Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office weekly summary for Dec. 11-17

December 21
09:09 2017

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

For the previous week, the sheriff’s office had 40 calls for service, successfully served 15 civil papers, and had 36 inmates in the jail as of Sunday.

December 13

  • A 50-year-old male was arrested at his home in the 200 block of South Graham on a criminal trespass warrant.
  •  A 36-year-old male was arrested on a possession of marijuana warrant in the 200 block of North Hartford after causing a disturbance at Stephens Memorial Hospital.

 December 14

  • A deputy served an arrest warrant for theft of property equal to or more than $750 but less than $2,500 on a 38-year-old male who was already confined in the Stephens County Jail.

December 15

  • A deputy served a felony arrest warrant on a 39-year-old male in Palo Pinto County Jail, and then transported the inmate to Stephens County Jail. The warrant was related to the inmate being a felon in possession of a firearm.
  • A grand jury indicted a 49-year-old female for unauthorized use of a vehicle. This stems from a sheriff’s office report a few months ago. Upon issuing the indictment, a deputy served the felony arrest warrant on the female who was already confined in Stephens County Jail.
  • While assisting the Breckenridge Police Department on a disturbance call, a deputy arrested a 38-year-old male on felony warrant related to a burglary of a business investigation that the sheriff’s office cleared in February 2017. The arrest warrant was executed in the 300 block of North Butte Avenue.

December 17

  • A deputy made a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 180 West, after observing a vehicle leave a known drug location in the county. One of the three occupants of the vehicle, a 22-year-old male was arrested for two warrants. One warrant was for misdemeanor assault, and the other was a felony warrant related to bond violations from a previous crime.

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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