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PD Reports

Possession of marijuana

Officer Enrique Diaz initiated a traffic stop on June 9, north of the Shell station. A 35-year old male was taken to jail for possession of marijuana.

Identity theft

On June 9, at 7:23 p.m. a 24-year-old female reported that her step-mother opened an account with CPL Electric Company.

Charges on the account are up to $433.79, according to the report. The victim stated that she never authorized anyone to open the account under her name.

Stolen bicycle

Officer Enrique Diaz was dispatched to Douglas Street on June 8, to investigate a report of a stolen Tony Hawk bicycle.

The bicycle was seen in the yard early during the day. But when the family returned, the bike was missing.

Family fight

Officer Jennifer Heatherly was dispatched to Empressario Street on June 5, at 9:39 p.m. to investigate a report of a fight. A 42-year-old woman reportedly ripped up her wedding dress with a knife and then turned on her fiance, striking him and his 14-year-old daughter, according to reports. The officer reported the male adult victim had several bruises. The suspect was taken to Refugio County Jail.

Disorderly conduct

Officers were dispatched to the City Hall during a graduation party on June 7, at 1:04 a.m. where a fight was reported between two 23-year-old females.

Both females were transported to Refugio County Jail for disorderly conduct.

DWI

A 25-year-old Refugio man was taken to Refugio County Jail after he failed an alcohol sobriety test on June 2, at 1:15 a.m.

The man admitted drinking two beers, according to the report.

The vehicle was released to a family member.

Theft reports

A 20-year-old Woodsboro man was arrested after he was caught on video stealing a beer at Stripes on June 5, at 4:15 a.m.

A store manager showed the officer the video which showed the man taking a 24 ounce Icehouse beer and walking out the door.

In another incident, Sgt. Dean Ochoa was dispatched on June 1, at 12:51 to a Houston Street residence to investigate a theft.

The resident reported she heard noises but did not investigate after the noises stopped. When she checked, several sheets of tin were missing from her yard where construction was underway.

The contractor doing work at the residence reported that he saw two illegal immigrants hiding in the bushes at 11:30 a.m. The two men ran from the residents into the brush.

Criminal mischief

Officer Bill Schaefer was dispatched on June 1, to investigate a report of criminal mischief.

The woman reportedly loaned her friend a laptop and when the computer was returned, it was damaged.

Criminal mischief at Lions/Shelly Park

Officer Enrique Diaz was dispatched on May 25, at 6 a.m. to investigate a report that the turtle at Shelly Park had been damaged. The estimated damage is $1,000, according to reports.

Stolen car

On May 21, at 1:43 p.m. a female reported that her car was stolen by her uncle.

She reported that he was waiting for her to give him a ride home. She called several relatives in the area to locate her car before reporting it stolen.

She reported that the car payment was due and and could be disabled for non-payment. The vehicle may be on the side of the road or in an impound yard.

The vehicle was entered into TCIC/NCIC by Refugio SO dispatch.

Terroristic threats

On May 26, at 9:43 a.m. Officer Enrique Diaz was dispatched to Texas Star to investigate a report of terroristic threats. A 39-year-old female reported that a women called several times and threatened her.

The suspect was contacted and advised to stop calling and to stay away from the woman.

Domestic disturbance

Officer Greg Baron was dispatched to a domestic disturbance on May 11.

The victim stated that during an argument with his girlfriend, she had broken the window in the front door.

Shattered glass and a large amount of blood was found on the window frame, door and porch.

E.M.S treated the woman’s injuries and afterward she was transported to Refugio County Jail.

Sheriff’s Reports

Sheriff Robert Bolcik reported 5,314 calls went through dispatch from May 18 through May 31.

The sheriffs department responded to 85 calls; the Refugio Police Department, 47; state troopers, 12; medics, 45; animal control, 17; Woodsboro VFD, three; Bayside and Refugio VFD, one each; and Woodsboro Marshal, one.

DWI

Deputy Kolton Kendall was initiating a traffic stop on Hwy 77 on May 27, at 11:32 p.m. when a man failed the field sobriety test and was transported to Refugio County Jail.

In another traffic stop on Santiago street on May 29, a 27-year-old woman was taken to Refugio County Jail after she failed the field sobriety test.

In separate incident on May 21, at 1:08 Officer Enrique Diaz and Danny White initiated a traffic stop across from the Shell station. A man was taken to Refugio County Jail after he failed the alcohol sobriety test.

Domestic disturbance

A 49-year-old Woodsboro man was arrested on May 28, at 2:49 a.m. for a domestic disturbance.

A 23-year-old male was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital on May 28 at 11:33 p.m. He was highly intoxicated.

Nude pedestrian

Officers were advised of a nude man running down the street on May 29.

Kicked out

A man called requested to speak to an officer on May 29 in reference to getting a car seat for his child. According to reports the man state that his girlfriend kick him and his one-year-old daughter out.

Fire

Woodsboro VFD and officer Shelly Haertig was dispatched to Hwy 77 on May 31. According to reports the truck was not on fire, the clothing in the bed of the truck was on fire.

In another incident on May 18, at 2:35 p.m. a woman reported that a car was on fire at her residence. Refugio VFD, Sgt. Dean Ochoa and officer Daniel Beltran were dispatched to the scene were the car was fully ablaze. The vehicle was taken to Miltons.

In a separate incident on May 23, on Fm. 136 in Bayside numerous calls were made about a transformer on fire. Bayside VFD responded and AEP was notified.

Non-responsive female

Medics and officer Kolton Kendall responded to a call that a woman was unresponsive and that she had been drinking and had taken an unknown amount of pills on May 20 at 2:50 a.m. She was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital.

Disturbance

Officers were dispatched to a Swift residence on May 20, at 3 p.m. The caller stated that a man was threatening her with a pocket knife and a pipe, the suspect ran off when she made the call.

Illegal cable

A Time Warner employee reported on May 20 at 4:25 that a Swift resident was illegally using cable.

Criminal mischief

A City of Bayside employee reported vandalism to signs on May 22, at 9:31 a.m.

Burglary of vehicle

Officer Stacey Allen was dispatched on May 25, at 8:48 to investigate tools taken from the back of a pickup on Lamb Road.

Verbal dispute

Officer Kolton Kendall and Jacob Molina were dispatched to Wood Ave. on May 28 to investigate a verbal dispute. The man reported that a woman was threatening to throw him in jail because he threatened to call her probation officer.

Juveniles with pellet gun

Officer Kolton Kendal was dispatched to Wood Ave. on May 24. According to reports some juveniles where shooting some birds with a pellet gun. The juvenile was released to his mother.

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