Orange County Sheriff’s Office Beat Aug. 11 – Aug. 17

From staff reports

 

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from Aug. 11 – Aug. 17, 2015:

 

Tuesday, Aug. 11

  • Burglary at the 3100 block of North Street in Vidor.

 

Wednesday, Aug. 12

  • Assault at the 400 block of Denver Street in Vidor.
  • Disturbance at the 100 block of Patillo Road in Orange.

 

Thursday, Aug. 13

  • Assault at the 1500 block of Cheyenne in Vidor.
  • Theft at the 2600 block of Farm to Market Road 1136 in Orange.
  • Assault at the 5300 block of Caribou Drive in Orange.
  • Theft at the 700 block of Poplar in Vidor.
  • Theft at the 3000 block of Farm to Market Road 1131 in Vidor.

 

Friday, Aug. 14

  • Welfare concern at the 3900 block of Farm to Market Road 1006 in Orange. Deputies checked on a possible intoxicated person.
  • Disturbance at the 1400 block of Liston Road in Orange.
  • Theft at the 2600 block of Main Street in Vidor.
  • Theft at the 4500 block of Brook Hollow Drive in Vidor.
  • Assault at the 500 block of Rose Lane in Orange.

 

Saturday, Aug. 15

  • Assault at the 1300 block of Texla Road in Vidor.
  • Disturbance at the 400 block of Waddell Street in Vidor.
  • Assault, theft at the 6500 block of North Hwy. 105 in Vidor.
  • Welfare concern at the 3000 block of Farm to Market Road 1131 in Vidor. A man was sleeping in his vehicle.

 

Sunday, Aug. 16

  • Assault at an undisclosed location on Royal Oak Circle in Mauriceville.
  • Assault at the 5800 block of Dixie Drive ion Vidor.
  • Burglary at the 2600 block of Holiman Circle in Orange.
  • Stolen vehicle at the 5500 block of Gilbert Drive in Orange.
  • Drowning at the 1400 block of Freeway Blvd. West in Rose City.
  • Theft at the 5100 block of Gilbert Drive in Orange.

 

Monday, Aug. 17

  • Missing person at the 200 block of Willette Road in Vidor.
  • Theft at the 800 block of Honeysuckle in Bridge City.
  • Assault at the 5200 block of Avenue A in Orange.
  • Threats at the 8300 block of East Bridgefield Drive in Orange.
  • Sexual assault in the Vidor area.
  • Illegal dumping at the 6200 block of Johnson Road in Orange.
  • Disturbance at the 900 block of Roberts in Vidor.

 

SOURCE: Orange County Sheriff’s Office

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