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

Friday, Oct. 25:

  • Deputy Travis Curry responded to a residence on FM 124 in reference to a report UUMV. Upon arrival, Deputy Curry met with the complainant who stated that upon arriving home, he discovered his garage door open and his wife’s BMW missing. Complainant advised that his wife’s purse and keys were inside the vehicle. Complainant stated that the actor(s) also yanked open the door to the storage room and stole a flat screen television, a cooler and two cordless drills. The vehicle was entered into TCIC/NCIC as stolen

Deputy Chris Dickerson responded to a residence on Highway 59 S regarding a burglary. Upon arrival, Deputy Dickerson met the complainant who stated that upon returning home he went to his jewelry box to place some cash in it and realized that $600 was missing. Complainant advised that upon further inspection of the residence he discovered that some unknown actor(s) had rummaged through the residence as several items had been moved and knocked over. Complainant advised that the actor(s) also stole several collectible glasses. Complainant stated that the actor(s) also broke into his store located in front of his residence and stole some collectible knives and swords as well as an electrical train set. This case is under investigation.

  • Deputy Philip Grimes took a report of theft that occurred on Highway 59 S. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) came onto the property, cut two padlocks to gain access and stole a 12-volt battery from their generator. This case is being investigated.

Saturday, Oct. 26:

  • Deputy Travis Curry took a report of UUMV that occurred. Complainant stated that his friend had asked to borrow his vehicle and when he refused, his friend took the vehicle anyway. Complainant advised that he later learned the subject has wrecked his vehicle. Complainant stated that he wishes to pursue charges. Information was forwarded to the DA’s office.

Sunday, Oct. 27:

Panola County Sheriff’s Office was contacted about a vehicle that had been sitting on the side of the road for several days. Deputy Jeremy Nagle was able to located the vehicle and after running a check through dispatch it was confirmed that the vehicle had been reported stolen out of Longview in August. The vehicle was towed for safe keeping and Longview PD was notified.

Monday, Oct. 28:

  • Deputy Joshua Nagle took a report of a vehicle burglary that occurred on Country Road 105. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) entered her vehicle without permission and stole a bag of clothing. This case is being investigated.

Tuesday, Oct. 29:

Deputy Heather Green took a report of an assault that occurred. Complainant stated that she was assaulted by her ex-husband after agreeing to meet him at a location. Complainant stated that while on the location, the suspect punched her in the face, choked her, and had something stuffed down her throat so she couldn’t scream for help. She stated he also pulled the corners of her mouth, stretching it out. Complainant advised that the suspect then took her to his residence where he continued to assault her until a subject passed by and witness the assault. Complainant advised that the suspect then gave her the keys to her car and allowed her to leave the residence. Deputy Green observed bruising and swelling on the complainant’s entire face. Information was forwarded to the DA’s office. The suspect has since been arrested.

  • Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of theft that occurred on Highway 79 N. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) removed a portable air conditioner from his store. This case is under investigation.

Wednesday, Oct. 30:

Deputy Jacob Samford responded to a business on FM 1970 in reference to a theft that had already occurred. Upon arrival, Deputy Samford met with the complainant who stated that upon entering the building he immediately noticed two washing machines missing and the hook up hoses pouring water all over the floor. Complainant advised that it appeared as if the hoses has been cut. Complainant stated that it also appeared as if the actor(s) has attempted to pry open the coin slot on another machine. Photographs were taken and this case is being investigated.