The Gainesville Police Department daily arrest log showed the following activity from Feb. 2 through Feb. 4

Lloyd Morris, 46, 622 S. Taylor St., Gainesville, unlawful possession of firearm by a felon.

Marcelyne Apple, 49, 141 Wagon Wheel, Gainesville, failure to signal a turn.

Michael McAfee, 17, possession of tobacco products (citation issued)

Giles Hundt, 47, 611 E. Eddy, Muenster, open container law (citation issued)

Robert Robinson, 18, 1401 Witherspoon, Gainesville, possession of marijuana, less than two ounces.

Kirby McAfee, 40, 1436 Rice Ave., Gainesville, public intoxication.

Miranda Norton, 28, 1209 N. Clements St., Gainesville, driving while license suspended or invalid.

Blake Skjolsvik, 24, 412 Cocopa Dr., Lake Kiowa, failure to identify.

Barbara Whittington, 46, 376 Hidden Trail, Whitesboro, driving while license invalid, misdemeanor warrant.

Carlos Rivera, 51, 1910 Arkansas Dr., Gainesville, no driver license.

Michael Stevens, 27, Throckmorton St., Gainesville, misdemeanor warrant.

Jimmy Tittle, 24, 904 S. Clements St., Gainesville, misdemeanor warrant.

Jason Wilson, 32,(no physical address listed), Gainesville, open container, possession of drug paraphernalia (citations issued on both charges)

Jesus Flores, 18, 809 Fletcher St., Gainesville, littering, possession of drug paraphernalia (citations issued)

Ivan Larraga, 20, 713 N. Morris St., Gainesville, driving while license invalid.

Laura Moore, 33, 1486 FM 371, Gainesville, public intoxication.

Carlos Saavedra, 22, 641 Hillside Dr., Gainesville, misdemeanor warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Christopher Morris, 36, 2609 E. Hwy. 82, Gainesville, felony warrant.

Reported criminal activity during the same period:

Kim Roman Marish reported damage to the door handles of a Suburban Friday in the 900 block of N. Clements St. The incident of criminal mischief caused an estimated $250 damage to the SUV.

Stacy Marie Branch told police Friday that an unknown suspect scratched a vehicle in the 1200 block of Lindsay Street. The damage to the paint of the 1977 Buick was set at $300.

Police went to North Texas Medical Center in response to a possible aggravated assault Friday. The victim, Jared Allen Hall, 27, of Old Denton Road, Gainesville, reportedly suffered injuries to his face and nose.

Ann Elizabeth Bernauer, 42, of FM 678, told police a suspect apparently found the keys to a vehicle and drove the car without permission Friday night. The silver 2006 Chevy Cobalt was taken from a restuarant at 219 N. Grand Ave. and was later recovered.

Glenn Elvin Ray, Jr., discovered his chocolate-colored pit bull dog missing Friday from his residence in the 500 block of North Denton Street. An individual apparently took the animal without permission.

Hilltop Conoco, 4346 N. IH-35, reported a gas drive-off Saturday. The suspect took off with $8 worth of unleaded fuel.

Jose Manriquez Castillo told police the window of his Chevy Blazer was broken sometime Sunday with a stick in the 1500 block of East California Street. Damage was set at $200.

Enrique Colunga Calderon reported a burglary of a vehicle Sunday in the 800 block of East Pecan Street. He told police a Kenwood CD player valued at $129 and a black rifle scope valued at $50 were missing.

Margaret Christine Calleros reported the back window of a vehicle shattered Sunday in the 1000 block of West Star Street. The damage to the Ford Expedition window was set at $400.

William Royce Moore found a window of a Chevrolet vehicle broken out next to his residence in the 1800 block of Rice Avenue. Damage was set at $250.

Cheryl Louise Fields told police an unknown suspect entered her Gladys Street residence and removed a 20-inch flat screen Sanyo TV, assorted Disney VHS movies and a tower heater. The missing items totalled $882.

Bradley James Seatherton reported a red pickup with a Dallas Cowboy star decal missing from the 200 block of Jefferson Street. The theft is reportedly more than $1,500 and less than $20,000.


Anyone with information on the above incidents may call the Gainesville Police Department at 668-7777 or the anonymous Crime Tips Hotline at 612-0000. To report suspected crimes anywhere in the county, contact the Cooke County Sheriff’s Department at 665-3471 or the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1(800)388-8477.

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