Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office weekly summary for Nov. 13-19

November 20
11:19 2017

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

For the previous week, the sheriff’s office answered 43 calls for service and successfully served seven sets of civil papers.

Nov. 14

  • One male inmate from Stephens County Jail was transported to the Walker Sayle Unit to begin his substance abuse treatment program.
  • Trustee inmates were utilized by the city of Breckenridge to help setup the city’s Christmas tree at the corner of Breckenridge Avenue and Walker Street.

Nov. 15

  • A deputy obtained a theft of property arrest warrant on a suspect. This was part of a follow-up investigation on a burglary of habitation reported in early October 2017. Musical instruments were part of the items stolen, and they have been found in a pawn shop in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Nov. 16

  • On Thursday night, while responding to a suspicious persons call on CR 311, the sheriff’s office learned of a vintage motorcycle, a three-wheeler and a go-kart that had been stolen on CR 311 weeks earlier. By Friday, we had a lead on the whereabouts of the motorcycle. On Saturday, deputies recovered the 1965 motorcycle and the go-kart from two different locations. Both have been returned to the victim-owner. The investigation is on-going, and the S.O. will be pursing arrest warrants for burglary of a building.
  • A deputy transported a female inmate to a TDCJ prison near Dayton.
  • A report of illegal dumping and burning was made on CR 222. A suspect has been identified and the investigation is on-going. SHERIFF’S NOTE: Please don’t be a litter bug.  Don’t mess with Texas! From cigarettes to dumping trash in the county, it’s all illegal and can result in being cited or arrested.

Nov. 17

  • The sheriff’s office enjoyed helping escort the Buckaroo varsity football team to the Stephens County line as they were enroute to Brownwood for their playoff game.

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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