The sheriff’s department responded to 42 calls; the Refugio Police Department, 25; Medics, 18; State Troopers, one; Woodsboro Marshal, three, Animal Control, eight; Woodsboro VFD, one.
A 16-year-old male suffered facial injuries and scrapes to his back following a fight on Swift Street in Woodsboro on June 25, at 4:46 a.m.
According to the report the male was on probation and highly intoxicated. He was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital. Officers were given the identities of the boy’s attackers. No charges were filed and no arrests made.
A female reported on June 26, at 8:32 p.m. that a compressor was stolen on Alamo Street out of the back of their workers truck.
A caller reported a grass fire on Hwy 77 at 4:36 p.m. on June 26. Deputy Jeff Raymond advised dispatch that the fire was on the side of the train tracks. Union Pacific was notified to stop the train. Woodsboro VFD cleared the call.
A speeding truck was reported travelling south in the north bound lane south of Woodsboro on June 25, at 11:09 p.m.
Dispatch received a second call from a male who allegedly swerved to miss the head on collision with the same truck.
A 911 caller reported the vehicle turning to Sinton. San Patricio County was notified of the erratic driver.
A female reported on June 24, that a male walked in her backyard on Rogers Street and shouted an obscenity when he noticed she was in the yard.
A Refugio woman reported that her car had been egged by someone driving a white Toyota Camry on June 23, at 11:18 p.m.
Sgt. Enrique Diaz initiated the traffic stop with the vehicle and spoke to the driver.
A caller requested a report and pictures taken on June 22, at 6:50 a.m. of his vehicle with broken windows, headlights, and mirrors.
According to the report the caller allegedly saved messages from his girlfriend stating that she broke all the windows in his truck on purpose.
A female was taken to Refugio County Jail on June 20, at 10:29 p.m. following a physical disturbance.
According to the report a caller reported that his wife was extremely drunk and belligerent. A female was heard in the background yelling.
Officers were dispatched to the call.
Truck wanted back
A Rockport woman reported on June 20, at 6:49 a.m. that her truck has not been returned as reported the buyer would do last week.
Dispatch asked caller if she had a trailer to pick up the truck. The caller said she did not have a trailer and that her vehicle was not running and that’s why she needed the truck back.
The caller was notified that the person holding the vehicle would return it the following day..
On June 20, at 12:56 a.m. a Stripes employee reported that a male stole an 18-pack of Budlight and an 18-pack of Budweiser. Officer Duqualis Farrow was dispatched to investigate but the suspect was not located.
A female reported that a male punched the window out on back door in anger on June 26, at 8:06 p.m. after she locked the door.
According to the report, Officer Peter Silvas was called back when the male subject showed up again at the residence.
Parties were separated and the male told to go home.
A female called 911 on June 26, at 10:24 p.m. after running out of gas on U.S. 77. Dispatched advised the female that a deputy could be sent to her location.
The woman asked dispatch to contact her husband. The female was notified that her husband would be on his way.
The caller called 911 three times to check if her husband had been notified.
The woman was told she was abusing 911, according to the report.
A caller reported on June 22, at 10:50 p.m. that he would like an officer to contact a male on a bike that cut in front of him while he was driving on Wood Avenue.
According to the report the male subject was worried that he would do it again and someone would end up going to prison, “over the cyclist’s foolishness.”
A female reported that two male subjects and several female’s were outside yelling obscenity’s at her boyfriend on June 23, at 8:55 a.m. on Wood Avenue.
Both parties were advised to stay off each others property.
A caller reported four male possible illegal’ immigrants walking on the railroad tracks in Woodsboro on June 23, at 9:05 a.m.
Two of the suspects were taken to Refugio County Jail and border patrol was contacted.