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Theft
November 09, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Theft .

On November 3, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a trailer in the 200 block of Peck Road, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.

The person or persons involved took the following items and damaged other items:

Titan 8000 Generator, yellow and black in color with a dent on the top, valued at approximately $1,800.00

Polar Cones Snow Cone Machine, black with a custom built rack inside, valued at approximately $600.00

2 Bounce House blowers, 1.5 horsepower, black and orange in color, valued at approximately $250.00 each

1 box of misc extension cords, ranging from 25 ft to 100 feet, black and blue in color, valued at approximately $600.00

Misc parts to the snow cone machine as well as utensils, valued at  approximately $500.00

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Burglary of a Motor Vehicle
October 26, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle.

On October 19, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into several vehicles in the 200 block of W. 4th Street, in Tolar, Hood County, Texas.

The person or persons involved took the following items and damaged other items:
Several hand tools
Yellow handle hammer

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Criminal Mischief and Theft
October 05, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Criminal Mischief and Theft.

On September 8, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, stole items and damaged other items, located at the intersection of Monroe Highway and Milburn Road, in Cresson, Hood County, Texas.

The person or persons involved took the following items and damaged other items:

2 red fire extinguishers valued at $50.00 a piece.

Broken glass on a motor grader door and spray painted other pieces of equipment. Total value of the damage is approximately $900.00.

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Burglary of a Building
September 21, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building.

On September 19, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a storage unit, located in the 10000 block of Lipan Highway, in Lipan, Hood County, Texas.

The person or persons involved took the following items:
Various hand tools
Generator, unknown make, model or serial number. Unknown value
Battery charger
Miller welder,
Stihl chainsaw
Various welding items

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Burglary of a Habitation
September 07, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Habitation.
 

On September 7, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a habitation, located in the 5500 block of Tin Top Road, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas
 
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The person or persons involved took the following items:

Various pieces of security system missing to include the DVR, several cameras and remote controls.

Various pieces of lawn equipment

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Burglary of a Habitation
August 31, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Habitation.
 

On July 4, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a habitation, located in the 300 block of Siesta Court, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:

Winchester 12 gauge Defender pump shotgun. Unknown serial number, valued at approximately $300.00

Remington .22 caliber revolver with a pearl handle. Unknown serial number, valued at approximately $400.00

1 .410 Shotgun unknown make, model or serial number. Valued at approximately $200.00

1 blue in color cloth shotgun case with a brown stripe across the end. Valued at approximately $40.00

1 brown in color gun case. Valued at approximately $40.00

1 Dremel tool with battery in a green container approximately 8X3 with various drill bits, sanding wheel, cut off wheels and polishing wheel. Valued at approximately $100.00

1 Hatachi drill driver with the rubber strip coming off, green in color and cordless. Valued at approximately $100.00

1 Chicago electric drill, red in color and cordless with battery. Valued at approximately $40.00

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Burglary of a Building and Vehicle Theft
August 24, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building and a Theft of a Vehicle.
 

On August 8, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a building and then stealing the homeowners vehicle, located in the 3400 block of Sundance Court, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.

The person or persons involved took the following items:
The vehicle is a 2020 Ford pickup red in color, which was recovered in the parking lot of Oakwoods Elementary.

The stolen items from the garage were various tools both hand tools and power tools. The theft of the tools area approximately $2885.00

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Trailer Theft
August 17, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Trailer Theft.
 

On June 27, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, stole a trailer, located in the 3000 block of Adams Street, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:
The trailer is a 16’ Ver Tex bumper pull brown trailer with a wooden floor with VIN # VT9ET1123D1113613.
 

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Burglary of a building
July 27, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building.

On July 06, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a building and took various items, located in the 9100 block of W US Highway 377, in Tolar, Hood County, Texas.
 

The person or persons involved took the following items:
Damage to the front door and cigarette case
Various packs of cigarettes taken
 
 
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Hit and Run
July 20, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers, the Hood County Sheriff's Office and Texas Department of Public Safety needs help solving a Hit and Run.
 
On July 14, 2020, an unknown person or persons, struck a male subject with a vehicle causing the male subject to be deceased, this happened on Cleburne Highway and Massey Road, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.
 

As of right now there is no vehicle description that struck the male subject.
 

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Burglary of a Habitation
June 29, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Habitation.


On June 27, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a residence and took various items, located in the 3500 block of Rickabaugh Road, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.


The person or persons involved took the following items:

Stainless Steel miniature refrigerator, unknown make, model or serial number.  Valued at approximately $150.00

 

Schlage Digital lock, valued at approximately $120.00

 

Orange Extendable clippers, unknown make, model or serial number.  Valued at approximately $300.00

 

Easy Fence Tool from American Farm works, valued at approximately $25.00

 

Single glass pane window, valued at approximately $200.00

 


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Burglary of a Habitation
June 22, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Habitation.
 
On June 22, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a residence and took various items, located in the 600 block of Curtain Court, in Cresson, Hood County, Texas.
 

