Orange County Sheriff’s Office Beat February 24 – March 1, 2020

Published 2:08 am Saturday, March 7, 2020

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From staff reports


The Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from February 24 – March 1, 2020:


Monday, Feb. 24

  • Disturbance at the 2800 block of Dennis Drive in Orange.
  • Burglary at the 7000 block of Sandra Street in Orange


Tuesday, Feb. 25

  • Suspicious person on Pine Cove in Vidor. A person was walking in the roadway and yards. A male was arrested for outstanding warrants and other charges.
  • Theft at the 2200 block of North Main Street in Vidor.
  • Burglary at the 8400 block of Interstate 10 West in Orange
  • Theft at the 1100 block of Kenwood Drive in Vidor.


Wednesday, Feb. 26

  • Runaway at the 200 block of Pine Forest Drive in Vidor
  • Animal bite at the 6000 block of Lafleur Street in Orange
  • Criminal mischief at the 6600 block of Chevron Street in Orange.
  • Burglary on Claire Drive in Orange.


Thursday, Feb. 27

  • Burglary at the 4700 block of caribou in Orange.
  • Theft on Woodcock Drive in Orange. Three males were arrested for unrelated charges.
  • Juvenile problem at the 4000 block of Old Peveto Road in Orange.
  • Animal bite at the 100 block of nelson Street in Orange.


Friday, Feb. 28

  • Attempt to locate stolen property at the 1600 block of Concord in Vidor.
  • Theft at the 7700 block of Farm to Market Road 105 in Orange
  • Narcotics incident at the 10000 block of Farm to Market Road 105 in Orange. A citation was issued for drug paraphernalia
  • Disturbance at the 6000 block of Woodridge Drive in Orange


Saturday, Feb. 29

  • Criminal mischief on James Street in Vidor
  • Stolen vehicle at the 500 block of Tall Pine Street in Vidor
  • Threats on Gerald Street in Vidor


Sunday, March 1

  • Assault at the Orange County Jail. An unruly prisoner spit on a correctional officer.
  • Theft at the 200 block of Border Street in Orange.
  • Assault at the 3300 block of Inez Road in Orange


SOURCE: Orange County Sheriff’s Office