Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office summary for May 6-19

May 21
10:55 2018

Sheriff’s Office Summary

Calls for Service: 83
Civil Papers Served: 24
Inmates Currently Housed: 27

May 7

May 8

  • A deputy recovered a stolen chainsaw from the local pawn shop. It has been returned to its rightful owner.
  • Stephens County Sheriff Will Holt and Officer Manager Taylor attended a Texas DPS training in Fort Worth on the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS). It is the federally and state mandated crime reporting system that the state of Texas is in the process of transitioning to. All local law enforcement agencies will be required to collect and report crime statistics according to NIBRS standards as of 2019.
  • Chief Deputy Kevin Roach attended the weekly Rotary Lunch Meeting to help promote a blood drive competition between the Sheriff’s Office, Breckenridge Police Department, and Breckenridge Fire Department.

May 9

  • A female inmate of Stephens County jail was transported to a TDCJ unit near Gatesville.

May 10

  • The sheriff’s office responded to an illegal drug possession tip on West Fourth Street. After an investigation, a 16-year-old female was arrested for possession of methamphetamine. She is also being investigated for possession of several types of dangerous prescription drugs and stolen property.
  • The sheriff’s office, acting on a tip regarding the whereabouts of a wanted sex offender, went to 120 S. Court Ave. Contact was made with a 41-year-old male who was wanted for Burglary of a Building and four counts of Failing to Register as a Sex Offender. Upon searching him incident to arrest, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were found. The male was also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1.

May 13

  • A delayed report of theft was made where multiple tools and other miscellaneous items were stolen from under a carport.

May 15

  • A deputy transported a 41-year-old female from the Shackelford County Jail to the Stephens County jail where she was placed under arrest for a motion to adjudicate warrant related to a past charge for drug dealing.

May 16

  • A deputy transported a 31-year-old male from Young County Jail to Stephens County Jail where he was served an arrest warrant for Terroristic Threat against a Family Member.
  • Stephens County S.O. and Breckenridge P.D. responded to a fight in progress in the 200 block of North Jackson Street. A 26-year-old male subject was issued a citation for disorderly conduct – fighting, and a 52-year-old male subject was arrested for the same.

May 17

  • A deputy transported a 19-year-old male from Freestone County Jail back to Stephens County Jail where he was booked for the following warrants: Organized Retail Theft and Evading Arrest/Detention with a Vehicle.
  • Sheriff Holt participated in BJHS’s “Adulting 101,” where he taught the junior high kids tips on how to interact with law enforcement during traffic stops and other official contacts. The sheriff’s office is always willing to help educate or work with our schools, churches, and other organizations. Contact us to invite us.
  • A deputy transported two male inmates of Stephens County Jail to a state jail facility near Jacksboro.
  • The sheriff attended a meeting for planning safety and security for the upcoming Breckenridge Airshow.

May 19

  • The sheriff’s office took a report of a burglary of a business in the 6000 block of U.S. Highway 180 West. Force was used to gain entry, but nothing was stolen.
  • The sheriff’s office provided safety and security measures at the 32nd annual Polo on the Prairie fundraiser for MD Anderson at the Lazy 3 Ranch.

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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