Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office summary for Feb. 11-24

February 25
07:35 2019

Sheriff’s Office Summary (February 11 – 24)

Calls for Service: 66
Inmates Currently Housed: 39
Civil Papers Served: 15

February 11

  • A transport detention officer escorted a female inmate to Young County Courthouse, where she was adjudicated on Stephens County charges.

February 13

  • The Sheriff took part in a workshop for Stephens County elected officials to address the expected upcoming costs of a high profile trial and to work on other ways of not spending generated revenue.

February 14

  • A deputy arrested a 33-year-old male on a bond revocation warrant related to a past Driving While License Invalid offense. The arrest occurred at the courthouse.
  • A deputy served an arrest warrant on a 24-year-old male who was already confined in the jail. The warrant was for Burglary of a Vehicle.
  • A deputy transported a male from the Stephens County Jail to the Eastland County Jail, where he had other warrants to be adjudicated.

February 15

  • A deputy served a criminal mischief arrest warrant on a 40-year-old male at his residence in the 200 block of West Wheeler Street.
  • A deputy served an arrest warrant on a 32-year-old male at his residence in the 300 block of South Harding Avenue. The warrant was out of Parker County for Driving While License Invalid.
  • A deputy took a burglary of a building report on CR 262 where multiple tools were stolen.
  • The Sheriff, the Chief Deputy, and Breckenridge Police Department helped coordinate and lead an exercise at Breckenridge High School on active shooter responses for teachers and staff.

February 18

  • A deputy took an illegal dumping report on CR 270.

February 19

  • The Sheriff’s Office arrested a 35-year-old female when she came to the jail to visit her incarcerated boyfriend. The female had two capias warrants for allowing animals to run loose inside the city limits.
  • A deputy transported two male inmates from the Stephens County Jail to a prison near Abilene. The deputy then took custody of a 33-year-old male at the Taylor County Jail and transported him back to Stephens County Jail, where two Motion To Revoke Probation warrants for Evading Arrest and Resisting Arrest were served on him.
  • A deputy took a report of family violence between a son, a mother, and a step-dad. The incident occurred at a residence in the 2000 block of U.S. Highway 180 East.

February 21

  • The Sheriff worked with the Breckenridge Industrial Foundation and other community volunteers on creating a countywide Crime Stoppers reporting mechanism.

February 23

  • The Sheriff’s Office made a traffic stop on a vehicle as it pulled into the driver’s residence in the 600 block of CR 310. The 28-year-old female driver was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine), a fourth degree felony.
  • The Sheriff’s Office took a report of hit and run where a vehicle left the roadway and struck a barbed-wire fence. The vehicle left the scene without contacting law enforcement or the owner of the fence. The incident occurred on FM 717 South near CR 129.

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


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