After building a 2-0 lead against Paris, the Hawks gave up a run in the fourth, three in the fifth and another in the sixth as the Dragons amassed 14 hits in the win.Bailey Suza finished 2 for 3, while Anessa Sanchez was 1 for 3 with a double and Alexis Perez chipped in a 2-for-4 performance with a double. Rebecca Hernandez went the distance on the mound for the Seahawks, allowing five earned runs. LSCPA sports informationLONGVIEW — Lamar State College-Port Arthur’s softball team dropped two, including a heartbreaker, at the NJCAA Region XIV Crossover Tournament on Saturday. The Seahawks fell 5-2 to Paris Junior College and 8-6 to Angelina College. In the second game of the day, the Seahawks led 3-0 through two innings before Angelina scored two in the third. LSCPA answered with three more runs in the bottom of the third for a 6-2 lead, which is where it stood until the top of the sixth. Angelina added two runs to close to within 6-4. In the seventh, a walk, a fielding error and a single loaded the bases for Angelina’s Boucher, who slapped a grand slam home run to center field for the 8-6 lead.The Seahawks face their final day of tournament play in Longview today with games against Kilgore College at 11 a.m. and Northeast Texas Community College at 3 p.m.
Wednesday afternoon’s Golden Oldies saw Gloria Divello shoot 201-188-181 for a 570 series to lead all the senior women this week.Wednesday night’s Fun Bowlers had RaeAnna Todora lighting up the lanes to the tune of 200-267-236 for a 703 set to led all the women bowlers this week.Saturday morning’s youth league, Stars of Tomorrow, had Branden Bertrand rip games of 249-196-186 for a sweet 631 series. • 600s: John Robison 250-601, James Pitre 216-605, Bill White 249-674, James Coldwell 230-624, Mark Maxwell 233-638, Skipper Arsenault 257-652, John Parent 269-644, Tyler Combs 264-687, George Duke 247-672, Mack McPhatter 254-633, Kurt Cullums 236-660, Rhett Williford 236-645, Roger Hartwig 233-625, RaeAnna Todora 257-690, Ashley Nunez 236-638, Ryan Cooper 226-624, Trey Todora 265-680, Matt Mannino 266-606, Logan Lomasney 269-640, Kirwin Melo 225-646, Bryan Boldt 216-622, Kevin Smith 244-629, Blake Dugas 216-603, Tommy Girolamo 226-645, Cliff Mosley 234-616, Rick Hermsen 235-642, Gary Vincent 220-625, Bill White 268-696, Aaron Beavens 237-601, Blake Dugas 244-652, Bryan Chichester 248-652, Shannon Quinn 224-618, Ryan Cooper 247-672, Trey Todora 265-614, Tyler Rikoff 258-682, Bob Grusecki 231-623, Belinda Powell 223-612, Bret Chipman 225-602, Glen Lee 244-625, Joe Wolfe 260-604, Ben Wolfe 222-620, Jimmy Calder 234-611, Thang Nguyen 267-649, Chuck Burns 246-629, Raul Bastidas 243-615, Drew McClary 235-644, Ashlea Witzleben 239-636, David Bruno 234-687, Chuck Mitchell 246-686, Erick Brown 276-628, Houston Rideaux 245-617, Carlos DelaTorres237-619, Sami Jo Williams 233-640, Tray Batson 236-641, Derek Williams 249-626, Craig Rankin 244-605, Jake Glen 245-652, Trey Todora 258-642, Langdon Gund 229-608, Logan Lomasney 227-665, George Gund 242-665, John Allen 240-641, Jonathan Martin 289-692, Branden Powell 278-698, Skipper Arsenault 266-663, Bob Bellow 214-632, Mike Charles 256-642, Bill White 239-681, Bryan Boldt 224-616, Rick Hermsen 244-644, Don Pastor 256-684, Jacob McConnell 247-641, Gary Martin 267-663, Trint Miguez 257-693, George Parsley 225-634, Brandon Bertrand 249-631.• Monday Seniors: Cynthia Williams 145-422, VJ Willis 176-477, Bill Lawless 201-491.