Category: Courthouse News

Fairfield Police Report – May 10, 2017

by Chief of Police Kenny Bulger Monday, May 1 10:15 AM-Officer Bates and Sgt. Utsey on minor wreck. 1:19 AM-Officer Bates and Sgt. Utsey to meet complainant about his vehicle being stolen, was taken by his wife. 4:15 PM-Officer Bates and Sgt. Utsey on report of shop lifter. 4:42 PM-Officer Bates and Sgt. Utsey on civil stand by. 8:09 PM-Officer Gallegos assist Fairfield Fire Dept. on grass fire. 8:30 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of gas smell. 9:04 PM-Officer Gallegos on reported found property. 10:04 PM-Officer Gallegos to speak to complainant. 11:54 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of 2 suspicious males in parking lot, they were waiting on ride to arrive. Tuesday, May 2 11:30 AM-Officer Bates and Price on report of subject having some mental issues. 5:09 PM-Officer Bates and Price on child custody issue. 6:07 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of 911 call, ended up being phone line trouble. 10:19 PM-Officer Gallegos to motel parking lot on report of stolen vehicle, ended up being taken by husband. 11:10 PM-Officer Gallegos on reported fight, all subjects gone on arrival. Wednesday, May 3 3:36 AM-Officer Gallegos on report of alarm going off. 11:51 AM-Officer Alexander on report of major wreck. 12:17 PM-Officer Alexander on report of minor wreck. 1:35 PM-Officer Alexander arrest subject on warrants. 3:31 PM-Officer Alexander on report of minor wreck on 84 at Postoak. 4:42 PM-Officer Alexander on report...

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‘Caught With His Pants Down’ – Game Warden Field Notes, May 3rd

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Caught With His Pants Down A Comal County game warden responded to a call for assistance from the Comal County Sheriff’s Office after deputies received a shots fired call. The officers located an individual in a residential neighborhood on the south side of the lake who appeared to have fresh blood on his tactical boots, but did not have a firearm. A search of his vehicle was conducted and two assault rifles were located in the vehicle as well as small drops of blood on the driver and passenger seats. After a brief interview with the suspect, the warden discovered that there were numerous deer shot and killed along the golf course neighborhood throughout the night. The warden was also able to determine that another individual was involved and was hiding out in the woods. The first suspect was asked to contact the individual in the woods via cell phone and to wait along the roadway for a deputy to pick him up. The suspect hiding in the woods was not wearing any boots or pants. It was later determined he had removed them to conceal blood evidence. The warden continued to interview the suspects and determined that they had killed at least two white-tailed does and wounded another one. The suspects could not...

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Fairfield Police Report – May 3, 2017

by Chief of Police Kenny Bulger Monday, April 24 7:48 AM-Officer Alexander to meet a complainant. 5:50 PM-Officer Price on business alarm going off. 7:59 PM-Officer Price assist Fairfield EMS on medical emergency. 11:39 PM-Officer Price on report of vehicle sitting in the roadway with no lights on. Tuesday, April 25 9:20 AM-Officer Alexander on report of dog running at large. 1:09 PM-Officer Alexander on report of large boxes in roadway, removed from road. 5:51 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of subject spinning tires and throwing rocks on cars. 6:05 PM-Officer Gallegos to meet a complainant about an ex employee. 8:25 PM-Officer Gallegos on alarm going off. 10:19 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of verbal disturbance. Wednesday, April 26 2:16 PM-Officer Bates and Price on welfare check. 3:27 PM-Officer Bates and Price on report of possible gun shot, was unable to locate any. 10:28 PM-Officer Gallegos arrest subject for public intoxication. Thursday, April 27 7:13 AM-Officer Bates and Price to meet a complainant. 9:01 AM-Officer Bates and Price on minor wreck. 10:00 AM-Officer Bates and Price on found property. 3:02 PM-Officer Bates and Price to meet a complainant on theft. 4:18 PM-Officer Bates and Price on report on reported vandalism. 4:43 PM-Officer Bates and Price on verbal argument. 6:18 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of subject at ER causing problems. 7:43 PM-Officer Gallegos on reported tree in road way. Friday, April 28...

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Freestone County Courthouse News – Indictments from April 26

Indictments From April 26, 2017 Grand Jury  –Jose Soto, 26, W/M, Commerce City, CO, Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 02-04-17 –Jose Soto, 26, W/M, Commerce City, CO, Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2, 1-4 Grams Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 02-04-17 –Wyniece Young, 37, W/F, Teague, Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 12-1-16 –Asia Phillips, 21, B/F, Prairie View, Assault Public Servant, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 09-02-16 –Deric Thomas, 35, B/M, Ft. Worth, Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, 4-200 Grams, BONDED OUT, Date of Offence: 02-25-17 –Rocky Daniel-Tabora, 18, W/M, Irving, Tampering, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 02-06-17 –John Abram, 37, B/M, Teague, Man/Del Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, 4-200 Grams, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 12-14-16 –Michael Walsh, 41, W/M, Kosse, Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 10-01-16 –Jordan Canady, 26, B/M, Buffalo, Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1 Gram, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 01-14-17 –Jose Garcia, 23, W/M, Teague, Assault Impede Breath, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 12-29-16 –Manuel Garcia Perez, 32, W/M, Midland, DWI w/Child Passenger x2, BONDED OUT, Date of Offense: 02-04-17 –Shamakia Lambert, 29, B/F, Wortham, Credit/Debit...

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Freestone County Sheriff’s Report – April 19

by Sheriff Jeremy Shipley April 10:  Today was the beginning of National Telecommunicators Week which is celebrated April 10th – 16th this year. Being a Dispatcher is one of the hardest most stressful jobs not only in our profession but in any profession. Our Dispatchers are literally the lifeline of our entire communication system for Freestone County First Responders. Our Dispatchers are literally the lifeline of our entire communication system for Freestone County First Responders.Our Dispatchers are literally the lifeline of our entire communication system for Freestone County First Responders.   April 12:  The Freestone County Sheriff’s Office welcomed 130 Fairfield First Graders today as they toured downtown Fairfield. It’s a pleasure to be able to connect with the kids and hopefully plant good seeds for them to grow, make good decisions, and have trust with the local law enforcement. It was a fun day and the kids were very well behaved. We explained several different aspects of the Sheriff’s Office as we went through 4 different phases; besides the office itself, one included the Sheriff in a jumper, our recreation area, and of course a patrol vehicle with lights where they could crawl through and look around. The children were able to see familiar faces and meet new ones while they visited, such as Deputies Howerton, Fogle, Shaw, and Cordova, Jailer Brandi Griffin, Dispatcher Susan Taylor, and Chief...

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