Sheriff Lake's Report

RADIO REPORT

FRIDAY 11/25/16 Deputy Jeremy Nagle responded to a residence on CR 326 in reference to a burglary that had already occurred. Upon arrival Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) broke into her residence by entering through a window. Complainant advised that once inside, the actor(s) stole a black and chrome Mazzi rim and a black Polaroid speaker. This case is under investigation.

Deputy Jeremy Nagle was dispatched to a residence on FM 2517 in reference to Burglary of a Habitation. Upon arrival Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who stated that when she passed by her daughter-in-law's residence she noticed that the back door had been kicked open. Complainant advised that as she opened the door further she saw that the house appeared to have been ransacked. Complainant advised that the only items that she knew to be missing was a 12 gauge shotgun, a 30-30 rifle, and a large screen W. This case is still being investigated.

SATURDAY 11/26/16 While on patrol Deputy Richard Mojica initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic infraction. While speaking to the driver Deputy Mojica observed the registration number on the sticker to be different from that on the license plates. A record check through dispatch revealed that the number came back to a different vehicle. Deputy Mojica requested to see the driver's license. The driver then asked permission to exit the vehicle to search for the license. After stepping out Deputy Mojica patted him down for officer safety and allowed him to look for the license which the driver could not locate. The driver then gave Deputy Mojica his name and date of birth. After receiving permission Deputy Mojica began conducting a search of the vehicle. At that time the male driver fled the scene on foot. Deputy Mojica requested help from Carthage Police Dept. and Texas DPS.Officers walked along the wooded area but were unable to immediately locate the suspect. A more thorough search of the vehicle was conducted where Deputy Mojica located an ID and social security card revealing a name different from what the suspect had given. The suspect was later located walking down the roadway and placed under arrest for evading arrest, displaying fictitious registration, expired registration and failure to identify. The suspect was then transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

SUNDAY 11/27/16

MONDAY 11/28/16 While on patrol Deputy Chadd Gray was dispatched to a report of a reckless driver on Hwy 149. Once in the area Deputy Gray located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. Deputy Gray approached the vehicle and made contact with the male driver and male passenger. While speaking to the driver Deputy Gray detected a strong odor of what he believed to be suspected marijuana emitting from inside the vehicle. At that time Deputy Gray asked the male subject to exit the vehicle. Upon exiting the vehicle Deputy Gray could see suspected marijuana residue all over the front of the subject's tee shirt. After receiving consent, Deputy Gray asked the passenger to exit the vehicle and began conducting a search of the vehicle. While searching, Deputy Gray located a handgun under the driver's seat. A record check of the serial number revealed that the firearm to be stolen out of Longview Police Department. Deputy Gray also located several partial suspected marijuana cigarettes. The driver admitted to smoking marijuana in the vehicle prior to the traffic stop. Both the driver and passenger were placed under arrest for theft of a firearm and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were then transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

Deputy Alan Smith was dispatched to a residence on Hwy 149 in reference to an assault. Upon arrival Deputy Smith spoke with the complainant who advised that a friend of his came to the house to help him move a generator. Complainant advised that when the subject arrived he immediately accused him of talking bad about him behind his back. Complainant stated that the subject then punched him on the right side of his face and ear causing him physical pain. All information has been forwarded to the DA's office.

Deputy Robert Duncan responded to a residence on CR 417 in reference to a burglary that had already occurred. Upon arrival Deputy Duncan met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) broke into his father's home. Complainant advised that the actor(s) stole an air compressor, electric heater, two 16" tires, two leather jackets, a radiator, a window A/C unit and several other miscellaneous items. Complainant advised that the actor(s) appear to have used a pry bar of some kind to force open the side door of the residence. They also cut a chain off of a door under the carport to enter that room. This case is being investigated.

