March 8, 2019
- A caller said “the dog was barking,” and she “noticed someone maybe tried to get in the house” because “the door was open.” An officer responded and determined “the door was possibly not shut all the way and was just open slightly. All okay.”
- A caller from a local retail store “reported a gas drive off that just happened.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “someone used a fake $100 bill last night at” a local retail store. The caller said “she has them on video and recognizes them.” An officer responded and “collected the bill” from the caller.
- A wireless 911 caller asked to “speak to an officer about a problem that could potentially occur while he is away from home.” The caller said “it is not an emergency.” The phone number to the Dallas County Sheriff’s office was provided.
- A wireless 911 caller said “it was an accident” and “that she is at a friend’s apartment,” and “everything is okay.” An officer responded.
- A wireless 911 caller said “he must’ve bumped a button on his phone.” An officer responded.
- A caller reported “suspicious individuals on the pond behind her house.” An officer responded and found “an ice shack on the pond. All appeared to be okay.”
- A caller reported her “upstairs neighbors yelling at their special-needs child.” The caller said she “wants an officer to go out and tell them to calm down.” An officer responded and made contact with the neighbors, who said “they were just having trouble getting their son to help pick up the house. Everything was okay.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.