Public intoxication, 200 block of CR 6108. A person contacted deputies because “he wanted to be booked into the jail due to having warrants.” The deputies didn’t find any outstanding warrants, but believed the man was intoxicated in public and arrested him on that charge.

Reports from Friday

Death investigation, 3000 Westward Dr. “Officer investigated the death of a person not attended by a physician.”

Controlled substance, 4300 block of North St. Officers spotted suspected drugs in a vehicle during a traffic stop. “Some of the occupants ... had warrants and two ... were arrested for possession of marijuana.” Three people in total were arrested.

Assault, 2700 block of Westward Dr. A woman accused her boyfriend of assaulting her.

Failure to identify, 400 block of North St. Officers arrested a person who reportedly gave them fake identifying information “in an attempt to hide the fact that he had warrants.”

Theft, 1600 block of Cardinal St. Someone stole property from inside a vehicle.

Controlled substance, 1200 block of SE Stallings Dr. Officers pulled over a driver for a traffic violation and found suspected marijuana and a controlled substance. The driver also has a suspended license and didn’t have insurance on the vehicle.

Assault, 500 block of S. Pecan St. A man allegedly “slapped his girlfriend while in an intoxicated state” and was arrested.

Intoxicated driver, 1700 block of Press Rd. A driver who crashed was allegedly intoxicated and was arrested.

Family violence, 1600 block of Cardinal St. A woman was arrested for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend.

Criminal trespass, 2600 block of Center Rd. Officers arrested a person for allegedly violating a criminal trespass warning.

Controlled substance, 2600 block of N. Stallings Dr. Suspected illegal drugs were found in a vehicle pulled over by deputies.

Controlled substance, U.S. 259 and CR 812. Deputies pulled over a driver for a violation and found a suspected controlled substance.

Death investigation, 700 block of Project Rd. Deputies don’t suspect foul play in the death of a person at a home in Garrison.

Assist complainant, 100 block of N. CR 4945. Deputies issued a harassment warning to a person at the request of another person, who wanted “him to not ask her for money.”

Criminal trespass warning, 2700 block of CR 4942. Deputies arrested a person who allegedly violated a criminal trespass warning.

Suspicious person, 1400 block of CR 521. Deputies took a report that someone in a brown minivan brandishing a gun at a person but didn’t find the vehicle.

Reports from Saturday

Theft, 1200 block of N. Mound St. Someone stole a bicycle that was left unattended.

Theft, 3000 block of Westward Dr. Money was stolen from someone’s purse “within a one-week period.”

Hit-and-run accident, 2800 block of North St. A driver didn’t provide the required information after running into a vehicle.

Theft, 2000 block of Westward Dr. Money was stolen from a purse.

Theft, 1100 block of Cardinal St. “A subject took items without permission from a victim.”

Burglary of a motor vehicle, 1100 block of N. University Dr. Property was stolen from the trunk of an unlocked vehicle.

Family violence, 200 block of W. Seale St. Officers arrested a man accused of assaulting his sister.

Controlled substance, 1100 block of E. Starr Ave. Suspected drugs were found during a traffic stop, and one person was arrested.

Controlled substance, 1600 block of Cardinal St. One person was arrested by police investigating a suspicious vehicle when suspected marijuana was found.

Criminal mischief, 3000 block of E.J. Campbell Bvld. A person was accused of damaging property during an altercation.

Controlled substance, 4900 block of NW Stallings Dr. Deputies dispatched to investigate a tip about a person with warrants at a business found the person they were looking for, who was also in possession of “a large quantity” of suspected drugs. Another person at the scene who deputies talked to was also in possession of suspected drugs “near an infant.” Both were arrested and the child was turned over to CPS.

Burglary of a building, 200 block of CR 513. Someone stole lawn equipment from a shop building.

Burglary, 1800 block of FM 2434. A report was taken about someone breaking into a person’s home to assault them.

Arrests included: Devon Leray Boyd, 22, of Longview, warrant and possession of marijuana; Timothy Dewayne Carrell, 38, criminal trespass; Tarmarqus Terrell Carroll, 24, of Texas City, wrong, fictitious, altered of obscured vehicle registration and possession of a controlled substance; Taylor Samone Cooper, 22, theft of property, public intoxication and bail jumping and failure to appear; Malcolm Vaughn Creamer, 25, assault family violence, two or more times in 12 months; Roderick Anton Davis, Jr., 21, of Tatum, possession of marijuana; Mitchell Blake Goolsby, 36, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense, and possession of marijuana; Latashze Jamond Hooper, 23, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, theft and driving while license invalid; Micheal H. Jujala, 45, possession of a controlled substance; Juan Ariel Leyva, 24, driving while intoxicated and assault; Jordon Devonte Nelson, 23, of Longview, warrant; Alex Ramirez, 27, of Donna, Texas, false drug test; Christian Geovannye Salinas, 26, criminal trespass; Roberto Mendoza Soto, 22, public intoxication; Antonio Vega, 24, public intoxication, bail jumping and failure to appear and failure to identify; Jannah Leneice Wright, 21, assault; Homer Daniel Garrett Broadway, 17, public intoxication; Crystal Ann Carver, 26, motion to revoke probation; Gregory Collins, 19, of Longview, possession of marijuana; Billy Kolton Cranford, 27, motion to revoke probation; Miguel Angel Espinoza, 22, possession of marijuana; Carlos Herrera, 19, two counts of motion to revoke probation; Robin Thai Rowe Hill, 33, warrant; Chyenne Eliaina Johnson, 20, possession of a controlled substance and abandoning/endangering a child; Jason Bradley Johnson, 39, of Henderson, possession of a controlled substance, failure to maintain financial responsibility and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Edward Alan Martinez, 18, assault; Larry Donnell Mosley, 60, public intoxication; Austin Jordon Powell, 27, of Lufkin, failure to appear on a misdemeanor and bail jumping and failure to appear; Victoria Renee Rogers, 27, possession of a controlled substance; Stacy Nicole Sanches, 37, of Houston, parole warrant hold and possession of a controlled substance; Jacob Chisum Rufus Scott, 19, driving under the influence as a minor; Shirley Louise Skinner, 30, of Lufkin, theft of property; Mason Thurman, 17, public intoxication; Daniel Gene Vandagriff, 46, of Houston, warrant; Daphne Belinda Waters, 49, possession of a controlled substance.

SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT

No reports were filed.

JAIL POPULATION

As of 10 a.m. Friday, there were 243 inmates at the Nacogdoches County jail. As of 11 a.m. Saturday, there were 247. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.

NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE

Medical assists on Oak Hill Plaza Drive, Durst Street, Park Street, North Street, Pearl Street, SE Stallings Drive, Marilyn Street, Westward Drive, E.J. Campbell Boulevard, S. Fredonia Street, Ferndale Street, Harris Street, Douglass Rad, Northway Drive, Oak Creek Drive, NE Stallings Drive, Texas Oak Street, Oak Hill Plaza Drive and Durst Street.

Rescue or EMS incident on Durst Street.

Motor vehicle accidents with injuries on NE Stallings Drive, South Street and Park Street.

Animal problems on Raguet Street and N. University Drive.

Animal rescue on E. Main Street.

Smoke or odor removal on FM 2259 and Live Oak Drive.

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