Farmersville Police Blotter released

by | Jul 18, 2019 | Latest

Farmersville PD has released its weekly police blotter. (File photo)

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Farmersville Police Department blotter for July 4 – July 11. Calls for traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

July 4

  • 00:06, Arrest, 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 03:49, Susp. veh., 707 McKinney St.
  • 08:02, Build. check, 223 McKinney St.
  • 08:24, Civil pblm., 134 N. Washington St.
  • 10:40, Citizen contact, 300 S. Hwy. 78
  • 10:57, Docu. purposes, 406 Maple St.
  • 11:28, Loose lvst., 2655 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 11:53, Animal cmpl., 406 McKinney St.
  • 13:21, Animal cmpl., Pendleton St. / N. Washington St.
  • 16:14, Sec. watch, 511 N. Washington St.
  • 16:54, Major acdt., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Hunt County Line
  • 19:01, Special event, 1925 CR 648
  • 19:11, Agency asst., 1969 FM 2194
  • 19:43, Special event, 1925 CR 648
  • 21:02, Noise dist., 400 S. Washington St.
  • 22:11, Asslt. just occurred, 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 22:28, Noise dist., 400 S. Washington St.
  • 23:14, Rd. hazard, FM 2194 / Main St.

July 5

  • 02:33, Dom. dist., 3395 CR 1055
  • 08:28, Citizen contact, 400 Raymond St.
  • 10:19, Sec. watch, 511 N. Washington St.
  • 10:51, Loose lvst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / CR 653
  • 10:52, Juv. pblm., 676 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 12:07, Susp. circ., 134 N. Washington St.
  • 13:57, Citizen contact, 316 N. Main St.
  • 15:55, Agency asst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / CR 697
  • 18:46, Agency asst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / FM 547
  • 19:40, Agency asst., 1705 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 19:40, Burg., 211 Houston St.
  • 20:11, Arrest, Windom St. / Maple St.
  • 20:17, Found prop., 134 N. Washington St.
  • 20:59, Susp. circ., 407 Beech St.

July 6

  • 01:08, Sec. watch, 200 Hill St.
  • 01:12, Agency asst., 5220 CR 660
  • 01:57, Structure fire, 2000 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 06:42, Citizen contact, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 09:02, Citizen contact, 409 S. Hwy. 78
  • 11:01, Sec. watch, 511 N. Washington St.
  • 12:51, Harass., 607 Windom St.
  • 13:01, Minor acdt., 1705 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 13:49, Docu. purposes, 134 N. Washington St.
  • 14:42, First resp., 499 N. Hwy. 78
  • 21:25, Follow up invest., 134 N. Washington St.

July 7

  • 03:38, Agency asst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / FM 547
  • 12:34, Susp. person, 122 College St.
  • 14:04, Dist., 105 E. Princeton Dr.
  • 19:05, Motor. asst., W. Audie Murphy Pkw.y / CR 607
  • 21:33, Agency asst., 9010 CR 623
  • 22:40, Citizen contact, 1344 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

July 8

  • 00:19, Sec. watch, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 01:36, Build. check, Welch Drive
  • 02:45, Sec. watch, 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 08:10, Down powerline, 508 Summit St.
  • 08:44, Docu. purposes, 134 N. Washington St.
  • 12:17, Harass. report, 114 College St.
  • 13:21, Animal cmpl., 200 Herron St.
  • 15:10, Loose lvst., 2655 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 18:12, Fraud report, 100 Island Way
  • 19:22, Rd. hazard, E. Hwy. 380 / CR 699
  • 19:42, Rd. hazard, Old McKinney Rd. / N. Hwy. 78
  • 22:39, Susp. person, 206 N. Main St.

July 9

  • 00:19, Aud. alarm, 410 Summit St.
  • 00:24, Agency asst., 3395 CR 1055
  • 02:07, Sec. watch, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 02:17, Arrest, 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 07:49, Sec. watch, 511 N. Washington St.
  • 12:00, Loose lvst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / FM 547
  • 15:01, Arrest, W. Audie Murphy Pkw.y / CR 607
  • 17:11, Animal cmpl., 400 Raymond St.
  • 18:14, Missing person, 770 W. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 18:56, Agency asst., 407 Sherry Ln.
  • 21:50, Citizen contact, 134 N. Washington St.

July 10

  • 01:11, Sec. watch, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 02:26, Sec. watch, Welch Drive
  • 03:39, Susp. circ., 815 McKinney St.
  • 06:27, Agency asst., FM 547 / Papaw Rd.
  • 19:23, Civil pblm., 407 Beech St.
  • 19:50, Motor. asst., 201 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.
  • 21:53, Agency asst., 111 Scenic Point Cir.
  • 22:53, Sec. watch, 1100 Willow Ln.

July 11

  • 00:01, Dom. dist., 412 McKinney St.
  • 02:28, Sec. watch, CR 648 / South Lake
  • 04:22, Sec. watch, 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 07:47, Citizen contact, 210 S. Main St.
  • 09:01, Loose lvst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Hunt County Line
  • 09:43, Animal cmpl., Sycamore St. / N. Washington St.
  • 10:33, Susp. circ., 409 – 6 S. Hwy. 78
  • 12:37, Sec. watch, 511 N. Washington St.
  • 13:21, Citizen contact, 134 N. Washington St.
  • 13:47, Susp. circ., 711 Pecan Creek Ct.
  • 15:48, Minor acdt., W. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / Welch Dr.
  • 16:24, Loose lvst., E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. / CR 697
  • 17:05, Civil pblm., 214 N. Hamilton St.
  • 20:28, Sec. watch, 1906 Princeton Ave.
  • 22:23, Build. check, 421 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.

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