Emergency lights at night

A close-up photo of Emergency lights at night

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

Friday, Nov. 6

Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of burglary of a vehicle that occurred on County Road 204. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) entered two vehicles on her property and rummaged through them. Complainant advised nothing appeared to be missing.

Deputy Robert Duncan took a report of burglary that occurred on County Road 204. Complainant stated that he observed a male subject on camera breaking into his building and going through an office desk and several boxes. Complainant advised that the only thing that appeared to be missing were three blank checks from a closed account. This case is under investigation.

Saturday, Nov. 7

Deputy Jeffrey Martin and Deputy Robert Duncan responded to a two-vehicle accident on Texas 149. Upon arrival, Deputy Martin made contact with the driver, who stated she had the wreck due to her fiancé hitting her while she was driving and causing her to cross the center line and strike the other vehicle. Deputy Martin then spoke with the fiancé, who advised that the driver was the one hitting him and took her eyes off the roadway. Deputies observed redness on both subject’s faces but could not determine if it was due to the vehicle accident or fighting.

Sunday, Nov. 8

Deputy Jacob Samford and Deputy Stephen Gillie responded to a residence on Private Road 7153 for a welfare check after receiving a call from a male subject advising that he had not been able to get ahold of the female subject that resides there. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the female subject who appeared to be in good health. After speaking with the female subject, it was determined that her ex-boyfriend was the actual caller, being deceptive and falsely identifying himself as someone else. The female subject stated that they broke up a few days ago and she has since changed her phone number so he wouldn’t be able to contact her. Deputies located the male subject and placed him under arrest for false report.

Monday, Nov. 9

Deputy Hollie Mojica took a report of theft that occurred. Complainant stated that while at a party on FM 2517, she placed her belongings inside of a bathroom. Complainant advised that when she went to retrieve her stuff, she noticed the contents of her purse had been scattered all over the counter. Complainant advised that her driver’s license, debit card and $80 in U.S. currency were missing.

Thursday, Nov. 12

Deputy Phillip Grimes took a report of burglary that occurred on FM 1970. Complainant stated that some unknown actor(s) gained entry into her storage building by removing the lock. Complainant advised that once inside, the actor(s) stole approximately 15 necklaces and 12 bracelets all made out of turquoise, silver and leather.