Somervell County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to theft reports and one case of a severe dog bit over the week.
On May 4, Deputy James Houk responded to a complaint from Bruce Rogers about a missing handgun. The report states Rogers’ Smith and Wesson revolver, valued at approximately $450, went missing the morning of May 2 after he spent the night at Best Western.
Houk also responded to a complaint filed by Jarod Mills on May 2 about the burglary of a storage unit.
Mills reported that a black Peavey guitar amp, a purple Kramer electric guitar in a case and a 32-inch LCD flat screen television were taken out of a storage unit he rented on State Highway 144. The stolen items were valued at $950.
Stephen Myres called the Sheriff’s office on May 4 to report he had been bitten by a dog.
Shortly after 5 p.m., Myres was walking in the 800 block of N.E. Barnard Street when he was bitten on the right calf by a dog. Myres received six stitches in his leg.