Intoxicated driver, 312 W. Main St. Although issued a Miranda warning, a man found “exhibiting multiple signs of intoxication” outside the police station “admitted to having consumed several alcoholic beverages prior to operating a motor vehicle.” Officers described his performance on field sobriety tests as poor. After his arrest, charges were enhanced due to a high blood alcohol content.
Intoxicated person, U.S. 59 and CR 659. Deputies responding to a report of a reckless driver located the swerving vehicle and made a traffic stop. “An arrest was made for intoxication.”
Controlled substance, 1400 block of U.S. 259. Deputies were sent to a grocery store regarding a man “acting erratic.” Found in a vehicle at the scene, the man displayed signs of intoxication. “Deputies received consent to search the vehicle and located methamphetamines.” An arrest was made.
Recovered vehicle, 2300 block of Douglass Road. The sheriff’s department discovered a vehicle recovered as evidence in a felony offense that had been reported stolen in the City of Houston. “The vehicle is still in possession of (the sheriff’s office) pending further processing.”
Intoxicated driver, 1100 Douglass Road. A driver involved in a crash was determined to be intoxicated and arrested.
Robbery, 1600 block of Douglass Road. A man who said a stranger “took items from his person and while doing so caused bodily injury” told police he did not want to file charges.
Controlled substance, 600 block of N. University Dr. A driver stopped for a traffic violation gave police a fake name, and it was later discovered he had several warrants. He was also found to be in possession of a controlled substance and was arrested.
Unauthorized use of vehicle, 400 block of Townsend Ave. A vehicle was stolen from a home.
Disturbance, 820 block of Scarlet Oak St. “Multiple subjects were involved in a physical altercation” at a home on Sunday.
Forgery, 800 block of Sarah Anne St. A personal check stolen from the mail was forged and cashed without consent.
Alarm, FM 95 and state Hwy. 21 East. Deputies were sent to Chireno to contact two men at an ATM who “were contracted to disable the machine due to an attempted theft that occurred earlier in the day.”
Family violence, 300 block of CR 822. A man reported that his girlfriend assaulted him.
Assault, 800 block of Rawlinson Road. Deputies sent to a disturbance were informed the caller’s common law husband had assaulted her and left the scene. Information was gathered and the immediate area was searched.
Intoxicated driver, Old Lufkin Road and Arbor Oak. A deputy headed south on Old Lufkin Road saw a vehicle “being driven all over the road. A traffic stop was made, and one arrest was made for DWI.”
Arrests included: DaJewon Antwon Garner, 25, public intoxication; Joshua Nelson Green, 19, of Friendswood, possession of marijuana; Eduardo G. Guillen Rubio, 23, DWI; Thomas Everett Hancock, 19, of Friendswood, possession of marijuana; Dakota Wayne Harrell, 19, of Lufkin, motion to revoke probation; Julian Paz Martinez, 32, of Jasper, DWI; Sonny James Medina Jr., 19, of Houston, possession of marijuana; Dakota Wayne Harrell, 19, of Lufkin, motion to revoke probation; Julian Paz Martinez, 32, of Jasper, DWI; Sonny James Medina Jr., 19, of Houston, possession of marijuana; Lane Michael Obrien, 27, of Lindale, possession of marijuana; Ronald Craig Baldridge, 55, of Coppell, possession of controlled substance; Daniel Delgadillo Padilla, 27, DWI; Eduardo Sanchez, 35, DWI; Kiley Sanders, 20, of Freeport, DUI-minor; Robert Mendoza Soto, 22, public intoxication; and Ricardo Aldana, 30, failure to identify, possession of controlled substance, failure to display driver’s license, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Possession of marijuana, Griffith Blvd. Officers on Sunday contacted a vehicle reported as suspicious and discovered the driver in possession of marijuana. He was arrested.
Possession of marijuana, Lot 19. Three people were arrested for possession of marijuana after officers were called to a parking lot on Sunday.
Possession of drugs/alcohol, Lumberjack Village. A driver stopped for a traffic violation in a parking garage was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and alcohol. Citations were issued.
At 2 p.m. Monday, the Nacogdoches County Jail housed 284 inmates. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.
NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE
Alarm malfunction on SE Stallings Drive.
Medical assists on Ridgeview, University, Northway and Oak Hill Plaza drives, West Seale, Cooper, First, Marty and West Cox streets, Douglass Road and Chimney Rock Lane.
Combustible/flammable gas or other liquid on NE Stallings Drive.
Vehicle accident with injuries on South University Dr.
Public service assistance on C.L. Simon St.
Assist police or other governmental agency on Center Road.