Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office summary for Oct. 29-Nov. 3

November 06
07:45 2018

Sheriff’s Office Summary

Calls for Service: 29
Civil Papers Successfully Served: 8
Inmates Currently Housed: 30

Oct. 29

  • A deputy arrested a 60-year-old male at a residence on U.S. Highway 180 East on a felony warrant for Indecency with a Child.
  •  Stephens County Sheriff Will Holt was invited to speak to the students at East and North Elementary schools about making healthy choices and saying “No!” to drugs. This was part of BISD’s Red Ribbon week.

 Oct. 30

  • A deputy served an arrest warrant on a 70-year-old male for the felony charge of credit card or debit card abuse.

 Nov. 1

  • Sheriff Holt was invited to speak to the Retired Teachers Association at their lunch meeting. He answered their questions and talked to them about phone scams, the jail ministry program, the need for increasing deputy and jailer pay, each patrol vehicle now being equipped with tire deflation devices to help end high speed pursuits, and one of the S.O.’s latest home burglary arrests and conviction.
  • Deputy Bill Flournoy and Sheriff Holt attended training at the Wayland Volunteer Fire Department on the dangers of electrical lines, poles, and meters. The training was taught by the Comanche Electric Cooperative.

Nov. 3

  • A deputy made a traffic stop on CR 306, and the 38-year-old male drive was arrested for two warrants. The warrants were for Disorderly Conduct by Threat and No Driver’s License.

 

Calls for service include but are not limited to: 911 calls, non-emergency calls, registering sex offenders, traffic accidents/hazards, transporting prisoners and juveniles in and out of the county, mental hospital transports, court security, and some types of proactive calls.

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