The following reports are based on logs documenting calls received by Hopkins County emergency communications staff from 5:30 a.m. Friday to 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.
2:23 a.m.: A Winnsboro woman called 911 to report someone pulled into her driveway on FM 3019 and fired a weapon five times.
4:27 a.m.: A man reported another driver on Interstate 30 west at mile marker 112 in Cumby reported the driver of another vehicle was following him and mimicking his movements.
10:53 a.m.: A man called 911 to report someone broke into his shop on County Road 1127 north and possibly stole a chainsaw.
7:17 p.m.: An anonymous caller called 911 to report a fight at Walmart.
1:08 a.m.: A male caller reported to 911 that a subject was intoxicated and trying to fight people at the eastbound I-30 rest stop in Cumby.
2:57 a.m.: A woman reported people were spotlighting and firing weapons on CR 1439.
12:09 p.m.: A woman reported someone was sending her nude photos.
9:51 p.m.: A man reported an 11-year-old child ran away from home at 8:51 p.m. on CR 4760 after ”getting in trouble.” The child returned to the residence later that night.
2:06 a.m.: A Como man reported he was being harassed and someone was hitting his face with a laser.
10:01 a.m.: A man reported a subject had his tools and tool boxes, and he wanted his property returned.
11:35 a.m.: A Winnsboro woman reported she was being blackmailed by her ex-boyfriend.
12:58 p.m.: A man reported his mother admitted to taking his electronics.
1:25 p.m.: A Cumby woman reported someone has been coming onto her CR 4735 property and had built a campfire.
8:15 p.m.: A caller on CR 3564 reported kids would not let him sleep.
3:43 a.m.: A disturbance was reported at a residence on CR 2386 in Pickton. Deputies responded, but the disturbance was only verbal.
Hopkins County communications operators answered 890 non-emergency calls, 160 calls for service and 96 emergency calls. For the period from 5:30 a.m. Friday to 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, officers issued five citations, filed eight offenses and conducted 92 traffic stops and 31 special patrols. Thirteen people were booked into and 13 released from county jail, which held 193 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, of which 30 were federal prisoners.