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Sheriff Robert Bolcik reported 122 calls went through dispatch from Feb. 28 to March 6.

The sheriff’s department responded to 55 calls; the police department, 35; the DPS, four; Woodsboro municipal officer, three; EMS, 31; animal control, seven; and 16 were miscellaneous calls.


A juvenile was arrested and taken to a juvenile center in Victoria after he allegedly bit his opponent and head butted a trainer.

The incident allegedly happened at 8:42 a.m. on March 2 at the tennis courts at Refugio High School.

The student allegedly became angry during the match and bit another student on the upper arm and leg.

The trainer’s nose was broken during the head butting, according to reports.

The juvenile was charged with assault causing bodily injury.


A male subject was taken to Refugio County Jail on March 6 at 6:25 p.m. for DWI. A motorist called to report that a car hit a sign on Hwy. 183 by the Shell station and advised that the subject stopped at Whataburger.

Officer Jamie O’Reilly was dispatched to the scene and requested another unit to pick up the debris from the roadway. Deputy Jeff Raymond requested the next wrecker and a case number for DWI.

Car accident

One person was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital on March 5 at 7:54 a.m. after an accident on FM 136 in the southbound lane. Two vehicles were involved in the accident. Deputies Peter Silvas and Ronald Ramirez responded to the accident, along with Refugio Fire Department. A wrecker was requested for the vehicles and TxDot was notified that signs were down in that area.

Physical disturbance

Law enforcement was on the lookout for a male subject on March 6 at 8:33 p.m. after a woman called to report that her husband had kicked her in the stomach. She advised dispatch that her husband was trying to leave in her vehicle, but she didn’t want him to. Deputies Jeff Raymond and Phillip Ruiz were advised of the situation and found that the male subject did leave the residence and was possibly headed toward Port Lavaca. Dispatch made Calhoun County aware of the situation and Deputy Raymond advised that the subject should not return that night.


A woman called to report a theft on March 1 at 6:13 p.m. at her residence in Woodsboro. She advised that she was moving things into her new house and some of her belongings were taken. Deputy Jeff Raymond was advised of the situation and requested a case number for the burglary of a building.


A female subject was reported on Feb. 28 at 10:54 p.m. for a verbal disturbance. According to the caller, the subject showed up at her residence and was arguing with her brother. Dispatch advised Deputies Jacob Molina and Jeff Raymond and stayed on the phone with the caller, reporting that they could hear a verbal argument in the background and also a little girl crying.

Dispatch was advised that the female subject was attempting to leave and walking down the street. Neither party wanted to press charges and the female subject was escorted back to her residence.
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