• Valero: Christopher Keisler 195-514, Jason Hale 222-516, Jeffery Moore 171-444, Michael Nash 166-426, James Neel 248-588, Justin Cates 220-597, Gus Saba 164-421, Jan Cates 154-430, Bonnie Maxwell 159-406, Chris Marze 218-555, Roy Martinez 190-518, Charlene Wersig 202-512, Alanda Boldt 196-525, Kaci Leatherwood 196-425, Aaron Vanover 195-560, Bob Cullums 213-549, Shannon O’Connor 232-562, Richard Cooper 214-567, Adam Wersig 204-558, Dean Wersig 236-461, Matthew Maxwell 219-571, Rusti Girolamo-136-367, Larry Manganice 213-596, Kaylen Vera 170-441, Greg Year 189-512, Will Bailey 194-493, Zach Wiley 191-475, Marisa Lalley 208-456, Matt Franklin 202-504, Jeremy Tremonte 216-578, Hunter Engle 200-560, Derrick Rivers 256-575, Mike Jacquet 230-597, Darrell Robinson 202-565, Arlis Jones 133-337. Roger Caldwell 166-372, Doug Fear 200-516, Charles Heider 194-538, Derek Winfield 210-571, Zachary Beckett 230-571, Dick Chichester 216-534.• Road Runners: James Pitre 214-569, VJ Willis 174-518, Phil Rogers 211-505, John Anderson 172-452, Hedy Zampini 163-456, Oliver Balagot 185-525, Randy Zampini 170-418, Bill Lawless 171-456.• Queen Tumblers: Chris Marze 192-457, June Badon 188-499, Lynne Richter 170-476, Emily Davis 132-379, Betty Shannon 173-503, Janice Todora 167-408, Joyce Porter 133-344, Connie Mathison 193-508, Flo Benoit 166-461, Beverly Wallace 142-345, Wilma Pace 146-340.• Golden Oldies: Robert Seymour 195-529, Chris Heath 166-426, Charlotte Banks 176-430, Nan Chaisson 147-426, Mary Gravitt 131-326, Pete Chaisson 215-517, Don Edgerly 194-511, Mary Kay Rios 153-414, Brenda Mire 147-400, Randy Zampini 225-557, Cynthia Williams 172-439, Gloria Divello 201-570, Bill Lawless 188-491, Frankie Hall 159-420, Donna Clifton 128-311, Lewis Garza 214-514, John Greig 164-421.• Mid-County Mixed: Marvin Balagot 198-547, Israel Guidry 163-448, Rose Quirante 172-457, Mita Ikari 137-330, Vladie Quirante 187-460.• Fun Bowlers: Dolores Rodrigues 159-384, Dawn Carona 192-498, Dee Dennis 200-507, Teresa Bourque 178-495, Kaleena Sachs 154-403, Brent McCelvey 179-425, Aubrey McKee 254-585, Dean Salles 215-579, Jonathan Marler 164-414, Charles Venable 233-527, Corey Zampini 188-526, Dick Chichester 204-540, Aaron Wersig 191-501, Avery Henry 236-595, Larry Perio 212-554, Charlene Wersig 214-582, Judy Lynch 162-456, John Schmidt 217-576, Zach Smith 169-456, Steve Killion 189-446, Ron Carlin 202-559, Micha Muller 202-522, Anna Commorato 178-439, Joseph Commorato 209-561, Dylan Girolamo 191-514, Mike Wagner 190-552, Michael Morvant 191-507, Johnny Simon 188-486, Chris Merritt 243-581.• Energy Country: Tammy Nick 228-530, Renee Moity 203-559, Bobby Clark 245-599, John Ramsey 211-545, Colby Daniel 212-562, Rex Morris 203-519, Clay Mayhew 202-556, Colton Matt 188-532, Michael Palermo 180-478, Jason Nettelbeck 244-578, Mike Jones 256-567, Jeff Witzleben 238-579, John Ferguson 190-494, Keith Morel 220-599, Ryan Worthy 222-543, Felicia Johnson 158-443, Dennis Thompson 200-536, Tuyet Nguyen 155-438, Logan Cain 179-452, Nathan Sharp 192-462, Giles Broussard 170-494, Chris Chance 179-501, Hunter Engle 216-591, Linda Singleton 177-459, Patsy Ronquille 197-514, Gloria Divello 224-566, Lewis Garza 221-560, Jason Beavens 227-548, Robert Seymour 216-571, Eric Harrington 243-590, Aaron Richardson 177-422, Karen Bellow 225-593, Paul Vaughan 213-501, Linda Morris 180-490, Trang Le 128-321, Zim Morris 216-595, Alice Barnes 204-567, Michael Morvant 189-500, Janice Todora 167-419, Brian Smith 183-506, Gabriel Torres 210-556, Erik Postula 235-597, Mary Jane Parsley 188-499.