The missing items include a Playstation 3, an X-Box 360, several game accessories and a Skill saw. This case has been forwarded to investigators who will attempt to locate the suspect for questioning.
The suspect was located and found to be in possession of property from the church burglaries.
The property was recovered and will be released back to its rightful owner.
Deputy Aaron Warren was dispatched to a nail salon on SH 37 for a report of criminal mischief.
The operator of the business reported that a piece of concrete had been thrown through the window.
Multiple mounted animals, which had been used at the church as decorations, were missing as well.
The total combined value of the missing property is over ,000. O’Grady was able to observe pry marks on the main entry door. O’Grady and Deputy Pollard responded to Tinney Chapel in the Winnsboro area in response to a report that the church had been broken into.
Unedited Report Follows: June 1 Deputy Aaron Warren took a report of an assault from a Mineola woman who stated she had been struck two times in the face by her live-in boyfriend following a verbal altercation between the two.
Warren was able to observe minor redness around the woman’s eyes which was photographed.
Several items of value, which were in plain sight, were not taken. Kyle Henson responded to Fellowship Baptist Church on FM 2088 in response to a reported burglary.
According to the woman, she was unsure if anything was actually taken from the residence. South completed an incident report pending determination of whether or not anything was missing from the property. Once on scene, the deputies met with a church representative who advised he had been alerted to the break in by a call from the alarm company.
The assault case has been forwarded to CID for additional investigation and warrant review. Donivan South took a report of criminal trespass from a Hawkins woman who stated she had discovered evidence that someone had gained entrance into the detached garage at a property she owns on FM 14.