Farmersville Police Blotter

by | Sep 24, 2015 | Latest

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Farmersville Police Department blotter for Aug. 27 – Sept. 3. Traffic stops have been omitted.

Aug. 27 – reck. drvr., S. Hwy. 78 / W. Hwy. 380; follow up info., 421 Welch Dr.; civil pblm., 134 N. Washington St. and susp. veh., 224 McKinney St.

Aug. 28 – build. check, 200 Hill St.; theft, 134 N. Washington St.; minor acdt., 1002 S. Main St.; follow up info., 499 N. Hwy. 78; major acdt., N. Hwy. 78 / McKinney St.; follow up info., 134 N. Washington St.; veh. fire, W. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Caddo Park Rd.; minor hit and run, 311 Jouette St.; noise dist., 305 Austin St.

Aug. 29 – agency asst., 13053 CR 1047; civil pblm., 417 Windom St.; susp. circ., 912 Collin Cir.; unknown call for ofcr., 410 Hill St.; follow up info., 815 McKinney St.; customer dist., 865 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; warrant service, 898 N. Hwy. 78; noise dist., 305 Austin St.; juv. cmpl., 201 McKinney St.

Aug. 30 – noise dist., 413 S. Rike St.; susp. veh., CR 648 / South Lake; agency asst., 600 Jefferson Ave.; dist., 205 Beech St.; veh. theft, 302 College St.; animal cmpl., 601 Jackson St.; susp. veh., Baker Ln. / McKinney St.; build. check, 316 N. Main St.; susp. circ., 1055 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

Aug. 31 – sec. watch, 200 Hill St.; build. check, 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; animal cmpl., 512 Pendleton St.; tresp., 815 McKinney St.; 911 hangup, 207 N. Washington St.; reck. drvr., N. Hwy. 78 / CR 614; agency asst., 11043 CR 491; build. check, 413 Welch Dr.; dom. dist., 908 S. Main St.

Sept. 1 – susp. person, 305 Woodard St.; Id theft, 409 S. Hwy. 78; reck. drvr., E Princeton Dr. / Calm Water Cv.; reck. drvr., S. Hwy. 78 / S. Bus. Hwy. 78; susp. circ., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Fm 547; down powerline, Candy St / Lee St.; first resp., 134 N. Washington St.; sec. watch, 200 Hill St.; follow up info., 134 N. Washington St.; build. check, 223 McKinney St.; dist., 206 Woodard St.; build. check, 604 N. Hwy. 78; agency asst., 105 W. Hubbard St.

Sept. 2 – sec. watch, 200 Hill St.; susp. veh., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Floyd St.; ID theft, 215 Maple St.; locked veh., 1009 Gaddy St.; animal cmpl., 513 Pendleton St.; susp. circ., 302 Woodard St.; follow up info., 303 Woodard St.; minor acdt., 1705 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; animal cruelty, 202 N. Rike St.; animal cmpl., 513 Pendleton St.

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.

 

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