The sheriff’s department responded to 47 calls; the Refugio Police Department, 21; state troopers 5; medics, 51; Refugio VFD, one; and Woodsboro VFD, one.
Deputy Danny Beltran initiated a traffic stop on U.S. 77 South of Woodsboro on Dec. 28.
The driver was unable to provide proof of insurance or a drivers license.
The vehicle was towed and he was issued citations for no drivers license or insurance.
A homeless man was arrested on Dec. 28 at 8:16 p.m. on an active warrant for his arrest from Baton Rouge, La.
Officers Jacob Molina and Phillip Ruiz were dispatched to The Coffee Cafe in Tivoli to investigate a suspicious person believed to be drinking alcohol outside the business.
Deputies transported the suspect to Refugio County jail.
Deputy Duqualis Farrow was dispatched to U.S. 77 north of Refugio at the Hwy. 239 overpass on Dec. 26 to investigate a report that a gray Nissan pickup was swerving all over the road.
DPS troopers were called to assist the deputy who stopped the driver near Copano Creek.
The driver was reported traveling southbound.
During the traffic stop the subject was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital for so that blood could be drawn for a sobriety test. The male suspect was then taken to Refugio County Jail.
Deputy Stacey Allen was dispatched to a break-in on Rogers Street in Woodsboro on Dec. 24.
The subject was not located and the incident is still under investigation
A Woodsboro man on Ashby Street in Woodsboro was arrested for assault of a family member on Dec. 24 at 7:30 a.m.
The victim reportedly suffered a cut on her forehead but refused medical attention.
Deputy Stacey Allen was dispatched to investigate the fight between the mother and her son.
A female resident of Woodsboro was arrested for public intoxication after dispatch received a report of a disturbance on Burton Street.
Deputy Daniel Beltran and Jacob Molina were dispatched to investigate.
The female subject was taken to Refugio County Jail.
Medics transported one victim of a traffic accident to Refugio Memorial Hospital Dec. 22 following a rear-end collision between a motor home and a truck being towed.
Refugio Volunteer Fire Department, medics and officers were dispatched to U.S. 77 one mile north of Copano Creek.
The motor home was reported in the ditch and appeared to be on the train tracks.
Union Pacific was notified to stop train traffic in the area. The Union Pacific spokesperson asked the deputies to put flares up two miles on both sides of the accident.
The deputies discovered the vehicle was not actually on the tracks, but did hit the rail, which may have caused damage.
The highway was shut down for approximately 10 minutes to removed the motor home.