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A 55-year-old Victoria woman reported a window pane vandalized at her home in the 100 block of Palmwood Drive to Victoria police Thursday.

The incident was reported at 12:29 a.m. Thursday, and the case is considered a criminal mischief $100-$750 case, according to the incident report.

Criminal mischief $100-$750 is a Class B misdemeanor punishable by up to 180 days in jail and a fine up to $2,000, according to the Texas Penal Code.

ARRESTED:

  • VICTORIA — A 27-year-old Victoria man by deputies Aug. 25 on suspicion of two counts of possession of a controlled substance 4-200 grams and possession of dangerous drug as well as Calhoun County warrants charging him with engaging in organized criminal activity, possession of gambling device, equipment or paraphernalia, keeping a gambling place and gambling promotion.
  • VICTORIA — A 23-year-old Port Lavaca man by deputies Aug. 25 on a warrant charging him with violation of probation in a tampering with or fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair.
  • VICTORIA — A 20-year-old Victoria man by officers Aug. 25 on a warrant charging him with violation of parole.
  • VICTORIA — A 55-year-old Victoria woman by deputies Aug. 25 on a warrant charging her with theft of property $100-750, enhanced.
  • VICTORIA — A 19-year-old Victoria man by deputies Aug. 25 on warrants charging him with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and three counts of surety off bond in unauthorized used of vehicle, engaging in organized criminal activity and possession of a controlled substance 1-4 grams cases.
  • VICTORIA — A 29-year-old Victoria man by officers Aug. 25 on warrants charging him with injury to a child, elderly or disabled person, reckless bodily injury and three Class C misdemeanors.
  • VICTORIA — A 36-year-old Victoria man by officers Aug. 26 on a warrant charging him with possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces.
  • VICTORIA — A 36-year-old Victoria man by deputies Aug. 26 on warrants charging him with two counts of criminal mischief to impair or interrupt public service.

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Kyle Cotton was born and raised in San Antonio and graduated from San Antonio College and the University of Texas at Arlington. Cotton has covered economic development, health care, finance, government, technology, oil and gas and higher education.