Farmersville Police Blotter

by | Sep 17, 2015 | Latest

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Farmersville Police Department blotter for Sept. 3 – Sept. 10. Traffic stops have been omitted.

Sept. 3 – Sec. watch, Willow Ln. / FM 2194; motor. asst., E. Hwy. 380 / Floyd St.; open dr., 206 Herron St.; vandal., 134 N. Washington St.; reck. drvr., E. Princeton Dr. / Calm Water Cv.; welfare check, E Audie Murphy Pkwy. / FM 547; animal cmpl., 513 Pendleton St.

Sept. 4 – Agency asst., 1203 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; motor. asst., 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; minor acdt., 224 McKinney St.; found property, 134 N. Washington St.; juv. pblm., N. Main St. / Houston St.; firearm cmpl., 703 S. Hwy. 78.

Sept. 5 – civil pblm., 513 Pendleton St.; agency asst., 179 Wooded Creek Dr.; follow up info., 134 N. Washington St.; burg., 865 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; follow up info., 400 Gaddy St.; loose lvst., N. Hwy. 78 / FM 2756; first resp., 205 Beech St.; susp. circ., Murchison St. / Woodard St.; verbal cmpl., 511 Waterford St.; agency asst., E. FM 6 / CR 595; welfare check, 206 Neathery St.; agency asst., 2215 CR 700; agency asst., 1300 CR 1077.

Sept. 6 – first resp., 134 N. Washington St.; aud. alarm, 705 N. Hwy. 78; minor acdt., 604 N. Hwy. 78; aband. veh., 1424 Pecan Creek Dr.; civil pblm., 209 Rolling Hills Ln.; 911 hangup, 214 Neathery St.; dom. dist., 515 Jackson St.; minor acdt., Fm 2194 / CR 654; arrest, 1000 E Princeton Dr.; follow up info., 205 S. Main St.; sec. watch, 200 Hill St.;

Sept. 7 – building check, 815 McKinney St.; major acdt., S. Hwy. 78 / CR 607; susp. veh., 205 Beech St.; dom. dist., 515 Jackson St.; susp. circ., Wilcoxson St. / Farmersville Pkwy.; build. check, 230 McKinney St.

Sept. 8 – build. check, 1705 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; suicide threat, Maple St.; animal cmpl., 718 Maple St.; aud. alarm, 201 S. Hwy. 78; agency asst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Hunt County Line; follow up info., 815 McKinney St.; animal cmpl., 210 Neathery St.; susp. circ., N. Hwy. 78 / W. FM 6; build. check, 201 S. Hwy. 78; agency asst., 201 FM 2194; attempt. suicide, N. Washington St.; susp. circ.,

306 Sherry Ln.

Sept. 9 – sec. watch, 200 Hill St.; aud. alarm, 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; traffic enforcement area, 499 N. Hwy. 78; minor acdt., W. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / CR 557; parking violation, 306 N. Hamilton St.; animal cmpl., 510 Neathery St.; first resp., 408 Sid Nelson St.; agency asst., W. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Caddo Park Rd.

Sept. 10 – sec. watch, 200 Hill St.; dom. dist., 12317 CR 574; agency asst., 714 Orange St.; follow up info., 134 N. Washington St. and found property, 145 S. Main St.

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