Assault — An officer responded Sunday to an apartment complex on Heritage Parkway regarding assaults and stolen medication. A woman said she had prescription medication in her purse when she went to her ex-boyfriend’s house to get her belongings. Sometime thereafter, the medication was missing from her purse. The officer made a report for theft. While the officer was still at the apartment complex, the woman’s father told the officer he went to an address on Anita Lane to retrieve some of his daughter’s belongings from her ex-boyfriend’s house. He said he was invited to the house to get her belongings, but when he got there two of the ex-boyfriend’s friends didn’t want him there, and one of them shoved him off of the porch. The man landed on the concrete sidewalk and sustained some visible injuries. The woman’s mother also said that her daughter’s ex-boyfriend pushed her, causing injury to her ankle. The officer made reports for assault causing bodily injury.

Denison Police


Evading arrest — At approximately 12:24 p.m. Tuesday, Denison Police attempted to stop a car that was being driven by a woman who the officer knew had an outstanding Grayson County warrant, said Lt. Mike Eppler in a written release. The car fled on Crockett Avenue, continued south on U.S. Highway 69 and finally stopped on McFarland Street in Bells. The the officer arrested the driver for the outstanding Grayson County warrant, evading arrest/detention using a vehicle, possession of controlled substance and tampering with evidence. The officer arrested the passenger for possession of drug paraphernalia. The Bells Police Department assisted with this incident, Eppler said. No one was injured and no crash occurred.


Sherman Police


Public intoxication — Friday Police responded to a report of a man sleeping in the street in the 600 block of S. Gribble Street. A man was passed out in the road due to intoxication. Police arrested the man for public intoxication and took him to the Grayson County Jail.


Possession of marijuana — Police went Friday to the 1200 block of W. Taylor Street regarding a disturbance. When arriving at the house, police investigated and found some marijuana. A woman at the house admitted that the marijuana was hers. Police arrested the woman for possession of marijuana less than two ounces.


Debit card abuse — A woman went Friday to the Sherman Police Department to report debit card abuse. The woman said that on Feb. 24 she was notified by her bank that an unknown person had obtained her debit card number and used it to make online purchases totaling $926.99. She does not know how the person obtained her debit card number. Police made a report for debit card abuse.


Assault by threat — An officer responded to a disturbance Friday in the 2800 block of S. Travis Street. Two suspects threatened to assault a man and harm his dogs. The suspects left the scene before the officer arrived. The officer made a report for assault by threat. The victim only wanted to document the incident, and did not wish to pursue charges at that time.


Theft — An officer responded to a theft Friday at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. The caller said that a man had gone to the self-checkout area, paid for a small item and concealed two items he did not pay for. Store employees detained the man after he left the store and made no attempt to pay for the items. The officer arrested the man for theft.


Unlawful carrying of weapon — An officer conducted a traffic stop Friday in the 600 block of N. East Street. One of the passengers had an outstanding Sherman PD warrant, and the officer arrested him for it. The officer searched the car and found a loaded firearm, narcotics and marijuana. The arrested man was also charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and unlawful carrying of a weapon.


Fail to identify — Friday an officer conducted a traffic stop with a car in the 400 block of E. Lamar Street for defective equipment. The driver initially gave the officer a false name, and was arrested for an outstanding warrant that had been issued to the false name that he gave. He also had a license that had been suspended numerous times and had previous convictions for a suspended license. The officer ultimately arrested the man for driving while license invalid/previous convictions and fail to identify.


Unlawful carrying of weapon — Saturday an officer made contact with a man in the 300 block of E. Taylor Street. The man willingly asked if the officer wanted to search his backpack. The officer searched the backpack and found a knife with a blade greater than 5-and-a-half inches. The officer arrested the man and made a report for unlawful carrying of weapon.


Public intoxication — Police went Saturday to the 2900 block of N. U.S. Highway 75 regarding a man passed out in a hotel lobby bathroom. Police arrested the man for public intoxication.


Assault — An officer responded to a disturbance Saturday in the 400 block of S. Willow Street. The officer spoke to the intoxicated caller who claimed to have been assaulted by another person. There were no apparent injuries on the victim. Both people separated for the night, and the officer made a report for assault causing bodily injury.


Theft — Police responded to reports of several cars being burglarized Saturday in the 5600 block of Texoma Parkway. Police conducted an investigation and found that three cars had been burglarized of $1,800 in merchandise. A report was made for theft of property.


Burglary — An officer spoke with a man about a theft Saturday at a store in the 400 block of E. U.S. Highway 82. The man said he detained a male suspect for stealing property from the store. The suspect had a criminal trespass warning for the store, and the officer arrested the suspect for burglary of a building.


Reckless damage — Sunday police received a call from a man in the 1600 block of W. Lamar Street reporting that his neighbor broke a glass bottle outside his door. Police made a report for reckless damage.


Assault — An officer responded Sunday to an apartment complex on Heritage Parkway regarding assaults and stolen medication. A woman said she had prescription medication in her purse when she went to her ex-boyfriend’s house to get her belongings. Sometime thereafter, the medication was missing from her purse. The officer made a report for theft. While the officer was still at the apartment complex, the woman’s father told the officer he went to an address on Anita Lane to retrieve some of his daughter’s belongings from her ex-boyfriend’s house. He said he was invited to the house to get her belongings, but when he got there two of the ex-boyfriend’s friends didn’t want him there, and one of them shoved him off of the porch. The man landed on the concrete sidewalk and sustained some visible injuries. The woman’s mother also said that her daughter’s ex-boyfriend pushed her, causing injury to her ankle. The officer made reports for assault causing bodily injury.


Aggravated assault — Police responded to a disturbance Sunday in the 4800 block of Highgrove Drive. A mother and a son had been arguing, and the son pulled a knife on the mother and threatened to kill her. Police arrested the son for aggravated assault.


Assault — A woman went to the Sherman Police Department Sunday to report an assault. The woman said that the suspect had assaulted her son-in-law by pushing him. The victim was not injured, but was offended from the contact. Police made a report for assault by contact family violence.


Criminal mischief — An officer went Sunday to the 3100 block of N. U.S. Highway 75 regarding a disturbance. The victim said two women entered the women’s restroom and broke the sink. A disturbance erupted as the victim attempted to keep the suspects there until the police arrived. The suspects left the scene before police arrived. The officer made a report for criminal mischief.


Criminal mischief — Police responded Monday to the 4800 block of Texoma Parkway regarding criminal mischief. The caller said that a man was banging on the door to her apartment then broke the window with a beer bottle. An officer investigated the offense and took a report for criminal mischief. The investigation is ongoing.