• Stars of Tomorrow: Cain Shaw 171-461, Blaine Seymour 202-505, Kayla Kay 136-394, Brandon Bertrand 249-631, Ryan Thomas 158-333. This week’s action at The Max had honor scores coming from five different leagues. So let’s get started. Come along for the ride; I promise it won’t hurt.Here’s a blast from the past we haven’t heard from for a while. Bowling in the Thursday night Energy Country Ford League, Buddy Sepeda nailed the pocket with his 12 shots in his second game of the night for a perfect 300. Buddy had that game surrounded by games of 212 and 211 for a nice 723 set to lead the senior men this week. This league also had an 800 series shot. Jamie Engle scorched the lanes by cranking out games of 236-289-279 for an 804 series. Highlight of the week came from the Monday night Valero League. Branden Powell nearly shot himself a triplicate score as he unleashed the thunder by throwing games of 279-279-278 for a massive 836 series.Men’s State continues this coming weekend in the Dallas area as several more teams from this area make the trek. Also, fall leagues are beginning to wind down. If each league secretary can get the championship team name along with each team member to Michelle or Janice, we will include it in the column. One final item, as these leagues finish up get with Michelle to see what summer leagues will be offered. Until next time, good bowling.• 800s: Branden Powell 279-279-278-836, James Engle 236-289-279-804, • 700s: RaeAnna Todora 200-267-236-703, Dean Wersig 196-215-297-708, John Lemonis 265-231-212-708, Eric Manthei 258-226-236-720, Buddy Sepeda 212-300-211-723, CJ Moity 259-225-236-720
Erma Lee Balque, 81, passed away on Friday, March 3, 2017. She was a native of Port Arthur, TX and was a member of Historic Israel Chapel AME Church. Funeral service will be Saturday, at 11:00 A.M. at Historic Israel Chapel. Rev. Theo Mays officiating. Visitation will begin at 9:00 A.M. Interment will follow at Live Oak Memorial Park. Service entrusted to Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.
Services for Lawerence Guidry, 66 are pending at Moody-Harris Funeral HomeSidney “Sid” Paul Clark, 86, of Nederland, died Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Broussard’s, NederlandServicesMr. Tavon Keith Clobert-Willis, Thomas Blvd. Church of Christ, Port Arthur 11 AM DeathsMichael Brian Hebert, Faith Harbor Assembly of God Church, Port Acres, 11:00 a.m. Michael Porter, age 54, passed away in Trinity, Texas on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. Arrangements are currently pending with Dorman Funeral Home.Jaryd “Ginger” Arledge, 22, of Port Acres, died Wednesday, July 12, 2017.Harry Maurice Harbert, Port Arthur, TX, 73, died Thursday, July 13, 2017, services pending through Levingston Funeral Home, Groves, TX Marjorie Aline Rhodes: Visitation will be Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. till 11:00 a.m. at Melancon’s Funeral Home in Nederland, with the funeral service to follow at 11:00 a.m. The interment will be at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Groves.Randy Paul Adams: Visitation will be Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. at Melancon’s Funeral Home in Nederland, with the funeral service to follow at 4:00 p.m.
