The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 118, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 2008 Page: 9 of 36
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THE CANADIAN RECORD
THURSDAY 1 "7 APRIL ZOOS
•Joshua Glynn Byers, 23, Canadian
04/08/08, driving while license is suspended
or invalid, bonded $1,000.
•Martin Alvarez, 45, Canadian 04/13/08,
driving while intoxicated, bonded $1,000.
•Dennis Eugene Dodd, 51, Canadian
04/14/08, ndecency with a child, held for
•Valente Ruiz-Perez, 32, Canadian
04/14/08, interfer ing with an emergency call
and assault causing bodily injury, held.
•Joshua Glynn Byers, Ben Wheeler,
• Chris David Butler, Hobbs, NM, 04/10/08
•Paul Lizama, Amarillo, 04/10/08 display-
ng license plate for another vehicle.
•Loyd ErnestDittfurth, Higgins, 04/10/08
no financial responsibility.
•Brian Harris Carr, 04/11/08 no financial
•Daniel Aaron Rice, 04/11/08 speeding.
•Jerry Mark Morphes, Pampa, 04/12/08
•Jeremy Don Lemons, Pampa, 04/12/08
•Steven Gregg McCamon, Elk City, OK,
•Samuel Galvan, Hereford, 04/12/08
•Hector Balcazar Garcia, 04/13/08 no
•Hector Balcazar Garcia, 04/13/08 speed-
•John Scott Mills, 04/13/08 speeding.
•Lazaro Flores, Memphis, 04/13/08
•Martin Alvarez, 04/13/08 driving while
uesday, April 8
•8:23 a.m., caller reported some tools had
been stolen out of a trailer last night.
•11:00 a.m., individual walked into Sher-
iff's Office and stated he lost an assortment of
hand tools sometime around March 10.
•2:10 p.m., caller requested an ambulance
for a 75-year-old female who had fallen and
njured her head.
•5:14 p.m., caller stated a subject was
driving an old silver Grand Marquis and was
always speed ing in the are.a Caller stated the
driver just went by with other kids in the ve-
hicle and beer bottles were thrown nto call-
ers yard, almost hitting her dog.
•6:06 p.m., caller reported he had a lot of
bees in a tree and he didn't know what to do.
•6:13 p.m., caller reported he thought the
subjects driving a gray Ford F250 south-
bound on highway 83 were drinking.
•8:00 p.m., received 911 call and could hear
baby cooing in the background and then hung
up. Called number back and spoke to mother
who said she gave her phone to her grandson
to play with.
Wednesday, April 9
•1:28 a.m., operator for Lifeline requested
an ambulance for an 85-year-old man.
•7:03 a.m., AllState Security operator re-
ported 2 alarms at the Soda Shop.
•7:38 a.m., caller reported a deer hit and
n the ditch on the north side of highway 60
near Windy Acres. Caller stated the deer's
legs were broken and it was suffering.
•8:15 a.m., caller reported a stolen black
flat bed bumper pull that has a dent on the
back right side loaded with valves and cut-off
•8:44 a.m., caller stated there was a grass
fire on Mendota. Canadian Fire Department
was unable to locate.
•9:38 a.m., caller stated there was a grass
fire on Mendota. CFD responded and put out
•9:49 a.m., caller stated he had some ar-
ticles stolen out of the back of his pickup and
wanted to speak with a deputy.
•11:04 a.m., caller stated a tank battery
had been struck by lightening and was on fire
near Mendota Road.
Thursday, April ID
•3:32 p.m., caller stated that parents and
buses from the Little House and YMCA were
speeding through the parking lot during
morning drop off and afternoon pickup.
•3:40 p.m., caller stated there was a lum-
ber truck blocking Cedar Street. She stopped
and told the driver that people were trying to
pick up their kids from school and driver stat-
ed he was trying to deliver lumber. Deputy
responded and the truck had moved.
•7:14 p.m., caller stated he had run out of
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•7:24 p.m., deputy assisted a motorist who
had run out of gas.
•8:15 p.m., caller reported a disturbance
from 4-wheeler running on street and mak-
ng a lot of noise. Deputy contacted driver and
gave verbal warning.
