A reported burglary attempt broke out into a Sunday evening track meet.
Sheriff’s Office deputies responding to what was called in to 911 as a disturbance at about 10:15 p.m. learned that a homeowner on Casa Del Sur Court in Laguna Tres was chasing two men he claimed had tried to break into his home.
“The suspects were confronted by the victim, and a chase was initiated, but they got away,” Lieutenant Johnny Rose stated. “No law enforcement were in the chase, and the officers were unable to locate anyone in the area after a short search.”
Rose said the homeowner decided not to file charges if the suspects were caught.
At least two Granbury police patrol units also responded to the area to help set up a perimeter area during the search.
Ronald Eugene Beatty, 53, of the 4500 block of Carter Court in Granbury, was arrested Sunday morning after entering someone else’s residence and threatening him with a butcher knife in a dispute over money, according to Rose.
“The victim (age 52) was not injured during the incident and is familiar with Beatty,” Rose said. “The argument was over money one claimed the other owed.”
The 911 call came in from the 4400 block of Carter Court at about 11 a.m.
Beatty remained in the Hood County Jail as of press time on a felony charge of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit another felony. His bond amount had not yet been set.
A 39-year-old resident of Oak Trail Shores is under arrest after reportedly assaulting his girlfriend during an argument, Rose said.
Christian Brian Domm, of the 3800 block of Greenbrook Street, is charged with a felony count of assault family violence with previous conviction.
“Domm struck the victim in the head, hips and back with his open and closed hands causing her pain,” Rose stated about the disturbance, which was called in to 911 at about 5 a.m. Friday from a residence on Rifle Road in Western Hills Harbor.
Rose noted that the victim, age 30, was not seriously injured.
Domm remained in the Hood County Jail under a $20,000 bond as of press time.
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