Update for Thursday 03/25/2021
These scanner calls occurred between 10:00 pm Tuesday and 10:00 pm Wednesday
A caller stated that a male subject was trying to break into her residence. Deputies responded to the location running code. The caller later stated that the subject was able to get thru the door and was throwing things and was very angry. The caller also reported that the male subject was now outside screaming that the house was flooding and that the subject broke her phone while she was on 911. Deputies arriving on the scene reported that the subject was on a lawnmower outside in front of the residence. The subject was arrested and I did not hear the charge.
There was a report of a brush fire on US281N near Horseman’s Drive. A caller stated that she could see it from the highway. Erath Fire was paged to the location.
SFD was paged to TSU Honeywell Dorm. A caller stated that they had a strong smell of gasoline on the second floor. Fire units reported that there was construction going on nearby and that that could have been the source. Fire units cleared the scene.
Stephenville 11:00 am
There was a report of a major traffic accident at the intersection of Washington Street and Harbin Drive. Officers and EMS were paged to the location and reported a truck with a trailer and a sedan were involved. The roadway was shut down for a time. Extraction was needed for one of the patients and an air ambulance was requested to respond to Clark Field. CareFlite did respond with an 18 minute ETA. EMS did transport the patient to the airport. An officer did report that all the lights at this intersection were flashing red and that this light had been reported not to be working earlier in the day. Two wreckers were called.
There was a report of a minor two-vehicle traffic accident at the intersection of West Lingleville and Ollie Street. No injuries were reported and the roadway was blocked for a short time.
There was a report of road rage. A caller advised a female driver was filming and harassing the caller in the Wal-Mart parking lot. An officer responded.
Officers were paged to the 1400 block of West Long. A caller reported that a male subject was checking out tires on a vehicle and when the subject saw the caller he took off running. An officer responded.
A caller advised that she believed that some had opened her door to a residence. Officers responded to the scene and changed to call type to a possible prowler. Officers responded and could not locate anyone.
You are up to date as of 10:00 pm
I had to power down the scanners due to the cloud to ground lighting near my residence so I did miss a couple of hours of recording.
Thanks for reading!