Reminder! Law enforcement agencies will be out in force to keep our roads safe as you travel. AAA estimates a record setting 39.8 million Americans will chose automobiles as means of transportation during the 4th of July holiday travel season. National Safety Conference estimates that nationally between July 3-7, which is the 4th of July holiday, that 565 lives will be lost and another 64,500 people will receive serious bodily injuries from traffic crashes on our roadways. Keep in mind as you celebrate and if you’re going to consume alcoholic beverage that you do so responsibly.Never take a chance: As you plan to drink adult beverages, also plan for a responsible, sober driver to transport you home. Also, with celebrating the 4th of July, there’s a tradition of popping fireworks. The popping of fireworks in the city limits of Port Arthur is illegal; even the mere possession of fireworks in the city of Port Arthur is illegal! Fireworks are very dangerous and should not be handled by unskilled pyrotechnic workers.Why would municipalities like Port Arthur have such an ordinance prohibiting people from celebrating with fireworks? It’s because fireworks in the hands of the unskilled are dangerous and deadly. In 2017, eight people were killed and apparently 13,000 injured to the degree that they sought emergency care for the use of fireworks, and 66% of those deaths and injuries are during the 4th of July celebration. Having knowledge of this beforehand makes it seem like we need to find a different way to celebrate. Do not be dismayed. The city of Port Arthur along with neighboring municipalities will have a fireworks display on the 4th under the control of professional pyrotechnics that can be viewed over the city but is enjoyed much more if you gather near the seawall in Port Arthur.Mable from Port Neches asks: Officer Antoine, thank you for this column. I can’t express my gratitude to you, PAPD and The News for educating the public on driving laws. Officer Antoine, the other day a co-worker and I were enjoying some retail therapy (shopping) when we observed a small four-door vehicle with two adults and five children crammed in the back seat. Officer Antoine, I’m sure this vehicle couldn’t seat more than five people, but they were surely sitting on top of each other inside that car. Officer Antoine, is it illegal to have more people in a vehicle than what it’s designed to accommodate?Answer: Good question, Mable! I can imagine the shock that you experienced witnessing all of the passengers, especially the children in such a small vehicle. Mable, it only makes sense that if a vehicle is equipped to accommodate five passengers that no more than five passengers can legally ride in said vehicle.But according to state law, we do not enforce seatbelt laws on private property and if all seatbelts in the vehicle are properly used securing passengers, then additional passengers can ride in the same vehicle without being secured by a seatbelt. From the desk of the Chief of Police Tim Duriso and all of the proud, hard-working men and women of the Port Arthur Police Department, we extend a happy Independence Day, 4th of July to all of our Port Arthurians and neighboring communities whom we serve daily. We hope everyone is able to come together and join our nation as we enjoy a safe and peaceful 4th of July celebration. Also we all know that popping fireworks is illegal in Port Arthur, but we still will have some of our citizens ignite fireworks and our dispatch department becomes flooded with such calls. Please understand that we’re not ignoring your call; be patient with us as we still have other calls for service that may have a greater need of response! So the number of passengers a vehicle is equipped to hold doesn’t necessarily mean all the passengers that vehicle can legally transport on the road. Mable, of course this means transporting passengers is dangerous but legal. I guess the question is, who’s volunteering to be the unsecured passengers?Chris from Port Arthur asks: Officer Antoine, this blew my mind. I saw a car on the road while I was in Humble with no doors, no hood or trunk cover! It appeared that this car surely shouldn’t be on any road legally in Texas. This car looked like it should be in the junkyard. What’s even more shocking is that a police officer pulled up next to the vehicle and just shook his head. Now, Officer Antoine, is this legal to drive on the roads of Texas without any doors, hood or trunk cover? Thanks for all you do.Answer: Good Question Chris! As strange as that vehicle may have appeared to be on the roadway without doors, hood or trunk cover, there’s nothing in the Texas Transportation Code that prohibits such operation. I’m sure that’s why the officer did not take any action because there was nothing illegal about the vehicle. Chris, I would agree with you that this car probably looked like it was ready to be sent to a salvage yard but as long as it was inspected with current registration and insured it was no fault for this vehicle to be on the roads of Texas.Join Officer Antoine for Ask A Cop Live, on KSAP 96.9 FM, “The Breeze” radio station every Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. Tune in and listen as Officer Antoine discusses in detail the newly released Ask A Cop article that printed in The News. You can also tune in via internet at www.ksapthebreeze.org. Feel free to call in and ask your question live to Officer Antoine at 409-982-0247.Remember to email your questions to [email protected], or call 409-983-8673 and leave a message or voice mail question, or mail them to: Ofc. Rickey Antoine, 645 Fourth St., Port Arthur, Texas, 77640. If you happen to see me in public you can Ask A Cop!
