The Orange Leader
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from Nov. 6 - Nov. 11, 2013:
Wednesday, Nov. 6
• Fraud at the 6500 block of Norwood Street in Orange. A person reported unauthorized use of a debit/credit card for several purchases in the Houston area without consent.
• Harassment at the 3000 block of Alice Street in Orange.
• Vicious animal at the 9100 block of Tulane Road in Orange. A witness saw three dogs attack another dog causing it injury.
Thursday, Nov. 7
• Fraud at the 1300 block of Magnolia Street in Vidor. A person reported stolen identity.
• Theft at the 9800 block of Longleaf Road in Orange. A person reported personal property, clothing, jewelry, weapons, and appliances stolen from a residence.
• Threats at the 7300 block of Hwy. 87 in Orange.
Saturday, Nov. 8
• Criminal mischief at the 4100 block of Hwy. 105 in Vidor. A person disabled a vehicle while it was being repossessed.
• Burglary of a habitation at the 200 block of Lisa Drive in Vidor. A person reported $7,800 worth of items were stolen from the residence and a suspect had been recently seen in the area with some of the reported items.
• Assault at the 5100 block of Caribou Drive in Orange.
• Unusual circumstances at the 2100 block of Hwy. 1131 in Vidor. A man was reportedly sitting on the steps and bleeding at a residence. The man was transported to the hospital for treatment. The man refused to identify the persons responsible for assaulting him or where the incident occurred.
Sunday, Nov. 9
• Disturbance at the 4000 block of Windy Lane in Orange.
Monday, Nov. 10
• Disturbance at the 1000 block of Emerald Street in Vidor. A man was arrested for assault family violence.
• Traffic stop near Pine Park Blvd. and Hwy. 87. A man found sleeping in a vehicle was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and unlawfully carrying a weapon.
• Burglary of a building at the 1300 block of Sawmill Street in Vidor.
• Suspicious vehicle near the south service road east of FM 1136 in Orange. A man was arrested for public intoxication.
Source: Orange County Sheriff’s Office