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August 2014 Archives

Texas man accused of illegally firing gun

A 22-year-old man has been detained by police after he allegedly fired multiple shots from his home in Texarkana. Police were summoned to the man's home after neighbors complained that he had been firing shots with a handgun from his porch. Police officers arrived at approximately 9:30 p.m. on the evening of Aug. 21 and reportedly saw the man fire 13 shots from the porch. The man's home is located in the 300 block of Blanton Street.

Texas teen faces charges in connection with stolen farm equipment

On Aug. 11, law enforcement officials took a Bullard teenager into police custody for allegedly stealing a 2010 Massey Ferguson tractor. According to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, the teenager stole the machine and took it for a 'joy ride" on July 30.

Man taken into custody on theft charges

A Texas man was taken into custody for a second time by U.S. Marshals in connection with the alleged theft of several valuable items including a boat valued at about $200,000. According to officials, the defendant allegedly broke into a storage facility belonging to a family member and stole a bulldozer and more than one vehicle in addition to the boat. The storage facility is located in Denison on North Highway 91 in the 4400 block.

5-year sentence for felony DWI

A 49-year-old Texas man is facing five years after being sentenced in connection with a traffic stop last October. The man was stopped in League City by officers at an intersection on the evening of October 23, 2013 due to several issues. He allegedly failed to signal correctly, made an unsafe change of lanes and was speeding. He was also reportedly following another vehicle too closely. The man's breath reportedly smelled of alcohol at the time, resulting in field sobriety testing. Testing results and indications of the man's recent drinking resulted in his detention on drunk driving allegations.

Halfway house employee pleads guilty to embezzlement

A Texas woman was charged for embezzling money orders and checks while she worked as an administrative assistant at a halfway house. The 44-year-old woman pleaded guilty to her charges on July 29 and is now free on bond. Although she could face a maximum of 10 years behind bars, the woman has reportedly worked out a plea agreement that will require her to pay back over $90,000. The other details of her plea deal have not been reported, and it is unclear how long of a sentence she is expected to receive.

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