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Sheriff Robert Bolcik reported 249 calls went through dispatch from Oct. 4 to Oct. 18.

The sheriff’s department responded to 101 calls; the Refugio Police Department, 44; state troopers six; medics, 41; Woodsboro marshal, six; animal control, 36; Refugio VFD, two.

• Fight involves guns, knives

Deputies were dispatched to Redfish Street in Tivoli to investigate a report of a fight on Oct. 10 at 5:18 p.m. A passer-by reported that the male subject had a shotgun.

The caller said he asked the man to put the gun away but the subject refused, telling the passer-by that the subject was attempting to keep it away from the female.

Deputy Stacey Allen, Trooper David Poland and Trooper Blake Eubanks were all dispatched to the scene.

The female reportedly had knives.

Weapons were removed from the house and the female subject was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

• Burglary of a building

Deputy Stacey Allen was dispatched to the Country Club on Oct. 14, at 8:46 a.m. to investigate a report of a burglary to a golf shed.

• Credit cards confiscated

Deputy Danny Beltran made a traffic stop on Oct. 10 at 12:03 a.m. at the Texas Star, and during the stop, confiscated three credit cards.

The credit cards did not belong to any of the three subjects, according to reports.

• Domestic disturbance

Deputy Daniel Beltran was dispatched to Chaparral Street in Woodsboro to investigate a call from a man who asked to be picked up at 2:54 a.m. on Oct. 11.

The man said that he and his girlfriend had been fighting and she left and he was not able to find her in two hours of searching, according to reports.

The subject told the officer that he was angry and would like to be taken to jail before he messed up.

Deputies located the female and the male was taken to Refugio County Jail.

Refugio Police Department

On Oct. 6, Refugio Police Officer Preston Haynes investigated a report of an assault to a family member on Oct. 6 at an Empresario Street residence.

A 25-year old Refugio man called dispatch and when the officer arrived, the male subject told the officer he wanted his wife to leave the residence because she kept yelling at him.

His 41-year-old wife stated that he struck her in the back of her neck then pushed her to the ground, according to Haynes’ report.

The officer reported the woman had a red mark on the back of her neck. The male subject started to raise his voice but the officer reported he advised him to stop, according to reports.

The male subject said he wanted to take his daughter to the game room to shoot pool and his wife wanted to go, according to reports.

The male subject said she could not go because his mother and sister did not like her, Haynes reported.

The man was arrested for assaulting his wife,

• Theft

On Oct. 20 Officer Preston Haynes was dispatched to O’Reilly’s Auto Parts to investigate a theft.

An employee pointed out a subject in a vehicle who had entered the store and placed items into his pockets and left, according to Haynes’ report.

The officer blocked the man from leaving and the suspect was taken out of the vehicle. The man had 15 items concealed inside his shorts that had been taken out of the store, according to reports.

A clerk advised that some window tint had fallen out of his shorts as he came out of the restroom, Haynes reported.

The man was arrested and taken to Refugio County Jail.

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