Mineola police reports for the past week included:
Oct. 4 - At 5:25 p.m. a parent reported their student heard about a conversation involving a student making a threat at the high school. Investigators started the investigation immediately and found the comments were taken out of context and passed through several students. It was determined that no offense was committed.
Oct. 3 – At 8:48 a.m. Mineola officers assisted the Grand Saline Police Department with a hit and run and stopped and 18-wheeler in the Walmart parking lot to hold for the other department’s officer to investigate.
There was a report at 12:29 p.m. of an 18-wheeler that was unable to maintain a single lane on West Broad Street. The officer stopped the driver and found that everything was okay.
Police arrested Gilberto Sanchez, Jr., 34, Mineola on an assault warrant out of Georgetown when officers were called to a disturbance on North Newsom Street that turned out to only be an argument between Sanchez and a woman.
Oct. 2 – Personnel at Rent-A-Center reported someone would not return property. The officer spoke with them and they agreed to take the items back.
Officers were dispatched the Meadowbrook Drive just after 7 p.m. on a report of a disturbance with a teenager becoming aggressive. Officers talked with him and were able to calm him down.
An assault was reported on North Newsom Street. A man threw a set of keys at a woman and hit her.
Oct. 1 – A disturbance was reported on Evans Street. A woman said her husband hit her.
There was a complaint about loud music on South Street at 4:22 p.m. After an officer spoke with person involved the music was turned down.
Sept. 30 – Police arrested Christopher Brant Osbourn, 34, Mineola, for public intoxication after officers received a disturbance report at Gateway Lanes at 12:37 a.m. When officers arrived two men were about to fight and one of them was Osbourn, who police said was drunk.
A resident found two small children walking in the street at Cage and North Pacific at 10:24 a.m. It was noted the children live on Cage Street and had unlocked the door to get out while parent was asleep. Child Protective Services was contacted.
A man reported his weedeater was taken from his storage building on Wren Street.
A man on English street reported his 2003 gold-colored GMC Sierra was stolen. The keys had been left in the vehicle overnight.
Sept. 29 – At 12:49 a.m. a disturbance was reported at Wood Memorial Senior Center in reference to a resident. Everything was okay when the officer arrived.
Lorenzo Thompson, III, 40, Mineola turned himself in at the police department on a warrant for sexual assault stemming from a report in May and subsequent investigation involving a woman who was visiting his residence.
A forgery was reported when someone altered a notary public on a document and presented it to Wood Memorial Senior Center for a durable power of attorney on a resident. The matter is under investigation.
Police arrested Jacob Neil Davis, 19, Mineola on a class C theft warrant at his residence on University Street.
Sept. 28 – A bicycle that was left outside one of the Methodist Church buildings for a couple of days was taken to the police department.
A criminal trespass warning was issued to a family member of a resident at Wood Memorial Senior Center.
Police arrested Michael Allen Padgett, 28, Lindale, for possession of a controlled substance under one gram after a traffic stop on West Broad Street for a defective tail light.