Sheriff Kevin Lake's weekly activity report: 11/13/15 - 11/18/15
Friday, November 13, 2015
Deputy Jeremy Nagle responded to CR 198 in reference to a burglary that had occurred. Upon arrival Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) entered his residence while he was gone. Complainant advised that the actor(s) stole 12 to 13 dollars of change he kept in a container. Complainant advised that he was also missing a couple of pairs of blue jeans. This case is under investigation.
Deputy Richard Mojica was dispatched CR 256 in reference to a theft that had already occurred. Upon arrival Deputy Mojica met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) came onto his property where he parks his dump truck and stole three Commercial 31 stud top batteries of one and a Connex 4300 CB Radio out of another truck. Complainant advised that he wanted the area posted for extra patrol. This case is still under investigation.
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Sgt. Stephen Endsley took a report of a burglary that occurred on CR 198. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) entered his house and sole some assorted change, instant tea and several canned goods. This case is under investigation.
While on patrol, Deputy Ronnie Endsley observed a vehicle traveling with an expired registration. Deputy Endsley activated his overhead lights in an attempt to stop the driver but the driver continued to travel south for an unusually long time before finally pulling into a store parking lot. Deputy Endsley made contact with the driver and sole occupant and had him exit the vehicle for officer safety due to there being a rifle in the front seat beside him. As Deputy Endsley opened the door to gain access to the rifle he saw in plan view an open container of Vodka approximately 25 percent full as well as a jar containing suspected marijuana residue in the front seat area. Deputy Endsley continued searching the vehicle and located a second jar and two glass pies with residue. Deputy Endsley also located a small bag of suspected marijuana and a .40 caliber pistol. Deputy Endsley placed the subject under arrest for Possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, expired registration, open container and unlawful carrying a weapon. The subject was transported to the Panola County Detention Center.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Dispatch received a call of a suspicious person on CR 104. Caller stated that the subject was dressed in all black and prowling around her neighbor’s house. Caller advised that she just saw the subject running across the road. Deputy Ronnie Endsley responded to the area, but was unable to locate the subject. The area was posted for extra patrol.
Monday, November 16, 2015
Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of criminal mischief that occurred on CR 165. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) broke into her RV. Complainant advised that nothing appeared to be missing but the door was damaged.
While executing a search warrant, Constable Mitch Norton observed two male subjects sitting in a pickup truck. After identifying both subjects, Constable Norton patted the subjects down and located a small gag containing a green leafy substance he believed to be marijuana. Constable Norton placed the subject under arrest for possession of marijuana and transported him to the Panola County Detention Center.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
While on patrol, Deputy Chadd Gray observed a vehicle traveling with a broken brake light. Deputy Gray then observed the vehicle drive down a dead en street and then begin backup nearly striking his patrol unit. Deputy Gray then activated his overhead lights at which time the driver of the vehicle quickly exited the vehicle. Deputy Gray approached the subject and patted him down for officer safety. Deputy Gray approached this vehicle and made contact with the female passenger. While speak with the subjects, Deputy Gray detected the odor of what he believed to be alcohol from inside the vehicle. Deputy Gray observed an open container in plan view as well as a spoon with what he believed to be possible methamphetamine on it. Deputy Gray had the passenger exit the vehicle and began conducting a search. While searching the vehicle, Deputy Gray located a bag containing a small amount of suspected marijuana and two bags containing suspected methamphetamine. Both subjects were placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Subjects were transported to the Panola County Detention Center.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
While on patrol, Deputy Chris Dickerson observed a vehicle parked in the parking lot of a closed business. Deputy Dickerson approached the vehicle and made contact with the male driver and female passenger The female passenger advised that she did not have an ID and proceeded to give Deputy Dickerson a false name and date of birth. It was later discovered that the female subject had a valid warrant of Harrison County. The female was placed under arrest for the warrant and additional charged with failure to identify. The subject was then transported to the Panola County Detention Center.