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                                                                                STOLEN TRAILER

On June 26th, 2014 the Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division initiated an investigation

into a theft of a low boy trailer with several tools off it from a construction site near the Indian Hills #2 sub-division.

If you know who may have committed this crime or know anyone who can identify the suspect(s ) call

Detective Christian Schanmier with Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division at

936-329-9029 or call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and

may collect a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

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                                                                                                         HELP NEEDED

Over the course of the last month, the Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division initiated an investigation into several burglaries of the storage units

located on FM 3126. Lawn equipment, fishing poles and tackle as well as other miscellaneous items were stolen from these storage units.  

If you know who may have committed this crime or can identify the suspect(s ) call Detective Christian Schanmier with Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division at 936-329-9029 or call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

 

                                                                                            BUSINESS BURGLARY

On April 13 th , 2014 the Livingston Police Department responded to a burglary of a business, Texas Department of Health, located at 410 E Church Street (Hwy 190 E.). Upon officers arrival it was found that forcible entry was made into the business by prying open a back door. During the investigation a undisclosed amount of items were found missing from the business and the suspect(s) caused damage to both the inside and exterior of the business resulting in criminal mischief.

On April 13 th and 14 th , 2014 the Livingston Police Department also responded to burglaries at Glass & More and The Livingston I.S.D. Distribution Center located in the 1600 and 1700 block of South Houston Ave. (Hwy 146 S.) After further investigation it was determined that forcible entry was made into the business by using some type of prying instrument. During the investigation it was found that a undisclosed of merchandise was taken from the businesses and the suspect(s) caused criminal mischief to both buildings. The business burglaries are all under investigation and evidence collected at the crime scenes are being processed.

If you have any information on this crime call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP or The Livingston Police Department @ 936-327-3117.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION

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Today March 28, 2014 at approximately 12:00p.m., a Burglary of a Habitation occurred in 2000 Block of HWY 146 South. Video surveillance recorded a white male wearing light colored shorts, white shirt, white shoes and a dark colored Texas A&M ball cap. The subject photographed is a person of interest in several burglaries in the area of Hwy 146 South.

If you have any information on this crime call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP or Livingston Police Department at 936-327-3117. Callers will remain anonymous and may be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 if the information provided leads to an arrest or grand jury indictment of a felony offender.

Lt. Matt Parrish
Livingston Police Department
208 W Church
Livingston, TX. 77351
936/327-3117 office
936/327-8476 fax
livpdlt@livingston.net

 

 

 

   CAR BURGLARERS IN LIVINGSTON                               

The Livingston Police Department is investigating several Car Burglaries which have occurred in different subdivisions

in Livingston. If you know the subject in the photographs please contact Detective Marty Drake

at Livingston Police Department.

 

If you have any information on this case you are urged to contact Livingston Police Department 936-327-3117

or 936-327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward.

 

                                                                   STALKER  SUBJECT APPREHENDED SOUGHT           

 

February 10, 2014 in reference to allegations of Stalking. An investigation was conducted and it was found that Tyler Jamison Castle has been harassing a female who had broken up with him in January of 2014. Castle makes continuous phone calls not only to her but her family also. Castle sends messages over facebook and email threatening to harm himself and her loved ones if she does not make contact with him. This has been ongoing for over a month. Sheriff Hammack stated Stalking is a very serious crime that should not be taken lightly. The law was recently changed making stalking a third degree felony.

Sheriff Hammack advised Tyler Jamison Castle has an outstanding warrant for Stalking if you see this person please call Polk County Crime Stoppers at 936-327-7867 or the Polk County Sheriff's Office.

 

 

                                                                                                   CREDIT CARD ABUSE

The Livingston Police Department is investigating a Credit Card abuse which occurred at Wal-Mart located in Livingston . If you know the subject in the photographs please contact Detective Marty Drake at Livingston Police Department. LPD Case # 140100571

 

If you have any information on this case you are urged to contact Livingston Police Department 936-327-3117 or 936-327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward.

