Farmersville Police Blotter released

by | Aug 15, 2019 | Latest

The Farmersville Police Blotter has been released for this week. (File art)

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Farmersville Police Department blotter for Aug. 2-8. Calls for security watches, building checks, school resource officer checks, audible alarms, road hazards, parking violations, agency assists, motorist assists, abandoned vehicles, traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

Aug. 2

  • 12:33:19 Am – Deliv. Emerg. Msg. – 503 Jackson St.
  • 8:47:04 Am – Animal Comp. – 308 College St.
  • 10:38:43 Am – Animal Comp. – 303 Central St.
  • 1:28:36 Pm – Fraud – 709 N. Washington St.
  • 3:23:20 Pm – Minor Acdt. – 400 Merit St.
  • 5:26:31 Pm – Att. Suicide – Address Omitted

 

Aug. 3

  • 1:55:43 Am – K9 Open Air Search – 400 Hwy. 78
  • 2:13:35 Am – Arrest – 205 Pendleton St.
  • 1:01:05 Pm – Civil Pblm. – 107 N. Hamilton St.
  • 8:34:37 Pm – Arrest – Pendleton St. / Jouette St.
  • 8:39:54 Pm – Veh. Dist. – 704 Walnut St.

 

Aug. 4

  • 9:17:09 Am – Veh. Dist. – Welch Dr. / Farmersville Pkwy.
  • 10:07:22 Am – Dist. – 601 Jackson St.
  • 10:41:49 Am – Susp. Person. – 119 College St.

 

Aug. 5

  • 4:43:54 Am – Susp. Circum. – 110 – 9 Baker Ln.
  • 9:28:33 Am – Suicide threat – Address Omitted
  • 9:27:44 Pm – Loose Lvst. – E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. /

   CR 653

 

Aug. 6

  • 7:40:28 Am – Susp. Person – Farmersville Pkwy. /
  1. Main St.
  • 2:33:07 Pm – Welfare Check – 105 N. Johnson St.
  • 8:48:19 Pm – Susp. Circum. – N. Rike St. / Houston St.
  • 10:25:33 Pm – Dom. Dist. – 412 N. Hamilton St.

 

Aug. 7

  • 6:36:38 Am – Welfare Check – 117 Mckinney St.
  • 7:45:28 Am – Subject Passed Out – 133 Mckinney St.
  • 4:37:23 Pm – Dom. Dist. – 611 Robbyns Nest
  • 6:32:15 Pm – Dwi – 604 N. Hwy. 78
  • 9:31:19 Pm – Veh. Dist. – 704 Mckinney St.

 

Aug. 8

  • 2:12:56 Am – Arrest – 704 Mckinney St.
  • 7:11:34 Am – Loose Lvst. – E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. /

   Fm 547

  • 10:09:42 Am – Abnd. Veh. – N Hwy. 78 / Business 78
  • 2:10:17 Pm – Susp. Person – 145 S. Main St.
  • 3:06:43 Pm – Fraud – 101 Candy St.
  • 6:01:52 Pm – Loose Lvst. – E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. /

   CR 653

  • 6:05:00 Pm – Loose Lvst. – Audie Murphy Pkwy. /

   East St.

  • 6:38:22 Pm – Loose Lvst. – E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. /

   FM 547

  • 7:19:19 Pm – Tresp. – 701 2b S Hwy. 78
  • 7:28:44 Pm – Loose Lvst. – E. Audie Murphy Pkwy. /

   FM 547

  • 9:05:07 Pm – Dom. Dist – 818 CR 698
  • 9:32:40 Pm – Veh. Dist. – S. Main St. / Santa Fe St.
  • 9:58:19 Pm – Susp. Circum. – 604 N. Hwy. 78
  • 10:39:10 Pm – Loose Lvst. – CR 653 / E. Audie

   Murphy Pkwy.

  • 11:28:24 Pm – Minor Acdt. – 770 W. Audie

   Murphy Pkwy.

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