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Road rage on the rise, burglars take a nap
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In addition to arrests, the Live Oak County Sheriff’s Department received approximately 465 calls during the 11-day period from July 31 through Aug. 11.

Reckless drivers and road rage complaints were reported in high numbers. Vehicle accidents remained consistently high.

Throughout both counties, grass fires and reports concerning neglected or injured animals increased sharply due to the dry conditions and high temperatures.

Calls

A Lagarto resident reported being burglarized again, this time in addition to the items stolen their bed was actually slept in by someone.

A Tilden man advised dispatchers that he had been drinking but needed officers to see if they see what he sees, caller was asked what he sees, he stated a low tire and he did not want to be blamed.

In Whitsett several drivers called to report two motorcycles that appeared to be playing some road game that was taking over the entire road and not allowing drivers to pass.

In TR a caller requested a game warden to pick up a baby deer that had been left at a convenient store.

A concerned citizen from Nell reported reckless drivers consistently passing in a no-passing zone, he was worried someone would eventually be hurt.

A LOC resident requested officers to retrieve what appeared to be boat parts and seats to a vehicle.

A vacant house was broke into in LOC, the owners live in San Antonio.

In LOC a driver reported that her vehicle was on fire on the side of the road.

A grass fire was reported in McMullen county.

A GW resident reported a gas leak at a pipeline, the resident stated he could see a huge cloud of gas.

A concerned TR resident reported hearing people arguing, then gun shots and saw two trucks flee the scene.

A LOC resident advised if reports were made about hearing gunshots near his property he has shot a skunk.

A GW man requested officers assistance with a female on his property that is taking drugs and he would like her removed.

A LOC concerned resident reported cruelty to animals due to two dogs being tied to a tree with no water.

A LOC man reported that a neighbors dog has killed approximately 12 of his chickens and has been chasing his livestock. Dispatch asked if the chickens were in a pen, caller advised no they were free range chickens.

A grass fire was reported in the median on Interstate 37.

A Swinney Switch drivers reported sliding off the road and hitting a tree, stated he was not badly injured.

In TR a convenient store advised they had video of people stealing from the store and would like to make a report.

In LOC several calls were received about dying deer on the side of the roads.

In Tilden, EMS was requested for two victims of heat exhaustion.

A LOC man reported knowing where a stolen trailer could be located by sheriffs.

A GW concerned caller reported several horses being starved, caller also stated that this was not the first time they had called about these horses.

Arrests

Jeffery Mark Glover, 54, of Jacksonville was arrested on July 28 for driving while intoxicated; no bond or release date was given.

Blanca Salinas, 24, of Houston was arrested on July 27 for assault causing bodily injury to a family member; no bond or release date was given.

Phillip Anthony Alvares, 19, of GW was arrested on July 29 for possession of marijuana and driving while intoxicated; no bond or release date was given.

Jordan Michael Boren, 23, of San Antonio was arrested on July 26 for terroristic threats of family/household; he was released on a $10,000 bond.

Brandon James Teague, 37, of TR was arrested on July 26 for assault of a family/household member and impeding breath/circulation; he was sentenced to three days confinement in LOC jail.

David Aguilera, 24, of Laredo was arrested on July 27 for criminal non-support; he was released on a $2,000 bond, no release date was given.

Raul Almaguer Jr., 60, of Sandia was arrested on July 26 for driving while intoxicated; no bond or release date was given.

Stanley E. Jones, 46, of Tyler was arrested on July 28 for driving while intoxicated; no bond or release date was given.

Jorge Saenz, 43, of Oakville was arrested on July 28 for interfering with emergency call, assault simple; bond was set at $5,500 no release date was given.

Doyle Wayne Hibdon, 44, of Sweetwater was arrested on July 5 for driving while intoxicated; no bond or release date was given.

Wanda Lois Kolacek, 54, of GW was arrested on July 16 for forgery no bond or release date was given.

Jose Gabriel Vargas Jr., 39, of Alamo was arrested on July 17 for interfering with child custody; no bond or release date was given.

Susan Siobhan Jones, 44, was arrested on July 22 for driving while intoxicated; no bond or release date was given.

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