Farmersville Police Blotter

by | Oct 15, 2015 | Latest

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Farmersville Police Department blotter for Oct. 1 – Oct. 8. Traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

Oct. 1

• build. check, 200 Hill St.

• susp. veh., 1925 CR 648

• theft in progress, 1969 FM 2194

• injured animal, 1003 Maple St.

• dist, 14262 CR 565

• susp. circ., 13953 CR 548

• animal cmpl., 303 N. Hamilton St.

• dom. dist., 507 S. Main St.

Oct. 2

• sec. watch, Willow Lane in Farmersville

• assault, 201 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

• theft, 507 S. Main St.

• agency asst., 2671 CR 696

• follow up info., 212 N. Washington St.

• civic pblm., 807 N. Main St.

• follow up info., 154 S. Main St.

• vandalism just occurred, 134 N. Washington St.

• follow up info., 134 N. Washington St.

• sec. watch, 8499 CR 502

• sec. watch, 217 E. Finley Blvd.

• reck. drvr., McKinney St. / Lee St.

• sec. watch, CR 503 / Scrib Ln.

Oct. 3

• minor hit and run, 303 Woodard St.

• dom. dist., 112 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

• susp. circ., 1887 Eastwood Rd.

• sec. watch, CR 493 / FM 1377

• civil pblm., 134 N. Washington St.

• dom. dist., 300 – 111 S. Hwy. 78

• follow up info., 112 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

• follow up info., 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

• assault just occurred, 1925 CR 648

• susp. circ., 217 Windom St.

• noise dist., 800 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

Oct. 4

• build. check, 201 S. Hwy. 78

• build. check, 604 N. Hwy. 78

Oct. 5

• sec. watch, 200 Hill St.

• follow up info., 400 Merit St.

• welfare check, 217 Candy St.

• susp. veh., E. Mckinney St. / Baker Ln.

• theft, 409 Hill St.

• rd. hazard, 501 N. Hwy. 78

Oct. 6

• sec. watch, 200 Hill St.

• noise dist., 501 Waterford St.

• sus. veh., S. Hwy. 78 / CR 553

• commercial fire alarm, 1807 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

• follow up info., 134 N. Washington St.

• follow up info., 412 McKinney St.

• road rage, E. Princeton Dr. / Twin Groves Park Rd.

• dom. dist., 300 – 111 S. Hwy. 78

• dom. dist., 309 S. Washington St.

Oct. 7

• sec. watch, 200 Hill St.

• first resp., 405 N. Main St.

• tresp., 699 S. Hwy. 78

• ID theft, 134 N. Washington St.

Oct. 8

• sec. watch, 200 Hill St.

• agency asst., E Princeton Dr. / CR 559

• welfare check, S. Hwy. 78 / CR 557

• sec. watch, Willow Lane in Farmersville

• attempted suicide, Pecan Creek Dr.

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