During the week prior to Oct. 3, Van Alstyne police received 243 calls for service and made three arrests, plus the officers investigated a reported burglary, according to Police Chief Tim Barnes.


Burglary of building — on Sept. 30, police were called to the 700 block of Nash Street, where the caller reported two nail guns had been taken from the garage. This is under investigation, Barnes reported.


Arrest — On Sept. 28, police stopped a vehicle going north on U.S. Hwy 75, because of a moving violation. The officer identified the driveras a 27-year-old Sherman man and charged him with motion to revoke his probation on a previous conviction of possession of a controlled substance. The suspect remained incarcerated as of Tuesday.


Arrests — On Oct. 2, at 8:35 a.m., police arrested two people after being called to a residence due to suspicious activity. Jailed on outstanding warrants were a 35-year old woman on an outstanding Van Alstyne police warrant charging her with not paying her fine on a previous conviction of driving without a seat belt. She paid a cash bond of $205 for her release later the same day. Also arrested was a 32-year-old man who had two outstanding warrants issued by Van Alstyne PD. One charged him with failure to appear and the other with an environmental infraction. A magistrate set cash bond at $439.