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Stephens County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Summary for April 9-15

April 16
08:56 2018

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

Calls for Service = 41
Civil Papers Served = 5
Inmates Currently Housed = 24

April 9

  • A male inmate from Stephens County Jail was transported by a deputy to a prison near Abilene.

April 10

  • A deputy arrested a 19-year-old male in the 600 block of West Seventh Street for a warrant related to burglary of a vehicle.

April 12

  • A deputy arrested a 32-year-old male in the 200 block of South Parks Street for three traffic related warrants.
  • A female inmate of Stephens County Jail was transported to a TDCJ drug rehabilitation prison near San Angelo.
  • Sheriff Will Holt spoke to four sessions of sixth graders at South Elementary. The sheriff spoke to them about the negative effects of bullying and the law enforcement response to it.

April 13

  • A deputy arrested a 56-year-old female on CR 306 for a warrant related to theft.
  • Deputies arrested a 37-year-old female on CR 311 for a harassment warrant.
  • A deputy contacted a runaway juvenile on Highway 67 near CR 179. The male juvenile was returned to his home by the deputy.

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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