TUESDAY 11/29/16 While on patrol, Deputy Chadd Gray observed a vehicle travelling with defective lights. Deputy Gray initiated a stop on the vehicle and made contact with the male driver and female passenger. While speaking with the driver, Deputy Gray detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana. Deputy Gray observed an infant car seat in the back of the vehicle. Partially covered by the car seat was a plastic bag containing what appeared to be marijuana. Deputy Gray had both subject's exit the vehicle and began conducting a search of the vehicle. While searching the vehicle, Deputy Gray located two plastic bags, one containing nineteen pills and the other containing twenty pills of suspected Hydrocodone. Deputy Gray also located 12.9 ounces of marijuana and a Glock 9mm semi-automatic handgun. Both subjects were placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The male subject was additionally charged with possession of firearm by a felon. Both subjects were transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

Deputy Constable Charlie Blue took a report of burglary that occurred on CR 336. Complainant stated that upon checking her storage building she discovered that some unknown actor(s) had taken the lock off and replaced it with another one. Complainant advised that she and her husband were able to remove the lock and look inside the storage building. Complainant stated that the only things missing were a whirlpool washing machine and a general electric clothes dryer. This case is under investigation.

WEDNESDAY 11/30/16 Deputy Richard Mojica was dispatched to CR 334 in reference to a theft. Upon arrival Deputy Mojica met with the complainant who stated that sometime during the night, unknown actor(s) went into his truck and stole his 9mm handgun. The firearm was entered into TCIC/NCIC.

Deputies Stephen Endsley, Chadd Gray and Jeremy Nagle responded to a report of a theft on CR 335. Complainant advised PCSO that he saw someone driving his Kubota UTV down the road and also discovered that the gate to his business had been opened. Upon arrival, Deputies located the UTV at the end of the lease road and fresh footprints in the mud. Deputy Stephen Endsley left to search the area and located a pickup truck towing a trailer. Deputy Endsley initiated a stop on the vehicle and made contact with two male subjects. Deputy Jeremy Nagle arrived at his location for assistance. Both subjects were wearing boots covered in mud. When questioned separately as to why they were in the area both subjects told different stories. While speaking with one of the subjects, Deputy Nagle observed him reach into his pocket and drop a small metal object on the ground. Deputy Nagle picked up the object and observed it to be a key that would match one used to start an off road vehicle. Both subjects were placed under arrest for theft. At that time one of the  male subjects broke free from Deputy Nagle and attempted to flee the scene. He was caught and restrained. That subject was additionally charged with evading and resisting arrest. Both subjects were transported to the Panola county Detention Center. RADIO REPORT

FRIDAY 11/25/16 Deputy Jeremy Nagle responded to a residence on CR 326 in reference to a burglary that had already occurred. Upon arrival Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) broke into her residence by entering through a window. Complainant advised that once inside, the actor(s) stole a black and chrome Mazzi rim and a black Polaroid speaker. This case is under investigation.

Deputy Jeremy Nagle was dispatched to a residence on FM 2517 in reference to Burglary of a Habitation. Upon arrival Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who stated that when she passed by her daughter-in-law's residence she noticed that the back door had been kicked open. Complainant advised that as she opened the door further she saw that the house appeared to have been ransacked. Complainant advised that the only items that she knew to be missing was a 12 gauge shotgun, a 30-30 rifle, and a large screen W. This case is still being investigated.

SATURDAY 11/26/16 While on patrol Deputy Richard Mojica initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic infraction. While speaking to the driver Deputy Mojica observed the registration number on the sticker to be different from that on the license plates. A record check through dispatch revealed that the number came back to a different vehicle. Deputy Mojica requested to see the driver's license. The driver then asked permission to exit the vehicle to search for the license. After stepping out Deputy Mojica patted him down for officer safety and allowed him to look for the license which the driver could not locate. The driver then gave Deputy Mojica his name and date of birth. After receiving permission Deputy Mojica began conducting a search of the vehicle. At that time the male driver fled the scene on foot. Deputy Mojica requested help from Carthage Police Dept. and Texas DPS.Officers walked along the wooded area but were unable to immediately locate the suspect. A more thorough search of the vehicle was conducted where Deputy Mojica located an ID and social security card revealing a name different from what the suspect had given. The suspect was later located walking down the roadway and placed under arrest for evading arrest, displaying fictitious registration, expired registration and failure to identify. The suspect was then transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

