Somervell County Sheriff Deputies responded to four theft reports in two days.
Deputy James Houk was dispatched to Simple Simons Pizza on Monday, April 6 in response to a theft of service call.
The report states the total loss to the company was $255.05, a Class B Misdemeanor.
Also on Monday, Deputy Stephen Gibson responded to the first of three reported stolen firearms.
Lisa Dehtan reported that a revolver had been stolen from a residence on County Road 2002 sometime between March 15 and March 17. The revolver was valued at $200.
Lt. Gary Marquis responded to the second report early April 7. Mike Easter came to the Sheriff’s Office to report that he thought someone who was supposed to be repairing his rifle had actually stolen it.
The report stated that sometime between Jan. 1 and April 7, Easter said he send his rifle, valued at $1,700, to an individual for repair but that he now believed the same person had pawned the weapon.
On Tuesday afternoon, Gibson responded to another report of a stolen firearm, this time from a workshop on Cross Branch.
Robert Summers, II, reported that a Henry Winchester rifle was taken from a workshop area sometime between Feb. 25 and March 15. The rifle was valued at $4,000.
Theft of a firearm is a state jail felony. Anyone with information regard these or any other crime is encouraged to contact the Somervell County Sheriff’s Office at 897-2282 or Crime Stoppers at 897-7777.