The person or persons involved took the following items:

Jewelry Box with assorted Jewelry valued at approximately $300.00
Security Camera, unknown make or model, valued at approximately $50.00
Various charges valued at approximately $50.00
Berber Pocket Knife Valued at approximately $40.00
Spare key to gun safe, valued at $1.00
 

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Hit and Run
June 08, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Hit and Run.

On June 5, 2020, a male was struck and killed in the intersection of Del Prado and Holly Hills Cemetery Road in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. The identity of the man is known and has been released. Evidence at the scene indicates the man was most likely struck by a vehicle.  Any information that can be submitted to the crime stoppers website.
 

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Burglary of a Building
June 01, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building.

On May 31, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a building and took various items, located in the 9400 block of E US Highway 377, in Cresson, Hood County, Texas.

The person or persons involved took the following items:
Various brands of cigarettes and other tobacco products

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Burglary of a Building
May 25, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building.

On May 26, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owner, broke into a building and took various items, located in the 9200 block of E US Highway 377 , in Cresson, Hood County, Texas.
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:

1 Milwaukee 18 volt cordless ½ impact driver, unknown serial number, valued at approximately $300.00

2 Milwaukee 18 volt lithium-ion batteries, valued at approximately $100.00 for both

1 Milwaukee 18 volt cordless ¼ drive hex head impact driver, valued at approximately $140.00

4 ½ skill brand grinder, valued at approximately $120.00

Lincoln wire welder, unknown serial number, valued at approximately $800.00

100 foot heavy duty extension cord, valued at approximately $100.00

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Burglary of Motor Vehicles
May 11, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building. 
 
On May 9 through May 10, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owners, broke into several unlocked vehicles and took items not belonging to them, located in the Acton area, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. 
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:
Various items were taken to include several firearms, cash, prescription medication, credit cards and cell phones. 
 
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Burglary of a Building
April 27, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Building. 
 
On April 23,2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owners, broke into a storage shed and took items not belonging to them, located at 4900 block of Plum Bush Street, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. 
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:
 
1 black 2007 Kawasaki Mule with 4 seats and a zombie sticker on the front.  VIN #JKA1FDC137B501679.  Approximate value $6,000.00 
 
1 Blue 2016 Honda TRX420 4 wheeler.  VIN# 1HFTE4103G4200951.  Approximate value $5,600.00 
 
 
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Theft over 2,500 under 30,000
April 13, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Theft over $2,500 under $30,000. 
 
Between April 4, 2020 and April 6, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owners, broke into a trailer and took items not belonging to them, located at 6600 block of Pinehurst Drive Court, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. 
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:
 
5 Sharpshooter Shovels, unknown make valued at approximately $245.00 total
5 Clean out Shovels, unknown make valued at approximately $150.00 total
2 Pick axes, unknown make valued at approximately $30.00 total
2 Grading rakes, unknown make valued at approximately $90.00 total
5 Square shovels, unknown make valued at approximately $125.00 total
5 Round shovels, unknown make valued at approximately $125.00 total
1 Valve locator, unknown make or model, valued at approximately $1,400.00 1 Station master, unknown make or model valued at approximately $300.00
1 Milwaukee hammer drill, unknown model or serial number, valued at approximately $250.00
1 Milwaukee saw, unknown model or serial number, valued at approximately $200.00
2 Milwaukee job site lights, unknown model or serial number valued at approximately $400.00  
1 Milwaukee Drill Set, unknown model or serial number valued at approximately $399.00
1 Jobsite toolbox, unknown make, model or serial number valued at approximately $350.00
1 Auger, unknown make, model or serial number valued at approximately $275.00
Miscellaneous sprinkler parts valued at approximately $4,600.00
3 pipe cutters valued at approximately $30.00 
 
 
 
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Burglary of a Habitation
April 06, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Burglary of a Habitation. 
 
On April 3, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owners, went inside a house and stole various items, located at 2300 block of Poco Court, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. 
 
The person or persons involved took the following items:
Samsung refrigerator serial number OAPN4BAM500546 valued at approximately $1,200.00
Samsung clothes dryer serial number OC477DDM302266 valued at approximately $1,100.00
Samsung washing machine serial number OEPU5DDM306427 valued at approximately $1,100.00
Briggs and Stratton Lawn Mower unknown serial number valued at approximately $100.00
Flower vase valued at approximately $60.00
Ryobi Lawn Mower unknown serial number valued at approximately $300.00 Husky air compressor unknown serial number valued at approximately $200.00 1 100 foot Air hose valued at approximately $50.00  
 
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Criminal Mischief
March 30, 2020

Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff's Office needs help solving a Criminal Mischief. 
 
On March 27, 2020, an unknown person or persons, without the effective consent of the owners, damaged a vehicle by breaking a window, located at 1000 block of Whippoorwill Drive, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. 
 
The person or persons involved damaged the following items:
Damage to a 2017 Nissan Sentra by breaking the rear window out. Window valued at approximately $500.00.   
 
 
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