This time, the dice rolled favorably for local two-year students.The Texas State University System Board of Regents last Friday OK’d a change downward in tuition and fees for students at Lamar State College Port Arthur, Lamar State College Orange and Lamar Institute of Technology. How rare is that?News unfolded first during a telephone meeting for the regents, in which they OK’d using $17.3 million in newly appropriated state funds to reduce tuition and fees at these local two-year campuses, funding that will last for this biennium. The money was appropriated in the recently concluded legislative term.Mike Wintemute, TSUS deputy vice chancellor for marketing and communications, said regents set tuition and fees per semester a year in advance. In the case of Lamar Port Arthur, Lamar Orange and LIT, that meant tuition and fees were set a year ago at the follow rates for next year: Lamar Port Arthur, $3,056.37; $2,685 at Lamar Orange; $2,898.50 at LIT. But that infusion of $17.3 million gave those campuses the leeway to lower tuition and fees, making their schools more marketable in comparison to Texas state-supported community colleges and positioning these campuses as more plausible alternatives to state four-year campuses. The new tuition and fees are:Lamar Port Arthur: $2,165.55, a drop of 29 percentLamar Orange: $1,995, a drop of 26 percentLIT: $2,200, a drop of 24 percentThat’s a lot of savings. For students who are weighing the choice between starting a four-year college program at the two-year schools, then transferring, or paying higher, four-year campus tuition for all four years, lower tuitions and fees locally should be attractive.For students weighing two-year programs, the savings are substantial and in place for two years, starting in the fall.While the base tuition and fees for the three Golden Triangle campuses are all set at $1,995, slight differences in fees are based on services offered at the individual campuses. Here’s why the changes involving just these two-year campuses are inherently fair: Lamar Port Arthur, Lamar Orange and LIT draw support from the state and from tuition and fees. State community colleges can also draw support from local property taxes, an avenue for revenue denied to these three campuses.There’s this, too: Students at the three two-year campuses in the Golden Triangle were challenged — sometimes dramatically — by the flooding during Hurricane and Tropical Storm Harvey in 2017. Typically, lawmakers said, students at two-year schools, which include many students with family obligations and first-generation college students, are more affected by such economic setbacks. Oftentimes, enrollment decreases follow such events.Texas legislators, regents and campus leaders have done students great service, opening to them through these reductions new doors to higher education. At the least, students should peer inside.
Police said evidence and witness accounts led to the suspect’s arrest and a charge of aggravated sexual assault of a child.The Port Arthur Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division is investigating the case, Meaux said. Authorities had announced the arrest Tuesday evening, only initially identifying the suspect as a 25-year-old Orange resident, accused of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old.In a release to media, Sgt. Shannon Meaux said police officers were first dispatched to 4023 Brinkman Drive in reference to a disturbance at 4:48 p.m. Tuesday. “Upon arrival and through further investigation, it was determined that a 7-year-old child made an outcry to her mother of a sexual assault that had just occurred,” police said in a release. “The suspect, a 25-year-old Orange resident, fled the scene before officers arrived but later turned himself in at the Port Arthur Police Department.” Police have identified the suspect arrested Tuesday for aggravated sexual assault of a child.Port Arthur Police Department Det. Sadie Guedry announced at approximately 10:50 a.m. Wednesday that Horace Hiawatha Walker, 25, has been charged.
Visitation will be on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 from 5:00 PM till 8:00 PM at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves.Service to honor Kim’s life will be at 10:00 AM Wednesday, October 30, 2019 in the Thompson Memorial Chapel at Clayton Thompson. Entombment will follow in Oak Bluff Memorial Park in Port Neches under the direction of Clayton Thompson. Kim Adrian Theriot, 62, of Port Arthur passed away on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Harbor Hospice House in Beaumont.He was born on July 13, 1957 to his parents, Dennis Paul Theriot, Sr. and Amy Marie Loncon Theriot in Port Arthur, Texas.Kim was a lifelong resident of the area and attended Stephen F. Austin High School. He enjoyed working on tractors, drinking beer and cooking for family and friends especially barbecuing.Kim also enjoyed picking on everyone and had a nickname for everyone. He will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.He was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters, Glenda R. Domec and Evelyn “Sue” Courville, his brothers, Jerry D. Theriot and Dennis P. Theriot, Jr.Kim is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Tammy Myers Theriot of Port Arthur, his two sons, Cody Adrien Theriot and Steven Adam Theriot both of Port Arthur, one grandson, Cooper Adrien Theriot of Mont Belvieu, Texas, his two sisters, JoAnn Curtice and Jan Stelly and husband, Mike all of Port Arthur, his three brothers, Terry D. Theriot and wife, Beverly and Richard J. Theriot all of Port Arthur, Jay A. Theriot and wife, Sara of Nederland, Texas along with numerous nieces and nephews. He retired from the City of Port Arthur Public Works Department as a Heavy Equipment Mechanic with 36 years of service.Kim also owned and operated KT Tractor Service for over 20 years as a home base business.He was a kind hearted person who was always lending a hand, he never met a stranger, sharing his advice and expertise to those in need especially the elderly.
