The following items were submitted by the Panola County Sheriff’s Office.

Saturday, Sept. 21:

  • Deputy Joshua Nagle took a report of harassment. Complainant stated that after finding out he has a new girlfriend, his ex-girlfriend has been repeatedly calling and sending text messages. Complainant stated that he blocked the subject on his phone, at which time she began calling and messaging from her children’s phones. Information was forwarded to the district attorney’s office.

Deputy Richard Mojica responded to a residence on County Road 3154 in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, Deputy Malone met with the complainant, who stated that her uncle had assaulted her by hitting her in the face. Deputy Mojica then spoke with the uncle, who stated that he did not assault the complainant. He advised that he came in the house and was complaining about it being a mess when the complainant came running towards him. Subject stated that he put his hands up to stop the complainant and she began yelling and shouting profanities at him. Information was forwarded to the DA’s office.

Sunday, Sept. 22:

  • Deputy Josh Nagle took a report of an assault that occurred. Complainant stated that her boyfriend had become upset with her and threw her down to the ground before repeatedly striking her in the face with a closed fist. Complainant advised that there have been several other times she has been assaulted by the subject. Photographs were taken of complainant’s visible injuries. The case is being investigated.
  • Deputy Calahan Malone assisted the Carthage Police Department with a disorderly female subject. Upon arrival, Deputy Malone made contact with CPD Sergeant Jesus Martinez and the female subject, whom he knew by sight from previous encounters. The subject was yelling loudly, disturbing nearby residents. Deputy Malone advised the subject multiple times to calm down, however she continued to be disorderly. At one point, the subject began to pull away from CPD Sergeant Martinez, and Deputy Malone felt at that point the subject was a danger to herself and others. When Deputy Malone attempted to place her hands behind her back to detain her, the subject began to pull away and took her right foot and kicked Deputy Malone in the right shin, causing pain. After a brief struggle, Deputy Malone was able to place the subject into custody. The subject was transported to the Panola County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, assault on a public servant and resisting arrest.
  • Deputy Shakami Manning took a report of theft that occurred on County Road 3062. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) came onto his property and stole two weed eaters, a gas leaf blower and three full gas cans. This case is being investigated.

Monday, Sept. 23:

  • Deputy Jeremy Nagle responded to a residence on County Road 241 in reference to a suspicious person. Upon arrival, Deputy Nagle met with the complainant, who stated that a female subject who she did not know showed up at her residence and began banging on her door with her fist. Complainant advised that the subject even went to her back door and proceeded to bang on it, before leaving on foot. Deputy Nagle checked the area and located a female subject matching the description the complainant gave him. Deputy Nagle made contact with the female subject and asked her why she was banging on the complainant’s door, to which she stated that she was thirsty and wanted some water. The subject proceeded to give false information as to her identity. After finally getting the correct information from the subject, a record check through dispatch revealed that the subject had a warrant out of Tarrant County. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant, as well as failure to identify. The subject was then transported to the Panola County Detention Center.
  • Constable Bryan Murff took a report of fraud. Complainant stated that she called Medicaid to get her daughter some benefits and was told that there was a pending claim that had been filed by male subject. Complainant stated that the subject had used her daughter’s personal information to try and get food stamps without her permission, as well as attempting to file for assistance through a financial aid system. Information has been forwarded to the DA’s office.

Tuesday, Sept. 24:

Deputy Jacob Samford responded to a report of criminal trespass. Upon arrival, Deputy Samford met with the complainant, who stated that a male subject came onto the property and used one of his fork lifts to break the locks on the gate to gain entry. Complainant advised that one of the employees saw the subject and blocked him in. Deputy Samford met with the suspect, who admitted to breaking the locks on the gate and entering without permission. Deputy Samford placed the subject under arrest for criminal trespass and transported him to the Panola County Detention Center.

