Update for Sunday 11/01/2020

These scanner calls occurred between Saturday and Sunday morning.

County

There was a report of a gas detection alarm on Interstate 20 at Greystone Castle. Erath, Gordon, and Huckabay Fire were paged to the location.

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County

There was a report of a fight at the Bar C Club on East Washington. A caller reported that two females were fighting. Deputies responded to the location and reported that both subjects had separated and left the scene.

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County

There was a report of a one-vehicle traffic accident on US281S near the Hamilton County line. The vehicle had hit a cow. No injuries were reported but the vehicle was in the roadway. Erath and Selden were paged to the location.

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County

A deputy rolled up on a subject that appeared to be sleeping behind the wheel of a vehicle in Lingleville and asked for EMS to respond and cleared the scene with no transport.

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Tarleton

There was a report of a hit and run. A caller reported that they had seen a pickup strike a parked Mustang in the P20 parking lot and leave the scene. An officer responded to the location.

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Stephenville

There was a report of a two-vehicle traffic accident in the 2100 block of West Washington in front of HEB Grocery. Airbags did deploy and the roadway was blocked. EMS on the scene reported that eastbound traffic was blocked. EMS unit 329 did transport one patient to Stephenville ER.



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Stephenville

There was a report of a minor traffic accident in the 2800 block in front of Panda Express. The roadway was not blocked and no injuries were reported. A wrecker was called.

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Stephenville

There was a report of a verbal altercation. Officers responded to the location.

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Stephenville and County

There was a report of several large parties that kept officers and deputies busy most of the night.

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Stephenville

A female subject reported that she was being held against her will in the Wal-Mart Parking lot at 2765 West Washington. Officers responded to the location and cleared the scene. This sounded like a domestic call.

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Stephenville

A caller reported that there was a male subject banging on her back door. The caller did leave the residence and went to a neighbor’s house to call SPD. Officers responded to the location and reported that the subject was very intoxicated and was throwing up. The subject was arrested and I did not hear the charge. EMS was asked to respond and did transport the subject to Stephenville ER.

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Stephenville

Officers performed a traffic stop and arrest a subject for DWI.

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Stephenville

Officers performed a traffic stop and arrest a subject for DWI and unlawful carry of a firearm.

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Stephenville

There was a report of a hit and run traffic accident on Sloan Street. A caller reported that an unknown vehicle struck the side of her parked car.

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Stephenville

A caller reported that there were several intoxicated people in the parking lot of Parkview Apartments on Northwest Loop. An officer responded to the location.



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Stephenville

There was a report of a fight in progress on Harbin Drive. A caller reported that there were about twenty people were involved and that weapons involved. An off duty Hood County officer was on the scene and reported that several subjects were running from him and that a vehicle with California plates had left the scene. Officers responded to the location and asked for EMS to respond for three subjects that were injured. One subject had lacerations to the eye and face with heavy bleeding. EMS did leave the scene with no transport but there were several subjects who went to the ER by personal vehicle with cuts that needed stitches.

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Stephenville 3:00 am

An officer arrested a male subject for public intoxication and resisting arrest.

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