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Sheriff's Report: theft reports continue to rise
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In addition to arrests, the Live Oak County Sheriff’s Department received approximately 500 calls during the 10-day period from July 15-25.

Theft reports continue to rise for both private residents and commercial businesses. The number of vehicle accident reports has stayed consistently high.

LOC and McMullen County officers are responding to increasing requests for extra patrol due to suspicious people and vehicle calls from concerned residents.

Calls

In George West a caller requested officers to report a home burglary.

In Three Rivers a caller reported theft from a storage shed of equipment, and a filing cabinet had also been ransacked.

A LOC motorist reported an 18-wheeler had a tire on fire; the caller reported seeing the flames.

A TR couple called to advise they had both been assaulted by the other.

In Sandia a woman called to report that a man who had tried to kill her in another state was now in Texas.

A Tilden caller reported a grass fire by a weigh station.

A TR resident requested extra patrol due to a suspicious man walking around “eyeballing” items around the residence.

A GW caller reported an intoxicated pedestrian.

In TR a driver reported two women trying to get trucks to honk at them by jumping up and down on the side of the road.

A GW woman wanted to file bigamy and felony charges on her ex-husband. Caller stated their divorce was still pending, but the husband had just gone to Las Vegas to marry another woman.

In TR officers were requested when two small boys ages two and four were found walking down a street alone, the mother was found but was not concerned for the boys safety.

In GW a father called to file charges of indecency with a child to due a 29-year-old man dating his 14-year-old daughter.

A GW caller reported burglary of their home.

In TR a man called to report he had been assaulted behind a bar.

In TR a complaint was made about concerns of prostitution at a local park.

A Sandia caller reported jewelry being stolen from her home.

In TR a report was made of a pit bull that attacked a boy as he played baseball.

In Mathis a caller reported people stealing railroad ties.

In LOC a caller reported a sex offender was next door and was not allowed there; the caller also thought the sex offender was unregistered.

In TR a report was made about death threats received from someone in a hate group, also reported was this person had a shovel, overalls and plastic bags in the bag of his truck.

Arrests

Joseph Pena, 25, of Three Rivers was arrested on July 3 for driving while license invalid; he was released the same day after posting $500 bond.

Victor Roland Campos, 24, of Beeville was arrested on July 15 for public intoxication and simple assault; no bond or release date was given.

Jason Curtis Adams, 24, of Corpus Christi was arrested on July 15 for public intoxication; no bond or release date was given.

Neppie Lee Richardson, 40, of George West was arrested on July 17 for bail jumping, criminal trespass, no bond or release date was given.

J. Isabel Acevedo-Jocobo, 43, of Nixon was arrested on July 17 for driving while intoxicated; he was released on July 17 after posting $2,500 bond.

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