Category: Courthouse News

Teague Police Report

–Monday, September 04, 2017 6:32 PM Officer Cox responded to an animal complaint on S. 10th Ave. 7:30 PM Sgt. Mason and Officer Morgan responded to a report of loose dogs on S. 9th Ave. 8:49 PM Officer Morgan responded to a reported theft at Freestone Trailer Park. –Tuesday, September 05, 2017 1:35 PM Officer Cox met with a complainant at the police department, to follow up on a case. 4:14 PM Officer Cox met with a suspect to follow up on a case. 5:22 PM Officer Cox responded to a reckless driver complaint on HWY 84. –Wednesday, September 06, 2017 9:00 AM Interim Chief Philpott conducted a sex offender registration at the police department. 11:58 AM Interim Chief Philpott and Officer Keale conducted a funeral escort at Bowers Funeral Home. 3:25 PM Officer Keale responded to a Medical Assistance call in the 700 block of Main Street. 3:52 PM Officer Keale responded to the 100 block S. 4th Ave for a civil matter. 4:21 PM Interim Chief Philpott responded to a report of individuals walking on HWY 84. 4:49 PM Officer Keale met with complainants at the police department, reference to a protective order. 9:46 PM Officer Tieman responded to a business alarm at Brookshire Brothers. 10:33 PM Officer Tieman responded to an animal complaint on Filmore St.. –Thursday, September 07, 2017 4:53 AM Officer Tieman was dispatched...

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Freestone County Courthouse News

Indictments –Margarette Webb, 52, W/F, Streetman, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 07-03-17 –Patrick Russell, 29, W/M, Euless, Manufacturing/Delivery of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, more than 1 Gram but less than 4 Grams, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 07-03-17 –Derek Dabney, 48, B/M, Grand Prairie, DWI for 3rd or More Time, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 07-01-17 –John Neighbors, 57, W/M, Wortham, Burglary of Habitation, IN JAIL, Date of Offense: 07-31-17 –Paul Lachimia, 49, W/M, Dallas, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, more than 4 Grams, but less than 200 Grams, IN JAIL, Date of Offense: 06-28-17 –Laney Morrison, 24, W/F, Dawson, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 06-15-16 –Matthew Allman, 23, WM, Royce City, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 06-08-17 –Jasper Taylor, 29, B/M, Dallas, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 06-08-17 –James Allman, 28, W/M, Dallas, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 06-08-17 –Daniel Marquess, 28, W/M, Branchville, Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, IN JAIL, Date of Offense: 05-05-17 –Gary Knight, 41, W/M, Streetman, Failure to Register Sex...

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Oil & Gas Reports: RRC Grants Waivers, Takes Actions to Speed Hurricane Harvey Recovery

The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) today announced several actions to speed recovery from the impacts of Hurricane Harvey. These actions will permit energy industry operators under RRC jurisdiction to focus on restoring operations as quickly as possible without compromising public safety and environmental protection. Among the actions taken by the RRC: –Temporary administrative filing and reporting options for oil and gas operators impacted by Hurricane Harvey – The RRC’s P-5 Financial Assurance Department will delay severances for Form P-5 Organization Reports due Sept. 1, 2017 and Oct. 1, 2017. Rather than issuing severances for delinquent Form P-5 after the normal requirement of 30 days, the department will issue severances 60 days after the Form P-5 due date. Additionally, Rule 15 inactive well requirements, as well as all other administrative filings or reports will be handled on a case-by-case basis. –Waivers permitting pipeline operators to use out-of-state personnel to participate in emergency response operations resulting from Hurricane Harvey – These waivers will be granted by the RRC on a case-by-case basis, for a period not to exceed 30 days, with possible extensions. The RRC enforces rules addressing operator qualifications established by the Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA). PHMSA agrees with RRC action. Pipeline operators granted this waiver are required to track the covered tasks and locations performed by any non-qualified and/or other assigned personnel (including out-of-state) for...

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Fairfield Police Report – Aug. 28 – Sept. 3, 2017

by Chief of Police Kenny Bulger   Monday, Aug. 28 10:50 AM-Officer Lawrence on report of open door. 5:34 PM-Officer Markham on report of truck tire on fire. 7:42 PM-Officer Alexander on report of kids playing on fork lift. 9:25 PM-Officer Alexander on report of subject pan handling. Tuesday, Aug. 29 8:30 AM-Officer Lawrence to PD to meet a complainant. 4:15 PM-Officer Lawrence on report of suspicious person. 8:47 PM-Officer Alexander on report of subject causing problems at restaurant, located and advised not to go back in there. Wednesday, Aug. 30 12:49 AM-Officer Alexander to meet a complainant. 8:46 AM-Officer Gallegos on welfare check. 1:51 PM-Officer Gallegos to meet a complainant. 3:33 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of truck loosing part of his load. 6:31 PM-Officer Scarrow and Price served criminal trespass notice to subject. 9:41 PM-Officer Scarrow and Price on suspicious vehicle. Thursday, Aug. 31 1:29 AM-Officer Scarrow and Price on open gate. 9:14 AM-Officer Gallegos and Sgt. Utsey to ER on report of subjects causing problems. 12:44 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of minor wreck. 7:32 PM-Officer Scarrow and Price on civil stand by. 7:58 PM-Officer Scarrow and Price on traffic jam at Loves. 11:24 PM-Officer Scarrow, Price and Bates on reported disturbance. Friday, Sept. 1 2:16 AM-Officer Scarrow, Price and Bates on unruly inmate. 7:35 AM-Officer Markham on report of burglary on motor vehicle. 8:30 AM-Officer Markham on...

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Teague Police Report: Aug. 28 – Sept. 23, 2017

Monday, August 28, 2017 5:38 PM Officer Keale responded to an animal welfare concern in the 700 block N. 4th Ave. 8:45 PM Officer Tieman responded to a Forgery (Counterfeit Money) call at Family Dollar.   Tuesday, August 28, 2017 1:17 AM Officer Tieman Checked out on a suspicious vehicle at the old Dairy Queen Parking Lot. 8:47 AM Interim Chief Philpott and Officer Keale was dispatched to an Intoxicated person at Brookshire Brothers. 1:36 PM Officer Keale responded to a Shoplifter at CEFCO. 2:53 PM Interim Chief Philpott and Officer Keale served two arrest warrants (Sexual Assault, from Anderson County) in the 800 block N. 7th Ave. 5:41 PM Officer Tieman was dispatched to a 911 hang up in the 800 block Pecan St. 9:21 PM Officer Tieman handled a Civil Matter by phone. 9:22 PM Officer  Tieman was dispatched to a Loud Music Complaint on Howard St. 10:58 PM Officer Tieman was dispatched to a Sexual Assault of a Child call.   Wednesday, August 30, 2017 12:31 AM Officer Tieman was dispatched to a Loud Music Complaint on Howard St. 12:43 AM Officer Tieman was dispatched to a Theft at CEFCO. 6:39 PM Sgt. Mason and Officer Cox were dispatched to a Suicidal Person. 7:13 PM Officer Morgan was dispatched to a Harassment Call in the 800 block McGee.   Thursday, August 31, 2017 1:05 PM Officer...

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