Panola County Sheriff's Activity - 1/25/19 - 1/31/19




Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of criminal mischief.

Complainant stated that while she was at her boyfriend's house, his ex-girlfriend showed up and did some donuts in the yard, throwing rocks and mud all over her vehicle. Complainant advised that when she washed her vehicle, she found several dings in the doors and also had some damage on the trunk. Photos were taken of the damage.

All information will be forwarded to the DA's office.







Deputy Chadd Gray initiated a stop on a vehicle for an obscured license plate. As the vehicle came to a stop, Deputy Gray observed the male driver quickly exit the vehicle and approach his patrol unit. Deputy Gray advised the subject to stop and place his hands on the truck. Deputy Albert Garza arrived on scene to assist. While Deputy Gray was speaking with the subject, Deputy Garza walked around by the driver side door and alerted Deputy Gray that he observed illegal narcotics in plain view on the floor next to the driver's seat. A search of the vehicle was then conducted. While searching the vehicle, deputies located a Ziploc bag containing suspected methamphetamine and two glass pipes with suspected methamphetamine residue. The subject was placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and transported to the Panola County Detention




Sgt. Alan Smith responded to a residence on CR 155 in reference to an assault. Upon arrival Sgt. Smith met with the complainant who stated that he was in the kitchen cooking breakfast when his ex-wife came in and started arguing with him over the children. Complainant advised that his ex-wife threw hot coffee in his face and then attempted to hit him with the coffee mug. Complainant advised that his girlfriend, who was also in the kitchen, attempted to break up the fight and his ex-wife punched her in the stomach and scratched up he arm. Sgt. Smith observed scratch marks on the girlfriend's arm.

Sgt. Smith placed the suspect under arrest for assault/family violence and transported her to the Panola County Detention Center.



Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of burglary that occurred on CR 8303. Complainant stated that while she was gone someone went into her residence and stole numerous items from inside the residence as well as her vehicle that was parked outside. The vehicle has been entered into TCIC/NCIC as stolen and this case is still under investigation.












Deputy Phillip Grimes responded to a residence on CR 455. Upon arrival Deputy Grimes made contact with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) cut his fence causing all of his hogs to get loose.