 

 

Detective Marty Drake
Livingston Police Department
208 West Church Street
Livingston , Texas 77351
Office: (936)327-3117
Cell: (936)200-2250
Fax: (936)327-8476

  

                                                                                          BURGLARY OF A BUILDING

 

On January 14, 2014 the Polk County Sheriff's Office initiated an
investigation into a burglary of a building located off of Sundance Road
near Mangum Road in Blanchard.

During the commission of the crime the suspect forced entry into an
attached garage and took a weed-eater, gas can, blower, and other
miscellaneous items.

The crime was caught on video and appeared to have taken place in the
early morning hours of the 14th day of January.

If you recognize the person in the picture attached you are urged to
contact Detective Christopher Lima at 936-329-9027 or you may also call
Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where you can always remain anonymous and
may collect a cash reward.

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

 

 

 

                                                                                       DISASTER RELIEF TRAILER STOLEN
On December and the 29th, 2013, the Polk County Sheriff's Office initiated an investigation into a theft of a disaster relief trailer from the Pine Forest Baptist Church. The trailer contained several power tools and miscellaneous landscaping equipment.

If you know who may have committed this crime or can identify the suspect(s ) call Detective Christian Schanmier with Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division at 936-329-9029 or call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

                                                                        CORRIGAN AREA  B URGLARY

On January 10, 2014 the Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division initiated an investigation into a burglary of a building.
The crime is believed to have been committed between January 9th, 2014 at 530pm and January 10th, 2014 at 530pm.
During the commission of the crime the suspect or suspects forced entry into a landowners locked gate on property just south of the Corrigan city limits. Items taken include a 2002 Kubota tractor, orange in color, model #L4610GST, 46 horse power, with attached front end loader and box blade.
Anyone with information that could aid investigators in locating a suspect or suspects or the stolen property are urged to call the Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division at 936-327-6810 or Polk County Crimestoppers at 936-327-STOP.
Any information leading to the arrest of suspects or recovery of the property may result in a cash reward and you can remain anonymous.

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

 

SOLICITATION BY FRAUD

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is conducting an investigation concerning anyone that has solicited funds or contributions concerning the death and or funeral expenses for an infant, Danny Alan Davidson Jr. The family may have contacted families, churches, businesses or civic organizations to give monies to help with final expenses in the Livingston or Cleveland area. If you have any information concerning this investigation, please contact Lt. Craig Finegan at 936-327-6810 or call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP. You may receive a reward for information that will lead in the arrest or Grand Jury Indictment of individuals in this scam.




Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

ARMED ROBERY

On 12/16/2013 at approximately 10:45 PM, a lone male entered the Airport Quick Stop located at the intersection of FM 350 South and FM 3126. The male suspect displayed a handgun and demanded that the clerk give him money.

After stealing an undisclosed amount of cash, the male left on foot and ran towards FM 3126. If you have any information on this crime please call the Polk County Criminal Investigations Division at 936-327-6810 or Crime Stoppers at 936-327-7869. Remember your call to Crime Stoppers will remain anonymous and you may receive a reward leading to the arrest or Grand Jury Indictment of the person or persons involved in this crime.

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

BIRD ROAD AND HWY 146 MULTIPLE THEFTS


On November 25, 2013 the Polk County Sheriffs Office Criminal Investigation Division launched an investigation into a felony theft!

The theft comes a third time in a week and occurred in the area of Bird Road and State Highway 146.

During the commission of the crime the suspect(s) targeted fiber optic cable attached to utilities poles along 146 which resulted in a substantial loss to the victim!

Times in which the crimes were committed vary from 7:00am this morning and later during the night on the prior two occasions!

The Polk County Sheriffs Office is asking anyone who may have seen a vehicle in that area, anything out of the ordinary, or may have information which would aid investigators to the suspect or suspects to contact Detective Christopher Lima at 936-329-9027 or Polk County Crime Stoppers at 327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward!


Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 


CORRIGAN AREA RANCE THEFT

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the burglary of a ranch barn located in the Corrigan area. On the night of November 18th , or early morning hours of November 19th unknown suspect (s) cut the lock off the front gate of the ranch, drove to the barn, and broke into a storage container. The suspect (s) took assorted power tools and a rod and reel. The suspect (s) also used the ranch owner’s RTV to transport the stolen property. If anyone has information concerning this case please call Detective Richard Delaney at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, 936-327-6810, or Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP.


Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net


                                                        THIEVES CAUGHT IN THE ACT


On the afternoon of Wednesday, November 6, 2013, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office was able to clear up the theft of three flatbed trailers and one four wheeler due to quick action taken by a homeowner who caught two thieves in the act of taking his flatbed trailer. Deputies responded to the 4900 block of S.H. 59 North in reference to a theft in progress. The homeowners arrived home from shopping and found two subjects had hooked up their flatbed trailer to a pickup truck and backed it up to a shed. The trailer had the ramps down where it was apparent the thieves were going to load up a four wheeler.

The responding deputies and Detectives placed the two subjects under arrest and while conducting the investigation were able to connect the thieves to a trailer and four wheeler theft reported on November 5, 2013, and a trailer theft on October 3, 2013. All of the thefts were at residences along S.H. 59.

The Sheriff’s Office arrested Johnnie Lee Frazier, 60 of Houston, Tx. Frazier was charged with one count of felony theft. Also arrested was Dan Thomas, 54 of Houston. Thomas was charged with 1 count of Felony Theft, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, and Possession of Controlled Substance.

Detectives with the Sheriff’s Office are continuing the investigation and expect to file more felony charges on both suspects and possibly recover more stolen property.

Sheriff Kenneth Hammack requests that citizens always be aware of suspicious activity going on around their homes and the homes of their neighbors, especially during the upcoming holiday season. If something doesn’t look right please immediately call 911 to report the activity.


Richard Delaney


Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

 

                                                                                                              DIESEL THEFT

The Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division is investigating a felony theft which occurred off of Kate Lowe Road in > Livingston, Texas. Sometime between August 15, 2013 and August 19, 2013 approximately 800 gallons of diesel was taken from a tank located on private property. The Polk County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with information which may lead to the development of suspect(s) in this case to contact > Detective Christopher Lima at 936-329-9027 or call Polk County Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP were you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward.

                                                                                                               BURGLARY

The Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division seeking help from the public in developing a suspect(s) involved in a burglary of a habitation which occurred off of West Village Cove Loop in the Lake Livingston Estates Subdivision on August 15, 2013. Sometime during the night or early morning hours the suspect(s) forced entry into an attached garage area of a residence and retrieved a Keltec 9mm Pistol and Garmin GPS system out of a vehicle parked in the garage. The Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with any information which would aid investigators in developing a suspect in this case or locating the property to contact Detective Christopher Lima at 936-329-9027 or Polk County Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward.

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

The follow-up investigation of a residential burglary in the Wilson Lake Estates subdivision last week in which five suspects were arrested and several stolen guns recovered has led to the arrest of two additional suspects for burglary of a habitation and the recovery of another gun.

 

Detectives arrested Michael David Owens, 32, of Big Sandy for a residential burglary off Nettles Cemetery Rd. Detectives also charged Adam Horn, 22, of Indian Springs with the same burglary. Mr. Horn was still in the Polk County Jail after being arrested last week on the Wilson Lake Estates burglary.

 

Detectives also arrested Richard Eugene Woodard, 18, of Indian Springs for the burglary of a residence in Indian Springs. Charges of Burglary of a Building are also pending against Mr. Woodard for the burglary of the J&C Super Club in Indian Springs.

 

Detectives with the Polk County Sheriff's Office continue to follow-up on several other burglaries in the Indian Springs and Big Sandy area and expect to make more arrests.

 

 

 

Richard Delaney

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

 

BATTERY THEFTS CONTINUE

On August 12, 2013 the Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division initiated an investigation into a felony theft
which occurred just off of Highway 59 at a business near Goodrich.

During commission of the offense the suspect(s) gained entry into the property through a side perimeter fence and took several heavy duty
batteries off of equipment parked on the lot resulting in a substantial loss to the business.