Appointments are not necessary, but are encouraged.Any Jefferson, Hardin, Orange, Liberty or Chambers County veteran or spouse of a deceased veteran is eligible to receive individualized legal advice from a volunteer attorney free of charge in a variety of law areas including family law, wills and probate, consumer issues, landlord/tenant law, employment and more. This event is a public service of the Jefferson County Bar Association, which is part of a coalition of bar associations that provide pro bono legal services to U.S. veterans in 17 counties in Texas.The Texas Access to Justice Foundation provides support to this program. Those who need continued legal representation and who qualify for legal aid may be assigned a pro bono attorney to handle their case. BRIDGE CITY — Jefferson County veterans who need legal advice or legal assistance can visit a free legal clinic from 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 29 at the Bridge City Senior Citizen Hall, 105 Parkside Drive in Bridge City.For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the Jefferson County Bar Association at 409-835-8647.
Aug. 3Keith Green, 38, was arrested for City Code — possession or injection of certain prohibited substances in the 5500 block of West Washington.Keeth Fontenot, 61, was theft in the 6000 block of 39th.An assault was reported in the 5300 block of Gulfway Drive.Credit/debit card abuse was reported in the 4500 block of Twin City Highway.A theft was reported in the 2700 block of Second Avenue.Criminal mischief was reported in the 5500 block of West Washington.Abandon/endanger child/criminal negligence and possession of prohibited substance city ordinance was reported in the 5100 block of East Parkway.Theft of a trash can was reported in the 3100 block of Taft.An assault was reported in the 3100 block of Allison.An assault was reported in the 4600 block of Twin City Highway.Aug. 4Cassie Nugent, 33, was arrested for warrants in the 4000 block of Twin City Highway.Jeremy Bird, 35, was arrested for warrants in the 6500 block of 39th.Daigan Dulin, 25, was arrested for warrants in the 3600 block of Main.Jermal Green, 36, was arrested for warrants in the 4600 block of Twin City Highway.Eden Jones, 34, was arrested for warrants in the 5000 block of 32nd.Fraudulent use or possession of identifying information was reported in the 5200 block of Lincoln.Burglary of a habitation was reported in the 3100 block of Boyd.Criminal mischief was reported in the 5100 block of West Washington.Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon was reported and a criminal trespass warning was issued in the 2500 block of Little John. Next UpJuly 31Jason Boone, 36, was arrested for warrants in the 4200 block of FM 366.Criminal mischief was reported in the 6400 block of Gulfway Drive.A theft was reported in the 6900 block of Howe.Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported in the 2900 block of Azalea.Aug. 1Reginald Brooks, 42, was arrested for warrants in the 6300 block of Howe.Nicholas Sanders, 22, was arrested for warrants in the 5400 block of West Parkway.Ronald Barlow, 36, was arrested for Warrants in the 5000 block of East Parkway.Angel Rocha Ramos, 35, was arrested for warrants in the 5200 block of East Parkway.An assault was reported in the 3800 block of Lay.A dangerous dog at large was reported in the 3300 block of Taft.A missing person was reported in the 6200 block of Howe.An assault was reported in the 5300 block of Gulfway Drive.Criminal mischief was reported in the 7200 block of Terrell.Aug. 2Edward Romero, 35, was arrested for driving while intoxicated and evading arrest in the 6800 block of Whitby.Decovin Jerry, 28, was arrested for warrants in the 5300 block of Gulfway Drive.Joshua Reeves, 48, was arrested for public intoxication in the 3400 block of Newton.A criminal trespass warning was issued in the 5100 block of East Parkway.A report for information was completed in the 3400 block of Newton.Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal mischief was reported in the 3100 block of Lay.A report for Information was completed at Twin City Highway and Hogaboom Road.A dog bite was reported in the 5100 block of 33rd. Groves Police made the following arrests and responded to the following calls between July 29 and Aug. 4:July 29Chad Pierce, 48, was arrested for warrants and evading in the 6300 block of 32nd Street.A theft was reported in the 6800 block of Howe Street.An assault was reported in the 2600 block of Amber.A report for unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate visual material was completed in the 4700 block of Clermont.July 30No reports.