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Stephens County Sheriff’s Office weekly summary for March 5-11

March 12
09:30 2018

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

Calls for Service = 30
Civil Papers Served = 13
Inmates Currently Housed = 30

March 5

  • A deputy transported three Stephens County inmates to a prison near Abilene.

March 7

  • A theft of service report was made at an address on CR 306 where water utilities were being used without an activated account or an approved meter owned by the company.

March 8

  • Deputies responded to the DPS driver’s license office in the courthouse when it was discovered that a 33-year-old male conducting business there was wanted for a felony stalking charge and for repeated electronic harassment. The subject was arrested and transported to the Stephens County Jail.
  • Sheriff Will Holt began formal planning for the safety and security aspects of the Memorial Day Weekend Airshow, alongside the Chamber of Commerce, Ezell Aviation, Breckenridge Police Department and Sacred Cross EMS.

March 9

  • A 37-year-old female was served an arrest warrant by a deputy for violating bond conditions on a pending charge of causing injury to an elderly person.
  • A report of a family disturbance was made regarding an address on CR 274. Pushing and shoving had occurred, but no one was injured. No one wanted to press charges. One of the involved parties was asked to leave for the night. He complied and stayed elsewhere.

March 11

  • A welfare check report was made for an address in the 300 block of South Lowell Avenue. Upon responding to the address, a deputy discovered that a female was under the influence of marijuana and unable to take care of herself or her kids. The deputy collected drug paraphernalia from the scene and issued a citation for it. Family members were called to the household to look after the intoxicated adult and her children.

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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