The Polk County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with any information 
on the above theft or previous battery thefts which have occurred
locally (Goodrich Bus Barn & Livingston I.S.D. Bus Barn) to contact
Detective Christopher Lima at
936-329-9027 or Polk County Crime Stoppers
at 936-327-STOP where you can always remain anonymous and may collect a
cash reward

 

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

 

 

Press Release
CITIZENS HELPING NEIGHBORS


On Monday afternoon the 5th of August an alert citizen in the Wilson Lake Estates Subdivision spotted a suspicious vehicle parked in the roadway adjacent to his neighbors’ home. The hood was up on the vehicle and no one was around. Knowing his neighbor was at work and there had been a rash of thefts and burglaries in the area, he approached the vehicle and observed a W/F and W/M walk up carrying arm loads of rifles and shotguns. The suspects jumped in the vehicle and fled down Wilson Lake Estates Rd. The witness then observed a third suspect fleeing on foot from the front yard area of the residence. The witness was able to give responding Deputies the license number of the suspect vehicle and after several hours of searching the Indian Springs area all three burglary suspects and their vehicle were located. At the time of this press release it appears that all of the stolen property was recovered. A total of 11 rifles and shotguns were recovered along with a large amount of ammunition. A fourth subject was also arrested for Felon in Possession of a Firearm. During the sweep of Indian Springs another subject was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant. Due to the quick action of the concerned neighbor Sheriff’s Office Investigators are in the process of clearing several property related crimes in and around the Indian Springs area.

Richard Gagnon Jr., Katrina Robin Barnes, and Adam Scott Horn all from Indian Springs were arrested and charged with Burglary of a Habitation. Phillip Joseph Farrell of Indian Springs was arrested and charged with Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Timothy Allen Smith of Indian Springs was arrested on an outstanding Felony Theft warrant. All five subjects were booked into the Polk County Jail. As the investigation continues further criminal charges could be filed.


Detective Richard Delaney



 

 

 

                                                                                          Onalaska Police Seeking Public's Help

We are working several Burglaries and Thefts in the Impala Woods Subdivision these have taken place and are still taking place since May of this year.  Also we are looking for information in a theft that happened at Onalaska Equipment rental, on 07-15-2013. They stole a trailer, riding lawn mowers, pressure washers and generator.

Any information should be forwarded to Captain John Maddox or Chief Ron Gilbert at the Onalaska Police Department. Contact numbers

are 936-646-5676 or 936-646-5376.

 

LIME GREEN ATV STOLEN


On July 19, 2013 the Polk County Sheriff's Office initiated an
investigation into a felony theft of an all terrain vehicle (4-wheeler)
from a residence located in the Goodrich, Texas area.

During the commission of the crime the suspect(s) took a lime green
colored, Kawasaki 400 ATV, which was parked behind a residence located
off of FM 2969.

The Polk County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with any information
which would aid investigators in recovering the property or developing a
suspect or suspects in this case to contact Detective Christopher Lima
at 936-329-9027 or call Polk County Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where
you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward.
Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net

CHEVROLET 20" WHEELS A HOT ITEM!!!


Over the course of the last two weeks, Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division initiated an investigation into the theft of stock rims and tires from Chevrolet Silverado trucks. The actor(s) are believed to be targeting the stock 20 inch rims. There has been more than one victim and the locations are spread out around the county.

If you or anyone you know who may have committed this crime or anyone who can identify the suspect(s ) call Detective Christian Schanmier with Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division at 936-329-9029 or call

Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP

where you can remain anonymous and may collect a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.

 

ESCAPEE'S RV PARK FELONY THEFT

    On June 19, 2013 the Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division initiated an investigation into a felony theft that occurred at
the Escapee's RV Park. During the course of the investigation it was learned by Detective's
that several of the items taken during the theft had been pawned at
local pawn shops.

Detective's recovered over $6,000 dollars of the stolen merchandise which as since been released back to the owner.

The two suspects, Daycee Ann Ryder, W/F, and Michael Lynn McClelland, W/M, both who have connections in the Livingston area have two
outstanding felony warrants out of Polk County for there involvement in the theft.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of either Daycee or Michael you are urged to contact Detective Christopher Lima at
936-329-9027 or you can call Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP where you may collect a cash reward!

Sgt. Phillip Waller
Polk County Criminal Investigation Division
1733 N. Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351
936-329-9040
pwaller@polkcountyso.net