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.
10:01 a.m.: A man who was allegedly mad and aggressive over a car was reported at Berger Horticulture.
3:07 a.m.: A Como man called wanting to know what he could do about his neighbors allegedly recording him.
5:08 p.m.: A Van Zandt woman called to report a neighbor was allegedly driving a go-cart across her County Road 3734 property and had tried to run her over.
9:28 p.m.: A person was reported walking northbound on FM 69 north, 1/4-mile north of Interstate 30; the man was apparently going to Texarkana.
10:47 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported someone was welding something to a fence.
1:52 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported a friend might be drunk.
2:46 p.m.: A possible theft was reported by a Sulphur Springs woman, which items allegedly included two TVs, two air conditioner units and a lawnmower.
4:22 p.m.: Dispatch noted yelling and “get away” could be heard in the background during a call from a Sulphur Springs woman.
8:22 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported a friend was stuck on a boat.
8:38 p.m.: Music so loud it could allegedly be heard in the air conditioning was reported by a Sulphur Springs woman.
9:11 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs Man reported he could hear stuff banging around and yelling.
10:10 p.m.: A party with under-age drinking was reported on CR 3506 by an anonymous Sulphur Springs caller.
11:06 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported her granddaughter and boyfriend were allegedly causing a verbal disturbance and had already been separated.
6:18 a.m.: A woman observed walking on State Highway 11 toward Commerce prompted a concerned call from a Sulphur Springs woman, who stated that she thought it was dangerous.
9:09 a.m.: A Como woman reported the possible theft of a battery out of her lawnmower.
9:12 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported someone had allegedly put sugar in her gas tank.
5:57 p.m.: Someone reported a vehicle they did not recognize was driving down CR 5474 in Sulphur Springs.
8:15 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported “a smear of blood” on the road and a flashing bike light.
5:46 a.m.: Someone was reported to have hit a mailbox on CR 1138 in Cumby. The caller stated the person was stuck in the ditch and wanted someone to pull him out.
1:23 p.m.: A Cumby resident reported a pulled electric meter.
1:35 p.m.: A Como woman reported a friend was allegedly threatening to hurt her.
3:03 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported by a Sulphur Springs resident, regarding a person laying down in the grass along Interstate 30 near mile marker 139.
5:14 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman wanted to speak to an officer to report they found her mother’s phone.
6:14 p.m.: An Emory man called wanting to know if they had found the guy who had run him off the road earlier.
5:40 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man called wanting to make sure dispatch had his information.
Hopkins County communications operators answered 754 non-emergency calls, 228 calls for service and 174 emergency calls. Officers filed four offenses and conducted one inmate transport between facilities, 99 traffic stops, two funeral escorts and 11 special patrols. Nineteen people were booked into and 15 released from county jail, which held 198 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.