Wednesday, Sept. 25:

  • Deputy Joshua Nagle initiated a stop on vehicle for failure to signal. Deputy Nagle then made contact with the female driver and male passenger. While speaking with the female, Deputy Nagle asked if she had anything illegal inside the vehicle to which the subject advised that she had a pipe commonly used for smoking marijuana. Deputy Mojia and K-9 Roxie arrived on scene, and after receiving a positive alert from Roxie, a search of the vehicle was conducted. While searching, Deputy Nagle located a bag containing suspected methamphetamine, a bag containing suspected marijuana and an assortment of drug paraphernalia. The female subject was placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous drug.
  • Deputy Chadd Gray was dispatched to a lease road on County Road 403 in reference to trespassing. Upon arrival, Deputy Gray met with the complainant who stated that he located a vehicle on his property. Deputy Gray approached the vehicle and made contact with the two male subjects inside. While talking with the individuals, they advised Deputy Gray that they had marijuana inside the vehicle and that they were going down there to smoke some weed in peace and to not bother anyone. A vehicle search was conducted, and Deputy Gray located a marijuana cigarette and a plastic bag containing suspected marijuana. Both subjects were arrested for possession of marijuana and transported to the Panola County Detention Center.
  • Deputy Richard Mojica initiated a stop on a vehicle for expired registration and made contact with the male driver and female passenger. Deputy Mojica asked the male driver if there was anything illegal inside the vehicle to which he stated that there was not and then gave Deputy Mojica permission to search. While searching the vehicle, Deputy Mojica located a driver’s license with the female subject’s picture and a name different from the one she had given to Deputy Mojica. The female admitted to giving a false name. A record check through dispatch revealed that the female subject had a warrant out of Arkansas. The female subject was placed under arrest for failure to identify and transported to the Panola County Detention Center.

Friday, Sept. 27:

  • Deputy Jeremy Nagle was dispatched to a residence on County Road 3334 in reference to a report of harassment. Upon arrival, Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who stated that a male subject is harassing her and causing problems. Complainant advised that the subject has been making fake Facebook pages and even created a fake Craig’s List page posting her name and address with vulgar information on it. Complainant stated that she reported the pages to Craig’s List and Facebook, and they have been taken down. Information has been forwarded to the DA’s office.
  • Deputy Jeff Martin took a report of theft that occurred on County Road 435. Complainant stated that someone stole a Stihl weed eater, three cans of paint, paint trays and brushes, shelf lines and a photo album from her father’s residence. This case is being investigated.

Sgt. Jeff Ivy took a report of a theft that occurred on FM 123. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) came onto his company’s property and stole several Balon ball valves. This case is under investigation.

  • Deputy Chris Dickerson was dispatched to County Road 302 in reference to a report of criminal mischief. Upon arrival, Deputy Dickerson met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) came onto his property and busted the passenger side window out of his vehicle. Photographs were taken of the damage, and the area was posted for extra patrol.

Sunday, Sept. 29:

  • Deputy Philip Grimes responded to County Road 311 in reference to a theft that had already occurred. Upon arrival, Deputy Grimes met with the complainant who stated that some unknown actor(s) came onto the job site, broke a fuel pump and stole an unknown amount of fuel from the tank. The case is being investigated.
  • Deputy Jeremy Nagle was dispatched to a residence on County Road 202 in reference to a theft that had already occurred. Upon arrival, Deputy Nagle met with the complainant who state that he had two shotguns stolen from inside his residence. Complainant advised that there didn’t appear to be any forced entry into the residence. The firearms have been entered into TCIC/NCIC as stolen.
  • Deputy Jeff Martin took a report of an assault that occurred. Complainant stated that when she arrived at her residence, her ex-husband was parked outside waiting on her. Complainant advised that her ex-husband started an intense argument with her regarding her whereabouts. Complainant advised that the subject then threw her to the ground, causing cuts, scratches and bruising to her back and feet. Complainant advised that when the subject left, she went to the hospital for treatment of her injuries. Photographs were taken of the complainant’s injuries, and information has been forwarded to the DA’s office.

Tuesday, Oct. 1:

Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of theft that occurred. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) stole four Power Sonic 12 volt batteries from a different location. This case is under investigation.

Wednesday, Oct. 2:

While on patrol, Deputy Chris Dickerson observed a vehicle pull into the parking lot of a closed business. Deputy Dickerson approached the vehicle and made contact with the male driver and female passenger. After speaking with both subjects, Deputy Dickerson requested and was given permission to search the vehicle. During the search, Deputy Dickerson located a bag of suspected methamphetamine located on the ground at the rear of the vehicle. The female subject advised that the male subject had thrown it out when he saw Deputy Dickerson approach. Both subject denied ownership of the suspected methamphetamine. Both subjects were placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with evidence. Subjects were transported to the Panola County Detention Center.