Corsicana Police Department
• Corsicana Police Officer Sean Eggleston arrested a 47-year-old Navarro County man around 9 a.m. Friday morning after the man stole some alcoholic beverages from the Mickey’s Exxon. The guy stole the drinks, then left with a female passenger. A few minutes later, he came back to the store. The store manager confronted him and walked to the rear of the vehicle to get a license plate number and the guy backed up and struck the manager in the leg before fleeing. Officer Eggleston saw the vehicle after the incident and stopped it on South 287 and arrested the man.
• Thieves broke into a workshop to steal tools and other items Saturday in the 600 block of Dobbins Road.
• A man was exposing himself to people around the apartment complex Sunday afternoon in the 1500 block of East Beverly Drive. The man was arrested and taken to jail.
• A man reported that someone broke into his apartment and then damaged his vehicle sometime over the weekend in the 4100 block of West Highway 31.
• A woman reported a home burglary Saturday in the 900 block of West 15th Avenue.
• A man reported that someone in his household had threatened him with a knife Monday afternoon in the 4100 block of West Highway 31.
• Either Saturday night or Sunday morning, thieves broke into the Pro-Cuts in the 1900 block of West Seventh Avenue, then broke through an interior wall into the Solar Nails next door. Both businesses were burglarized and then the thieves exited out through the Pro-Cuts.
Navarro County Sheriff’s Office
• The district manager of a lumber company discovered one of his company’s vehicles that had been stolen Sunday parked in the north-bound rest area on Interstate 45. The man told officers that he was traveling north and saw the truck parked in the rest area loaded with pallets and shingles. He knew the trucks weren’t supposed to be out Sunday, so he called police. Officers discovered that the steering column had been broken, and another driver said the truck had been there at least six hours.
• A young billy goat was found Sunday on FM 637 near Mildred.
• One man was arrested Friday after being stopped at the intersection of FM 1839 and Northwest County Road 1081 near Corsicana. He was charged with public intoxication, driving with an invalid license, and expired sticker, and an open container of alcohol.
• A white horse and a brown and white paint colt were found loose Monday on FM 3096 near Kerens.
• A Subaru engine, modified for aircraft, was stolen from a building Monday on SW CR 1000 near Corsicana.
• A Porter Cable red and black compressor, the kind used for spray painting and texturing, was stolen Saturday from a building on East Third in Blooming Grove. It was described as red and black, pancake-style, and “may have white paint and texture spots on it.”
• A man was shot accidentally when a .22 revolver in his gun case fell out and struck the floor. The incident happened July 4 on SE CR 2390 near Streetman. The man said he was showing a rifle to his daughter and was placing it back into the gun case when a handgun fell out and hit the floor, firing a small-caliber bullet into his left shoulder/chest. His family took him to the emergency room, but he was transferred to Fort Worth for surgery.
• A silver-tone women’s McKinney High school ring was found in the ashtray outside Autozone on July 2 and turned into the sheriff’s office.
• Some jewelry was stolen July 4 from a home on FM 126 near Rice.
Compiled by City Editor Janet Jacobs from reports released by the Corsicana Police Department and the Navarro County Sheriff’s Department