Friday, March 10, 2017
Reported Bullying; Battery 3rd Degree
1:45 p.m. Deputy Mc Bride was dispatched to Wadley Regional Medical Center in Hope in reference to an incident that happened at the Blevins School. Upon arrival, he spoke with a 12-year-old female victim and her mother.
The girl stated that she was playing basketball during recess when a 13-year-old male pushed her down. She said someone with the 13-year-old male kicked her in the right side of her head while she was on the ground.
The girl reported that the boy has bullied her since the first of the school year and that every time they go to P.E. or recess, the boy hits her or attempts to throw a ball at her as hard as he can.
The victim’s left knee and right side of her hip had abrasions.
The girl’s mother stated that they spoke with the teachers and principle and wanted to report this incident to the Sheriff’s Office.
The matter will be turned over to Juvenile authorities.
Saturday, March 11, 2017
12:16 a.m. Deputy Malone was dispatched to 474 Hempstead 142 in reference to a domestic disturbance.
Upon arrival, Malone made contact with a 42-year-old female who told him her ex-boyfriend came to her residence that night and beat on her front door. She stated he beat on her door and yelled her name in an attempt to get her to let him inside. The woman told Deputy Malone that she kicked him out of her house for beating her.
The woman reported that the last time she heard her ex-boyfriend beating on the door was approximately 20 minutes before deputies arrived. She told deputies he was probably hiding out in the woods somewhere around her residence.
Deputies searched around the property but were unable to locate the suspect. They then went to the victim’s previous residence and searched that property as well but did not locate the suspect.
Breaking and Entering
12:37 a.m. Deputy Tuberville was dispatched to 107 West Clary Street in Emmet in reference to a Breaking and Entering call.
When he arrived, deputy Tuberville made contact with a 29-year-old female who reported she was asleep in the living room when she heard a noise coming from the laundry room. She said she sat up on the couch and heard the back door to her residence slam shut. The woman stated the heat lamp over her chickens on the back porch was swinging like someone hit it. The woman also told deputies that the damage on her back door was not there previously.
Deputies Malone and Tuberville checked the property but did not locate anyone.
1:48 a.m. The deputies were dispatched back to residence at 107 West Clary Street at in reference to someone tapping on the woman’s kitchen window.
Deputies Malone and Tuberville went back to the residence checked the property again but, again, found no one.The deputies told the woman they would increase patrols in the area.
Commercial Burglary Investigation
1:40 p.m. Deputy Bush was dispatched to the Southside Church of Christ at 2065 Highway 355 South in reference to a commercial burglary.
When Bush arrived, he made contact with a member of the church who told him another member found the church was broken into and informed him.
The man stated that whoever broke in to the church forced in the front door, took the communion supplies, went upstairs to the room farthest to the south on the second floor and ate them. He reported they also defecated in the restroom before they left.
The incident is under investigation by HCSO.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
3:30 a.m. Deputies were dispatched to 146 Hempstead 23 Lot 11 in reference to a suspicious person. Upon arrival, one of the deputies spoke with the 38-year-old female caller who reported she saw someone with a flashlight near the shed. She said she then called 911 to make a report of the incident.
The woman stated that while waiting on the deputies to arrive, she saw a white Ford extended cab pickup drive by very slowly on Hempstead 23.
Deputies were unable to locate anyone.
Breaking and Entering
3:09 p.m. Deputy Malone was dispatched to 3264 Highway 355 South in reference to a breaking and entering.
Upon arrival, Deputy Malone made contact with the caller who told him someone broke into his storage building located there on his father’s land. The man reported someone stole a brown 10’x6′ foot tarp with built in rings which he said was worth $30. He told Deputy Malone that the tarp was the only thing taken as far as he could tell.
Entry was made through a window on the back side of the storage building. Deputies observed a window screen on the ground.
After telling deputies that he talked to his father and did not want to file charges, the man refused to provide any further information.
Physical Domestic Disturbance Blevins results in arrest
3:34 p.m. Deputy Tuberville was dispatched to 5079 Highway 29 North in Blevins in reference to a Physical Domestic Disturbance call. After Tuberville arrived on scene, he did warrant checks on everyone involved.
As a result, Mayani Baza was arrested for an outstanding warrant in Hempstead County and charged with Battery, 3rd Degree for his involvement in the fight.
Three others were also charged with Battery 3rd Degree as a result of the fight. Maria Cantu, Marissa Delarosa and Pedro Capetillo all were charged and given a court date of April 3.
Baza was transported to the Hemsptead County Detention Center.
7:41 p.m. Deputies responded to 108 Hempstead 155 in reference to a Terroristic Threatening call. Dispatch advised the responding deputies that a 35-year-old male called and stated he needed a deputy to respond to the address before he got there. A dispatcher told deputies that the man stated that if they did not get to the residence before him there was going to be a mass murder. The caller then became very irate with dispatcher.
When deputies arrived, they made contact with the caller’s wife who told them her husband had not been at the residence since noon that day. She said her husband took too much of his medication and then started drinking alcohol. The woman told the deputies her husband was living somewhere around the Caney Creek area. She stated that she and her kids were fine and had not heard from her husband since he left at noon.
Deputies searched the area but did not locate the husband.
The incident is under investigation by the Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office.