Farmersville Police blotter released

by | Jun 6, 2019 | Latest

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Farmersville Police Department blotter for May 23 – May 30. Calls for traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

May 23

  • 01:49, Motor. asst., 134 N. Washington St.
  • 07:39, Citizen contact, 725 W. Princeton Dr.
  • 09:46, Citizen contact, Farmersville Pkwy. / S. Washington St.
  • 09:55, Docu. purposes, 215 Candy St.
  • 10:16, Down powerline, Private Road 100 / Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 13:28, Animal cmpl., 604 N. Hwy. 78
  • 15:13, Aud. alarm, 138 S. Main St.
  • 15:49, Citizen contact, 134 N. Washington St.
  • 18:07, Veh. theft, 676 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 19:07, Hurt animal, 604 N. Hwy. 78
  • 20:29, Welfare check, 701 N. Hwy. 78
  • 20:45, Susp. person, 209 Windom St.
  • 22:13, Sec. watch, 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 22:52, Prowler, 420 Sherry Ln.
  • 23:21, Susp. person, 605 Orange St.

May 24

  • 00:47, Build. check., 676 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 01:04, Citizen contact, Farmersville Pkwy. / S. Washington St.
  • 02:53, Build. check., 316 N. Main St.
  • 03:15, Build. check., Main / Rr. Trk
  • 11:05, Animal cmpl., 400 Raymond St.
  • 13:42, Veh. theft., 1110 Willow Ln.
  • 15:50, Animal cmpl., 400 S. Johnson St.
  • 18:23, Reck. drvr., 316 N. Main St.
  • 19:58, Sec. watch, 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 20:37, Susp. circ., 606 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 20:59, Citizen contact, 1925 CR 648
  • 21:28, Sec. watch, 501 N. Hwy. 78
  • 22:37, Sec. watch, 704 McKinney St.
  • 23:56, Agency asst., CR 552 / CR 551

May 25

  • 02:22, Build. check., 201 S. Hamilton St.
  • 03:19, Susp. person, 316 N. Main St.
  • 11:05, Animal cmpl., Houston St. / N. Rike St.
  • 11:38, Rd. hazard, McKinney St. / N. Johnson St.
  • 13:14, Cust. dist., 2000 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 18:04, Agency asst., 4228 Tower Cir.
  • 19:49, Build. check., 413 Welch Dr.
  • 20:12, Noise dist., 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 20:43, Citizen contact, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 21:57, Agency asst., 701 W. Princeton Dr.
  • 23:44, Docu. purposes, 314 Rolling Hills Ln.

May 26

  • 00:37, Citizen contact, McKinney St. / N. Johnson St.
  • 00:44, Susp. veh., 770 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 02:41, Arrest, S. Hwy. 78 / Hwy. 205
  • 11:09, First resp., 735 Stallion Dr.
  • 11:10, unattended Death, 309 Farr Hill Ln.
  • 16:28, Agency asst., 630 Lincoln Ave.
  • 20:41, Animal cmpl., 815 McKinney St.
  • 21:11, Fireworks cmpl., 215 Wilcoxson St.
  • 21:21, Fireworks cmpl., Yucca Ln. / Sherry Ln.

May 27

  • 09:17, Animal cmpl., 108 McKinney St.
  • 12:35, Docu. purposes, 100 McKinney St.
  • 14:54, Hit and run minor acdt., 676 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 19:34, Animal cmpl., Hill St. / S. Main St.

May 28

  • 02:42, Build. check., 1807 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 10:46, Arrest, 610 McKinney St.
  • 14:15, Parking viol. , 100 McKinney St.
  • 16:40, Trash, 499 N. Hwy. 78
  • 17:23, Motor. asst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / FM 547
  • 17:48, Reck. drvr., S. Hwy. 78 / W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 18:06, Civil pblm., 128 N. Washington St.
  • 18:30, Docu. purposes, 134 N. Washington St.
  • 20:19, Juvenile pblm., W. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / S. Main St.
  • 21:15, Susp. circ., 409 – 6 S. Hwy. 78
  • 23:10, Loose lvst., CR 653 / E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 23:45, Susp. person, 145 S. Main St.

May 29

  • 00:17, Sec. watch, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 01:57, Rd. hazard, E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Floyd St.
  • 03:39, Sec. watch, 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 04:30, Vandal., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / S. Main St.
  • 06:41, Animal cmpl., 400 N. Main St.
  • 08:58, Animal cmpl., 604 N. Hwy. 78
  • 09:43, Citizen contact, 134 N. Washington St.
  • 10:43, Agency asst., 917 N. Business 78
  • 14:40, Welfare check, 221 S. Washington St.
  • 15:45, Agency asst., 300 S. Hwy. 78
  • 15:48, Agency asst., 2990 CR 568
  • 17:54, Juvenile pblm., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / S. Main St.
  • 18:15, Electrical fire, FM 547 / CR 649
  • 19:21, Aud. alarm, 103 S. Main St.
  • 19:43, Sec. watch, 1100 Willow Ln.
  • 19:54, Suicide threat, address omitted
  • 23:41, Open door, 420 Welch Dr.

May 30

  • 00:07, Susp. person, Baker Ln. / McKinney St.
  • 02:38, Sec. watch, Welch Drive
  • 04:00, Sec. watch, Spain Complex
  • 07:58, Citizen contact, 1009 Gaddy St.
  • 10:46, Sec. watch, 507 N. Washington St.
  • 12:58, Citizen contact, 131 McKinney St.
  • 13:33, Susp. circ., W. Princeton Dr. / Monte Carlo Blvd.
  • 14:12, Docu. purposes, 2000 CR 544
  • 16:09, Citizen contact, 300 S. Hwy. 78
  • 18:58, Sec. watch, S. Main St. / E. Hwy. 380
  • 19:13, follow up invest., 134 N. Washington St.
  • 19:33, Loose lvst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / CR 653
  • 20:55, Citizen contact, 1925 CR 648
  • 21:39, Sec. watch, Willow Ln. / Red Oak Cir.
  • 22:39, Agency asst., 4542 CR 1053

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