Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office weekly summary for Oct. 23-29

October 30
15:27 2017

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

For the previous week, the sheriff’s office answered 41 calls for service and successfully served 2 sets of civil papers.

Oct. 23

  • A deputy arrested a 29-year-old male at his home in the 400 block of South Dubois Street. The warrant was related to a motion to revoke probation related to a past drug possession arrest.
  • The sheriff’s office hosted a three-day leadership training taught by Texas A&M TEEX’s law enforcement division. Four sworn deputies of the sheriff’s office attended, along with nine sworn officers from six other agencies across Texas.
  • A deputy transported an inmate to a mental health hospital in Big Spring.

 Oct. 25  

  • A deputy traveled to Bonham to transport an inmate from a prison unit back to the Stephens County Jail.
  • A theft report of a 24-foot Roadrunner boat trailer on CR 331 at Possum Kingdom Lake was made. The victim advised the crime occurred sometime between Oct. 22 Oct. 25. The trailer is valued at approximately $6,000.

Oct. 26

  • A deputy served five warrants on a 34-year-old male subject already confined in the Stephens County Jail. The warrants were related to burglary of a habitation, drug dealing, and driving while license invalid.

Oct. 27

  • An arrest warrant was served on a 26-year-old male who was already confined in the Stephens County Jail. The warrant was related to assault on a public servant.
  • The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office provided perimeter security for the Breckenridge Police Department and the Texas Comptroller’s Office during an on-going investigation orchestrated by the BPD against businesses in town that allegedly were selling illegal drug paraphernalia.
  • A deputy transported a male from Stephens County Jail to the 90th District Court in Graham, where the inmate’s Stephens County and Young County cases received dispositions. The inmate was then transported back to Stephens County Jail.

Oct. 28

  • Sheriff Holt attended the Stephens Memorial Hospital Health Fair at First United Methodist Church. The sheriff’s office setup a booth and provided coloring books, sticker badges and other reading material on making healthy choices and fighting drug abuse.

Calls for service include but are not limited to: 911 calls, proactive contacts, non-emergency calls, registering sex offenders, serving civil papers, transporting prisoners and juveniles in and out of the county, mental hospital transports, court security, etc.


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