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Domestic Disturbance

June 13, 2012 at 1:13 a.m.

Domestic Disturbance

On Friday, June 8 deputy was dispatched to Bay City in reference to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival deputy made contact with two subjects. One of the complainants said she arrived home at 10 p.m. and checked her bank account on the computer. She then stated she confronted the male complainant and he stated there was enough money in the account when he checked it earlier in the evening. Female complainant said he got angry when he looked at bank account again, he then asked her for a divorce. She asked him to leave her alone, but he grabbed her arm. She pulled her arm away from him and accidently hit him in the nose causing it to bleed. Female complainant was placed under arrest for assault family violence and placed in the rear seat of the patrol car. He did not want to file charges against her.


On Friday, June 8 deputy was dispatched to Blessing to take a report of theft. Upon arrival deputy made contact with complainant who stated she was at her building and everything was OK. Then in the morning being Friday, she found that unknown person had broken out several windows on the building and made entry and had stolen a 8'x4' marquis sign which was outside of the building. She stated nothing else was missing except for some prezels from a 40 oz plastic pretzel jar which was on a counter in the old restaurant building. The jar was taken for possible fingerprint evidence.

Criminal Mischief

On Friday, June 8 deputy was dispatched to Blessing in reference to criminal mischief. Upon arrival deputy met with complainant who stated he is the president of the water company and he was contacted by his employee to report the criminal mischief. He believed the actor to be a juveniles because they are out of school for the summer. He estimated the damage to his property at $87.20 and he wished to pursue charges against the actor. He stated the two front light bulbs had been broken out and he noticed the left side screen to the front of the building was pulled out at the bottom left side corner. He stated the front metal door had scuff marks on the door from ena dents on the door where the actor attempted to pry the door open. He stated nothing was missing from the property.

Criminal Mischief

On Thursday, June 7 deputy was dispatched to a crop field in Bay City. Deputy made contact with complainant who stated he observed several tire tracks in his soybean field. He stated he was unsure how many plants were destroyed and how much money he lost. He stated he did not want to press charges but he would like the property put on close patrol. After deputy left, complainant found a license plate at the location. It belonged to a a stolen vehicle that was recovered by Bay City Police Department on June 5. The vehicle had damage to the front end and was missing the front license plate. The subjects involved were transported to juvenile detention center in Victoria.


On Monday, June 11 deputy was dispatched to Clemville in reference to a report of theft at the location. Deputy was approached by a second complainant who is employed with the company who wanted to report that a pistol was stolen from his wife's vehicle in Markham.

Deputy met with complainant who advised that a black and silver .380 semi-auto pistol model PT738 along with a black case was stolen from his wife's vehicle. He could not provide the license late to his wife's vehicle and advised it was a black 2009 Lincoln. He advised the vehicle was parked in their driveway when the pistol was stolen. He advised the last time he saw the pistol was on Friday, June 8 and did not decide to report it missing until he saw the deputy at his place of employment. Serial number to pistol was provided, and he said he purchased a new one from the store. He said he did not know who could have stolen the pistol and would file charges on the person responsible for stealing it.

Burglary of a building

On Monday, June 11 deputy was dispatched to Clemville in reference to a theft. Upon arrival deputy met with business owner who advised deputy that several tools and equipment were stolen from the shop. She advised that a new 12' blue fiberglass ladder, 2 full oxygen bottles and 2 full acetylene bottles, 1 case of white and black dot cloth work gloves and an orange Husqvarna rancher 460 chainsaw were stolen from the area.

She said the last time she saw the told at the shop was Friday. The complainant estimates the loss of the business is $4,450.



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