•9:46 p.m., caller stated he and his son
scared off 2 Hispanic males that were on foot
and prowling around his property.
Saturday, April 12
•3:16 p.m., caller stated a pickup was
bringing a man in with an accidental self-
nflieted gunshot wound to Hemphill County
Hospital. Sher i ff and deputies were advised
•4:59 p.m., caller stated a truck was driv-
ng fast and reckless on highway 83, heading
•8:23 p.m., EMS requested a medical lift
assist on Tascosa.
•10:20 p.m., caller reported her son had
run away from their home in Pampa and he
was in Miami.
•11:57 p.m., 911 call came in abandoned
upon answer. Called number back and spoke
to subject who said there was no emergency
and apologized. While getting information on
his location, discovered that subject and his
girlfriend had a fight. Deputies responded
and no one was at home. Dispatch contacted
caller and he stated he was on foot walking to
the Garage and his girlfriend was following
him n his pickup and he just wanted her to
leave him alone.
Sunday, Apr 13
•12:56 p.m., caller stated there was an
alarm going off at the Antique Store on Main
•7:50 p.m., walk-in requested to speak
with a deputy regarding a possible case she
was involved with.
•9:34 p.m., Wheeler County advised of a
domestic dispute on the side of the highway
that had occurred north of Briscoe.
•10:08 p.m., Gray County Sheriff's Office
called and advised of a call that they had re-
ceived concerning an older car that was driv-
ng all over the road on highway 60 west of
•10:51 p.m., 911 caller advised of a fight in
room number five at the Riverside Motel.
Monday, April 14
•1:12 a.m., Gray County advised of a 911
call that reported a possible fire 21 miles
north of Pampa on highway 70.
•6:21 a.m., caller stated that her mother
had just passed away at her home.
•10:19 a.m., caller stated she spotted a
maroon pickup driving around in the pasture
with 2 male subjects. Caller stated that when
she started toward them, they spotted her
and took off at a high rate of speed going west
on Red Deer Road.
•12:55 p.m., caller stated he had just been
nvolved i l a 2-vehicle accident south of Cana-
dian at the Y.
•2:13 p.m., caller reported a grass fire at
highway 282 and Bluff Creek.
•2:50 p.m., caller stated he could see smoke
coming from the direction of the Arlington
Ranch, but could not see flames. Deputy re-
sponded and found guys working on a pump
and it was smoking badly.
•4:25 p.m., caller stated there was a fire
alarm on Locust. Resident stated she was
changing batteries n the smoke alarms and
•5:17 p.m., caller stated the stop light at
Washita and 2nd Street was stuck on green
for a long time and people were starting to
have problems getting through the light.
•6:27 p.m., caller advised to page out the
fire department for a flare-up on earlier fire
on highway 282 and Hopkins Road.
•9:05 p.m., caller stated that a female
subject had flagged her down and requested
that she call the Sheriff's Office for her to re-
port that her husband had hit her. Deputies
responded, made contact with the subjects
husband and arrested him.
•10:52 p.m., caller stated that his wife was
hitting his pickup trying to break out the
windows. His wife left while he was on the
phone and the caller stated that she had been
drinking and should not be driving. Depu-
ties located the wife and found her not to be
ntoxicated. Deputies escorted wife back to
residence to resolve the situation.
The Sheriff's Department responded to 7
calls requesting a vehicle unlock and 10 calls
regarding loose farm animals.
Who let the dogs out?
•Thursday, April 10,8:54 a.m., caller stat-
ed there was a black and white heeler with
a red collar running loose on Nelson and is
headed toward the highway.
•Friday, April 11,2:47 p.m., deputy found
a dead dog north of Canadian and contacted
•Saturday, April 12, 7:28 a.m., jogger re-
ported a dead cat at the end of Main Street.
Advised Animal Control.
•Saturday, April 12, 7:45 a.m., caller re-
ported a black and white female dog running
loose on Kingman.
•Saturday, April 12,3:13 p.m., caller stat-
ed there were 2 dogs in her backyard.
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Brown, Laurie Ezzell. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 118, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 2008, newspaper, April 17, 2008; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth252700/m1/9/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.