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Fire assist, 6000 block of state Hwy. 7 E. “A tree limb fell on the ... owner’s power line to the meter pole and the homeowner smelled smoke in the residence. No fire was reported.”

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Sick call, 7500 bock of North St. A child fell through the roof of a home on North Street and was being assessed by emergency medical personnel when deputies arrived. The family said the child was not injured.

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Assault, 1200 block of Tindall St. A woman was treated for injuries at a hospital after her boyfriend allegedly pushed her through a window during an argument.

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Theft, 4300 block of Old Tyler Rd. “Complainant stated after giving a known subject a ride in her vehicle she discovered property missing.”

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Juvenile problem, 315 CR 221. Deputies dispatched to investigate a disturbance “learned that the juvenile complainant was mad at her mother for not getting her way. Deputies spoke with the mother and juvenile and assisted them with a solution to the problem.”

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Disturbance in progress, 100 block of Stokes Rd. Deputies dispatched to a disturbance found the complainant “gave a false report to dispatchers and officers on the scene.” The complainant was arrested.

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Resisting, 1200 block of N. Mound St. A man was under arrest and after getting medically cleared the hospital, and he resisted when officers attempted to handcuff him.

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Terroristic threat, 3700 block of CR 789. Deputies opened an investigation into a complaint that a known individual threatened another person and, at one point, displayed a firearm and threatened to shoot the complainant.

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Assist complainant, 4300 block of FM 225. A man loaned his vehicle to his roommate who didn’t return it on time. Deputies learned the vehicle was left on the side of US 59 due to a flat.

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NPD officers were dispatched to two burglary calls at local restaurants early Tuesday morning. Just before 3 a.m., someone tried to break into Chik-Fil-A in the 2800 block of North St., but instead triggered an alarm. About half an hour after that incident, officers discovered someone had br…

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