and damaged the door, but did not enter the apartment. The women left before the officer arrived. The officer made a report for criminal mischief.


Theft — Thursday, an officer responded to a car burglary in the 5800 block of Texoma Parkway. More than $1,500 worth of electronics had been stolen from the car. The officer made a report for theft of property.


Accident involving damage to vehicle — An officer responded to a car accident Thursday in the 1000 block of North U.S. Highway 75. The driver of a tractor-trailer struck another car and left the scene. The driver of the car was not injured. Police made a report for accident involving damage to vehicle. The incident is under investigation.


Burglary — An officer spoke with a man and woman Thursday regarding a theft at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. The man and woman said they received information that a female suspect took a bag of potting mix to her car without paying for it. The suspect then entered the store, concealed several items and attempted to leave without paying. The officer found that the suspect had a criminal trespass warning for the store and arrested her for burglary of building.


Assault — An officer responded to an assault Thursday at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. A woman said a man hit her shoulder with his shoulder as she was trying to get an electric shopping cart, which offended her. The officer made a report for assault by contact.


Criminal trespass — An officer went Thursday to the 100 block of S. Elm Street to respond to a disturbance. When the officer arrived he found a woman inside the building spitting on the floor. The officer asked the woman to leave, but she refused. The woman had previously been given a criminal trespass warning for the location. The officer arrested the woman for criminal trespass.


Driving while intoxicated — An officer responded to a car accident Thursday in the 4800 block of N. F.M. 1417. One of the involved drivers showed several signs of intoxication, and an investigation revealed that he was intoxicated. The driver also had two prior convictions for driving while intoxicated. The officer arrested the driver for driving while intoxicated, third or more.


Accident involving damage to vehicle — Thursday, an officer was dispatched to a hit-and-run accident in the 4800 block of Texoma Parkway. The officer spoke with the victim and observed fresh damage on the car. The victim said the other driver fled the scene before police arrived. The officer made an offense report.