Driving while intoxicated - An officer was dispatched Tuesday to the intersection of Texoma Parkway and the north control road of U.S. Highway 82 in reference to a car in which the driver was slumped over the wheel. The officer found a white Ford SUV in gear with a man leaning against the door asleep. The officer woke the man up and he didn’t know where he was or where he had come from. There was an odor of alcohol on his breath, his speech was unintelligible and he was unsteady on his feet, according to police reports. The man admitted to drinking alcohol, and there was an empty bottle of beer in the center console. The officer arrested the man for driving while intoxicated, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction and a traffic warrant.

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Driving while intoxicated - An officer was dispatched Tuesday to the intersection of Texoma Parkway and the north control road of U.S. Highway 82 in reference to a car in which the driver was slumped over the wheel. The officer found a white Ford SUV in gear with a man leaning against the door asleep. The officer woke the man up and he didn’t know where he was or where he had come from. There was an odor of alcohol on his breath, his speech was unintelligible and he was unsteady on his feet, according to police reports. The man admitted to drinking alcohol, and there was an empty bottle of beer in the center console. The officer arrested the man for driving while intoxicated, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction and a traffic warrant.


Theft - On Monday, a man came to the police department to report a theft that occurred in the 900 block of South Travis Street. Sometime between noon and 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 21, the man’s roommate moved out of the house they shared. When the roommate left the house he took the laptop computer which belonged to the man. The man does not know the whereabouts of the suspect or the laptop. Police made a report for theft.


Criminal mischief - An officer went Monday to the 500 block of South Willow Street in reference to a disturbance. A woman told the officer that she got into an argument with another man she has been allowing to stay at the house. She said, as he was leaving the house that morning, the man knocked out a window. The officer made a report for criminal mischief.


Theft - An officer responded Monday to a theft in the 2100 block of South Heritage Parkway. An unknown suspect stole metal drain covers from a business in that location. The officer made a report for theft, and the case is still under investigation.


Assault - A woman reported Monday that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend in the 200 block of West Dexter Street. Police made a report for assault causing bodily injury to a family member.


Theft - Officers responded Monday to a business in the 3200 block of North U.S. Highway 75 in response to a theft. Upon arrival, officers were shown a fence on the south side of the business that had been cut. Officers were able to view video surveillance of a suspect stealing $909.97 worth of merchandise. The investigation is ongoing.


Theft - A woman called police Monday to report a theft. Sometime between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Nov. 23, an unknown suspect removed the rear license plate from the woman’s car while it was parked in the 2900 block of North Highway 75. Police made a report for theft.


Criminal mischief - On Monday, a woman called police to report a theft that occurred in the 2100 block of North Ross Avenue. She said, at 12:40 a.m. on Sunday, she saw a man she knows throwing rocks at a window located on the west side of her apartment. At the time the incident occurred, the woman did not see any damage to the window. However, later that morning she discovered the glass window had been shattered. Police made a report for criminal mischief.


Theft - On Monday, a woman called police to report a theft. The woman said that while she was in the 1400 block of North Highway 75, she unknowingly dropped her wallet that contained some cash, a debit card, two forms of identification and a health insurance card. When she realized the wallet was missing, she searched the surrounding area but could not locate her property. Police made a report for theft.


Public intoxication - An officer responded Monday to a possible intoxicated man in the 1000 block of North Travis Street. The officer arrested the man for public intoxication and took him to the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office.


Theft - A woman reported to the police Monday that she had given a firearm to a friend so that it could be properly cleaned. When she asked for the firearm to be returned, the friend would not return it. She later discovered that the firearm had been pawned at a local pawn shop. Police are continuing the investigation to secure the firearm for the owner, and prosecute the offender.


Theft - An officer went Monday to the 1600 block of South First Street in reference to a stolen forklift boom. A man said he had found the boom at a scrap metal dealer on Highway 1417 in Sherman. The officer went to the scrap metal dealer and found the boom, placed a hold on it and obtained suspect information. The officer made a report for theft.


Burglary - On Monday, an officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of West Taylor Street in reference to a burglary. A woman told the officer she arrived at her residence and discovered it had been burglarized. The suspect entered the house through the unlocked front door and stole a duffle bag containing about $200 worth of clothing and other personal items. The officer made a report for burglary of a habitation.


Assault - An officer was dispatched Monday to the 600 block of College Street in reference to an assault in which the suspect used a bat. A man said his neighbor confronted him about stealing money from him. The man’s neighbor grabbed him by the throat, pushed him and threatened to beat him with the bat if he didn’t give him the money back. The officer made a report for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.


Hit and run - On Tuesday, the driver of a Toyota truck was southbound on the west control road of U.S. Highway 75. As he passed an exit in the 3200 block, another car exited a private drive, crossed two unoccupied lanes and struck the Toyota truck, which was in the third lane. The suspect then fled the scene. Police made a collision report and a report for accident involving damage to vehicle.


Theft - Police were notified Tuesday of suspicious person in the 2600 block of Heritage Parkway who was possibly stealing copper. The caller provided a car description, and officers recalled a possible suspect that had a similar car. While officers responded to the call, other officers responded to the last known address of the suspect. Officers arrived and determined air conditioners had been stolen. An officer found the suspect trying to return to his home with three stolen air conditioners. The suspects were identified, arrested for theft of copper and taken to the Grayson County Jail.


Assault - A man came to the police department Monday to report an assault. The man said his son pushed him and hit him in their residence in the 600 block of Kessler Boulevard. Police made a report for assault causing bodily injury by a family member. The investigation is ongoing.


Assault - A woman told police Tuesday that she was assaulted by her live-in boyfriend while driving in the 1900 block of South Sam Rayburn Freeway. She was not injured in the incident. Police made a report for assault by contact, family violence.


Criminal mischief - A man called police Tuesday to report criminal mischief. Sometime between 10:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Nov. 23, an unknown suspect threw a rock at the man’s car while it was parked in the 1300 block of South Walnut Street. The rock thrown by the suspect went through the driver’s side, front window and struck the interior of the passenger side door. Police made a report for criminal mischief.


Violation of protective order - Officers were dispatched Wednesday to the 1700 block of East Dugan Street in reference to a man violating an emergency protective order. While officers were en route, the suspect walked away from the scene. The victim followed the suspect, giving dispatch the direction of travel. The suspect was located in the 1400 block of North Ross Avenue. The emergency protective order was confirmed, and prohibited the suspect from being within 1,000 feet of the victim’s residence. The 1400 block of North Ross Avenue was within 1,000 feet of 1700 block of East Dugan Street. Police arrested the suspect for violation of protective order and two Sherman Police Department warrants.