Sherman PD

Sherman PD


Assault — Friday an officer responded to a disturbance at a house in the 2100 block of Peggys Cove, according to police reports. A man had threatened another man with a knife. The officer arrested the man for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and took him to the Grayson County Jail.


Burglary — An officer responded to a burglary Friday in the 2200 block of S. Crockett St. The victim said an unknown person entered his car while it was unlocked and stole some money. The officer made a report for burglary of a vehicle.


Driving while license invalid — An officer conducted a traffic stop Friday on a car in the 2500 block of N. Travis Street. The officer identified the driver and learned that there was no insurance for the car. The driver’s license was suspended and the driver had a previous conviction for driving while license invalid. He also had a warrant for his arrest out of Grayson County Sheriff’s Office. The officer arrested the driver for driving while license invalid with previous conviction/suspension without financial responsibility and for the warrant.


Theft — A woman called police Friday to report a theft. The woman said her daughter’s iPod was stolen Dec. 26, 2013 while they were in the 4000 block of N. U.S. Highway 75. Police made a report for theft of property.


Burglary — Police responded Friday to the 2900 block of Overland Trail Drive regarding a car burglary that occurred in the 1500 block of W. Shields Drive. Several items of clothing and other miscellaneous property was stolen from two cars belonging to the same person. Police made a report for burglary of a vehicle.


Theft — A woman came to the Sherman Police Department Friday to report that her daughter had stolen her television from the 4800 block of Timberview Drive. Police made a report for theft, and the case is still under investigation.


Burglary — Officers went Friday to the 2500 block of W. Biscayne Drive regarding a burglary. A man reported that a bottle of liquor had been stolen out of his car.


Burglary — An officer responded to a car burglary Friday in the 500 block of S. Hazelwood Street. The victim said someone stole items from his unlocked car. The officer made a report for burglary of vehicle.


Warrant arrest — An officer stopped a pedicyclist Friday in the 1700 block of N. Ross Avenue for no lights. The pedicyclist had three warrants, and the officer arrested the cyclist for them.


Discharge firearm — An officer went Friday to the 1800 block of W. Washington Street to investigate possible gunshots. The officer spoke to witnesses in the area, who said that the suspect had been in a field nearby shooting his weapon. After the suspect shot his firearm he went into his apartment. The officer issued a citation to the suspect for discharging firearm and seized the weapon for evidence.


Possession of a controlled substance — Saturday police made a traffic stop in the 1900 block in E. Lamar Street regarding a car that failed to signal 100 consecutive feet prior to turning. Police arrested the driver for the traffic offense and took her the Grayson County Jail. Once the woman was at the jail, she was searched. At that time it was discovered that she had methamphetamine on her person. Police made a report for possession of a controlled substance.


Theft — An officer was dispatched to a reported theft Saturday in the 400 block of S. Charles Street. A man and woman suspect were believed to have stolen a vehicle battery at this location, and a witness located the battery discarded in another person’s yard. The officer made an offense report, and the case is under investigation.


Theft — An officer spoke with a man Saturday in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82 regarding a theft. The man said he saw a woman steal items from his store. The man detained the woman and recovered the items from her. The woman had a previous conviction of theft. The officer arrested the woman for theft and took her to the jail.


Theft — An officer was dispatched Saturday to a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82 regarding a theft. The caller reported that a man had stolen items from the store and left without paying. The caller was following the suspect around the parking lot. He was eventually detained, and after denying the theft he admitted to the it, and the officer obtained video evidence. The officer arrested the suspect for theft, and took him to the hospital for an injury and later released him from custody. The suspect will be filed on at large for the offense.


Theft — Saturday officers went to a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82 regarding a theft. Employees saw a man conceal items and leave the store without paying. They tried to detain the suspect outside the store, but were not successful. The officer made a report for theft.


Public intoxication — An officer observed a man Saturday walking in the middle of the 2000 block of N. Travis Street. The man was wearing an all-black suit and was difficult to see. The officer spoke to the man, and the man admitted to drinking alcohol. The officer deemed that the man was a danger to himself, arrested him for public intoxication and took him to jail.


Burglary — An officer responded to a burglary Sunday in the 2000 block of E. Jones Street. A woman said someone entered her home Friday while she was gone and stole two televisions. The officer made a report for burglary of a habitation.


Assault — An officer was dispatched Sunday to the 1800 block of W. Washington Street regarding an assault. A woman said she and her husband were arguing, and he slammed a car door on her leg. The victim had visible injuries and the suspect fled before the officer arrived. The officer made a report for assault causes bodily injury family violence.


Theft — Sunday an officer went to a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82 regarding a theft. The suspect took $2 worth of food, ate it, and attempted to leave without paying. The suspect also had two previous convictions for theft, thus making the crime a felony. He also had two outstanding warrants. The officer arrested the suspect for theft of property under $1,500 with two or more previous convictions, as well as the warrants.


Resisting arrest — An officer located a suspicious car Sunday at a closed business in the 600 block of E. Houston Street. The officer saw a suspicious person inside the business. Officers spoke with the suspect at the door to the business as he attempted to leave. The suspect had illegal narcotics in his possession. Officers ordered the suspect to place his hands behind his back. The suspect refused to comply and resisted officers. The officers arrested the suspect and took him to the Grayson County Jail.