Burglary — On Tuesday, two men entered a closed store in the 2100 block of Texoma Parkway. The men were in the process of burglarizing the building when they set off the alarm and fled the scene with some type of merchandise. Police made a report for burglary of a building.

By Ann Smajstrla


Herald Democrat


Sherman Police


Burglary — On Tuesday, two men entered a closed store in the 2100 block of Texoma Parkway. The men were in the process of burglarizing the building when they set off the alarm and fled the scene with some type of merchandise. Police made a report for burglary of a building.


Burglary — An officer was dispatched Tuesday to a business in the 400 block of North Sam Rayburn Freeway in reference to a burglary alarm. Upon arrival, officers found that the business had been burglarized. The suspects entered by prying the front door open with a pry bar. The suspects stole an ATM with $2,740 cash and $135 in coins. Police made a report for burglary of a building and the investigation is on going.


Theft — Tuesday police received a report of a stolen vehicle in the 1900 block of Shields Drive. At the time of the theft the car was unlocked and the keys were inside. The car was later found abandoned in Van Alstyne. Police made an offense report.


Burglary — Police responded Tuesday to the 4000 block of Texoma Parkway in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival, police learned that the night before, the suspect pried open the door and stole property. Police made a report for burglary of a building.


Burglary — An officer went Tuesday to the 600 block of Hillside Drive in reference to a burglary of a car. A woman said someone entered her car during the night and took her car stereo and headrests with TV monitors. The officer made a report for burglary of a motor vehicle.


Burglary — A burglary occurred Tuesday at a house in the 1400 block of South Travis Street. A woman said she had been out of town for a few days. When she returned she found her back door had been pried open and she was missing jewelry and electronics from the house. Police made a report for for burglary of a habitation.


Terroristic threat — On Tuesday, the owner of a business in the 2600 block of Loy Lake Road reported receiving a threat. Police made a report for terroristic threat and issued a criminal trespass warning to the suspect.


Burglary — An officer was dispatched Tuesday to the 200 block of South Dewey Avenue in reference to a burglary of a coin-operated machine. A man said someone sawed through the coin-operated air compressor to get to the change drawer. The drawer was taken along with $500 in quarters. A report was generated for burglary of a coin-operated machine.


Theft — Police investigated a theft Tuesday at a business in the 4400 block of Texoma Parkway. Sometime after the business closed on Monday, an unknown suspect stole the coin-operated air compressor located next to the building. Police made an offense report.


Theft — On Tuesday, a business in the 3800 block of Town Center Street called and reported an employee theft that occurred in November. Police made a report for theft. The case will be forwarded for prosecution.


Found property — A woman reported Tuesday that she found another person’s Texas ID card and other forms of identification. She released the property to the Sherman Police Department. Police are storing the property until the owner can be contacted.


Criminal mischief — An officer was dispatched Tuesday to the 1700 block of North Highland Avenue in reference to criminal mischief. The victim said he had parked his truck after washing it. Approximately one hour later, he went to wipe it down, he found that the passenger side had been scratched.


Theft — On Tuesday, an officer was dispatched to a store in the 4100 block of North U.S. Highway 75 in reference to a theft in which a white male fled on foot wearing stolen shoes. Another officer located the man on Sara Swamy Drive wearing the stolen shoes. Police handcuffed the man and patted him down, and found a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine in his pocket. The officer went back to the store and found the man’s original shows in the box that the stolen shoes came from. The shoes were returned to the store, and police took the man to the Grayson County Jail. Police searched the man and found marijuana and pills in his wallet. Police booked the man for theft, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Runaway — An officer went Tuesday to the 1600 block of East Lamar Street in reference to a 16-year-old running away. The officer made a report for runaway.


Reckless driving — A man came to the police Tuesday to report being run off the road. The man said he had been having an ongoing feud with a former business partner and had made several reports to the Whitesboro Police Department. The man said he was at the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and U.S. Highway 82 earlier in the day when he saw his former business partner. He said the former business partner swerved at him, causing him to strike the curb, and then tried to prevent him from going around him. The officer made a report for reckless driving.


Bonham Police


Public intoxication — On Nov. 28, police received a call in reference to a welfare concern for a woman standing in the road in the 1100 block of Chestnut Street with a bicycle for an hour. Police made contact with the woman, and believed she was intoxicated because she was petting her bicycle and shaking her head. She could give no explanation as to why she was in the middle of the road and appeared confused and disoriented. The woman told the officer she had used drugs the night before, and he officer determined she was intoxicated to the point where she was a danger to herself. The officer arrested the woman and charged her with public intoxication with three prior convictions.


Narcotics — Friday police responded to the 500 block of East Ninth Street in reference to a theft. A man said his family had been at his father’s house down the street for Thanksgiving dinner and when he returned home his daughter discovered that someone had been through her room and some clothes were missing. He then remembered his niece leaving dinner and returning a short time later. When going to confront his niece at his father’s residence he found his daughters missing clothes stashed in the shrubs outside his father’s house. The man then spoke to the suspect who admitted to entering his residence while they were at dinner. Officers made contact with the suspect who appeared to be intoxicated. The suspect was asked if she was on any type of narcotic, and she said she had taken some Xanax and had a few drinks earlier. Officers saw a prescription bottle in the suspects open sweater pocket. The suspect handed the bottle to officers. The label indicated that they were not prescribed to her. The suspect said, while she was inside her uncle’s house taking the clothes, she also took the prescription bottle of pills and added additional pills she took from her grandfather to the bottle. Police arrested her for possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous drug.


Assault — Police received a call Saturday reporting a disturbance in the 1300 block of Pine Street. Officers went to the location and made contact with the victim, who said her mother-in-law had hit her in the face with a closed fist. The victim had red marks on the side of her face. She said the suspect entered her room, yelled at her and hit her in the face while trying to push her down. Officers spoke to the suspect and arrested her for assault causing bodily injury.


Arrest — Police received a call Sunday reporting a car in the 700 block of West Sam Rayburn Drive that was throwing sparks from under it. Officers found the car and saw that it had significant damage to it and was missing a rear tire. The driver said she had struck something in another town and was trying to make it home. Officers told the driver that the car could not be driven in its condition. A driver’s license check showed the driver did not hold a valid license and was listed as excluded on the vehicle insurance. Officers told the driver that the vehicle would have to be towed. While conducting an inventory search of the car, officers found multiple pills and marijuana. Officers arrested the woman for driving while license invalid with previous convictions, failure to maintain financial responsibility, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a dangerous drug and possession of marijuana.


Denison Police


Burglary — A burglary occurred Tuesday at a business in the 3300 block of South Woodlawn Boulevard. An unknown suspect pried open the front door and damaged an ATM machine, but did not gain entry into the machine. Nothing is belived to be missing.


Suspicious person — An officer responded Tuesday to the 2500 block of West Walker Street in reference to a suspicious person/vehicle. The officer tried to stop the suspect’s car, and the driver travelled a few blocks before finally stopping. The officer arrested the suspect for failing to stop for red lights and siren, failing to produce a valid driver’s license on demand and an outstanding Denison PD warrant.