Orange County Sheriff’s Office Beat Feb. 16 – Feb. 22, 2016

Published 11:07 am Wednesday, March 9, 2016

From staff reports


The Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from Feb. 16 – Feb. 22, 2016:


Tuesday, Feb. 16

  • Theft at the 1 block of Stradford in Orange.
  • Vicious animal at the 7800 block of Oleander Road in Orange.
  • Assault at the 8700 block of Arledge Road in Orange.
  • Threats at 3300 block of Farm to Market Road 1131 in Vidor.


Wednesday, Feb. 17

  • Traffic stop near North Main and Camp Street in Vidor. A woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.
  • Shooting at the 200 block of Sharon Lane in Vidor.


Thursday, Feb. 18

  • Stolen vehicle at the 3600 block of 1st Ave. in Orange.
  • Theft at the 7600 block of State Hwy. 87 in Orange.
  • Disturbance at the 8300 block of Hwy. 12 in Vidor.


Friday, Feb. 19

  • Stolen vehicle at the 3000 block of Call Street in Vidor.


Saturday, Feb. 20

  • Runaway at the 100 block of Patillo Road in Bridge City.
  • Burglary at the 2400 block of Carolyn Drive in Orange.
  • Theft at the 3900 block of Barnhill Road in Pine Forest.


Sunday, Feb. 21

  • Criminal mischief at an undisclosed location on Dennis Street in Orange. A silver and white car was reported as hitting mailboxes with a baseball bat.
  • Theft at the 4600 block of Gilbert Drive in Orange.
  • Indecency with a child was reported in the Orange area.


Monday, Feb. 22

  • Assault at the 1300 block of Bahama Drive in Vidor.
  • Assault of a child in the Bridge City area.
  • Suspicious circumstances at the 10000 block of Farm to Market Road 105 in Orange.
  • Theft at the 1 block of Oaks Ranch Road in Vidor.
  • Theft at the 900 block of Texas Ave. in Bridge City.
  • Disturbance at the 18600 block of State Hwy. 62 in Orange.
  • Interfere with an emergency call, assault at the 300 block of Greathouse in Vidor. A male was transported to the hospital for injuries. A female was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a family member, a first degree felony.


SOURCE: Orange County Sheriff’s Office