Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office Summary for April 23-May 5

May 07
10:44 2018

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

Calls for Service: 97
Civil Papers Served: 21
Inmates Currently Housed: 26

April 23

  • A male and female were issued Criminal Trespass Warnings for an address on CR 215, after having been suspected of stealing from the address and being involved in domestic disturbances with the owner of the house.

April 24

  • A male was issued a Criminal Trespass Warning for a business on CR 229 after being there without legitimate business reasons.
  • Stephens County Sheriff Will Holt and some of his staff cooked burgers for East Elementary at the annual Buckaroo Cowboy Cookout. They also distributed sticker badges and coloring books about stranger safety and bullying to the students and their parents.

April 26

  • A male was issued a Criminal Trespass Warning for two addresses on CR 304 after leaving threatening notes for the owner to find.

April 27

  • A deputy drove to a state jail facility in Dallas County where a 28-year-old male inmate was transported back to Stephens County Jail. There he was served an arrest warrant for Unlawful Carry of a Weapon.
  • The sheriff’s office contacted a vehicle at 1101 W. Elliott St., the Conquistador Apartments, after observing it commit a traffic violation. The 32-year-old female driver had a warrant for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and was arrested for it. In the vehicle, were multiple pieces of drug paraphernalia of which the driver was booked into jail for those, no vehicle insurance, and the previously mentioned warrant.

April 28

  • While serving civil papers in the 1200 block of West Cypress Street, a deputy observed a wanted female. He arrested the 18-year-old female for a warrant related to a past charge of burglary of a habitation.

April 29

  • A deputy contacted a vehicle and its 42-year-old driver after having observed the driver operating the vehicle earlier in the day. The driver had a suspended license and was involved in a Breckenridge Police Department report a few hours before. The driver went to jail for driving with a suspended license.

May 1

  • A deputy took a burglary of a home report on CR 310 where jewelry and miscellaneous items were stolen. The total estimated loss was $409.

May 3

  • A delayed report of theft was made from the Villa Haven Nursing Home, where two suspects entered the facility and stole documents and other items from the victim’s room.

May 4

  • A delayed report of burglary of a barn was reported where power tools were stolen. The estimated total loss is $400. This occurred at a residence on CR 225.

May 5

  • The Sheriff’s Office donated and supervised the jail trustees to pick up trash on Saturday morning at the grounds of the Frontier Days event.

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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