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Police arrest two on warrants

Rockdale police arrested two persons on felony warrants during the past week.

Jeromy Dewane Wall, 37, of Rockdale, was arrested Nov. 30 on a parole violation charge and is being held without bond in the county jail.

Stephen Dale Mikeska, 29, of Somerville, was arrested Monday on a bond forfeiture charge. Original arrest was for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit assault.

He remains in the county jail in lieu of $20,000 bond.

THEFTS—Police investigated three thefts during the week.

Lt. J. D. Newlin said a generator was taken from a residence near Dyer Street.

Another theft involved a wagon wheel.

Newlin said a misdmeanor arrest involved the theft of a bag of candy from Brookshire Bros.

BURGL A RY—Newlin said police are investigating an incident where someone entered an unlocked residence and took a $100 bill from a dresser drawer.

Two arrests for misdemeanor possession of marijuana were made during the past week.

Police are investigating a report of credit card-debit card abuse.

Other incidents reported during the past week included no driver’s license and driving while license invalid.

WARR A NTS— Other warrants served during the week included two each for assault causing bodily injury and drivng while license invalid and one for failure to change name or address.

ACCIDENTS—Police said no injuries were reported in two traffic accidents investigated during the past seven days.

Vehicles operated by Graciela Buentello, 41, of Rockdale, and Howard Pfutzenreuter, 64 of Pampa, were in collision at 7:59 a.m. Nov. 29 on US 79 ( West Cameron Avenue) in front of Citizens National Bank west branch. Minor damages were reported.

Minor damages were a lso reported in a 12:19 p.m. Saturday collision at the intersection of Cameron and Ackerman (US 79 and FM 487).

Drivers were listed as Emily Litchauer and Kandace Flores, both 17 and from Rockdale.

CITATIONS—Traffic citations over the past week included 24 for speeding, seven for no proof of insurance, five for expired registration two for running a stop sign and one each for failure to report change of name or address and violation of child safety restraint requirement.

One citation was issued for possession of drug paraphernalia.

SERV ICE CA LLS—Police responded to 144 total calls for service during the week, along with 98 through the 911 system.


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