SUNDAY 11/27/16

MONDAY 11/28/16 While on patrol Deputy Chadd Gray was dispatched to a report of a reckless driver on Hwy 149. Once in the area Deputy Gray located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. Deputy Gray approached the vehicle and made contact with the male driver and male passenger. While speaking to the driver Deputy Gray detected a strong odor of what he believed to be suspected marijuana emitting from inside the vehicle. At that time Deputy Gray asked the male subject to exit the vehicle. Upon exiting the vehicle Deputy Gray could see suspected marijuana residue all over the front of the subject's tee shirt. After receiving consent, Deputy Gray asked the passenger to exit the vehicle and began conducting a search of the vehicle. While searching, Deputy Gray located a handgun under the driver's seat. A record check of the serial number revealed that the firearm to be stolen out of Longview Police Department. Deputy Gray also located several partial suspected marijuana cigarettes. The driver admitted to smoking marijuana in the vehicle prior to the traffic stop. Both the driver and passenger were placed under arrest for theft of a firearm and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were then transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

Deputy Alan Smith was dispatched to a residence on Hwy 149 in reference to an assault. Upon arrival Deputy Smith spoke with the complainant who advised that a friend of his came to the house to help him move a generator. Complainant advised that when the subject arrived he immediately accused him of talking bad about him behind his back. Complainant stated that the subject then punched him on the right side of his face and ear causing him physical pain. All information has been forwarded to the DA's office.

Deputy Robert Duncan responded to a residence on CR 417 in reference to a burglary that had already occurred. Upon arrival Deputy Duncan met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) broke into his father's home. Complainant advised that the actor(s) stole an air compressor, electric heater, two 16" tires, two leather jackets, a radiator, a window A/C unit and several other miscellaneous items. Complainant advised that the actor(s) appear to have used a pry bar of some kind to force open the side door of the residence. They also cut a chain off of a door under the carport to enter that room. This case is being investigated.

TUESDAY 11/29/16 While on patrol, Deputy Chadd Gray observed a vehicle travelling with defective lights. Deputy Gray initiated a stop on the vehicle and made contact with the male driver and female passenger. While speaking with the driver, Deputy Gray detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana. Deputy Gray observed an infant car seat in the back of the vehicle. Partially covered by the car seat was a plastic bag containing what appeared to be marijuana. Deputy Gray had both subject's exit the vehicle and began conducting a search of the vehicle. While searching the vehicle, Deputy Gray located two plastic bags, one containing nineteen pills and the other containing twenty pills of suspected Hydrocodone. Deputy Gray also located 12.9 ounces of marijuana and a Glock 9mm semi-automatic handgun. Both subjects were placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The male subject was additionally charged with possession of firearm by a felon. Both subjects were transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

Deputy Constable Charlie Blue took a report of burglary that occurred on CR 336. Complainant stated that upon checking her storage building she discovered that some unknown actor(s) had taken the lock off and replaced it with another one. Complainant advised that she and her husband were able to remove the lock and look inside the storage building. Complainant stated that the only things missing were a whirlpool washing machine and a general electric clothes dryer. This case is under investigation.

WEDNESDAY 11/30/16 Deputy Richard Mojica was dispatched to CR 334 in reference to a theft. Upon arrival Deputy Mojica met with the complainant who stated that sometime during the night, unknown actor(s) went into his truck and stole his 9mm handgun. The firearm was entered into TCIC/NCIC.

Deputies Stephen Endsley, Chadd Gray and Jeremy Nagle responded to a report of a theft on CR 335. Complainant advised PCSO that he saw someone driving his Kubota UTV down the road and also discovered that the gate to his business had been opened. Upon arrival, Deputies located the UTV at the end of the lease road and fresh footprints in the mud. Deputy Stephen Endsley left to search the area and located a pickup truck towing a trailer. Deputy Endsley initiated a stop on the vehicle and made contact with two male subjects. Deputy Jeremy Nagle arrived at his location for assistance. Both subjects were wearing boots covered in mud. When questioned separately as to why they were in the area both subjects told different stories. While speaking with one of the subjects, Deputy Nagle observed him reach into his pocket and drop a small metal object on the ground. Deputy Nagle picked up the object and observed it to be a key that would match one used to start an off road vehicle. Both subjects were placed under arrest for theft. At that time one of the  male subjects broke free from Deputy Nagle and attempted to flee the scene. He was caught and restrained. That subject was additionally charged with evading and resisting arrest. Both subjects were transported to the Panola county Detention Center.