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Stephens County Sheriff’s Office summary for June 3-16

June 17
08:08 2019

Stephens County Sheriff’s Summary

Calls for Service: 79
Civil Papers Successfully Served: 14
Inmates Currently Housed: 26

June 3

  • The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address in the 8200 block of FM 2231 West to serve an arrest warrant on a 49-year-old male. This warrant service was due to a Crime Stoppers tip that the wanted male was there. The Sheriff’s Office arrested the person without incident for a probation violation warrant related to a past charge of drug dealing.
  • A woman requested a criminal trespass warning be issued to her neighbor on CR 253 after the male neighbor would not leave her alone. A deputy issued the CTW.
  • A deputy transported a male inmate from the jail to a state prison unit near Abilene.

June 4

  • Sheriff Will Holt attended a police academy graduation in Wichita Falls for a new deputy who will be starting at the Sheriff’s Office soon.

June 5

  • A deputy investigated a domestic cat bite attack that occurred in the 11,000 block of Texas State Highway 67.
  • The Sheriff’s Office investigated a dog bite attack in the 1600 block of CR 223.

June 6

  • A deputy responded to the DPS office in the courthouse to serve an arrest warrant on a 26-year-old male. He was arrested without incident for a Possession of Marijuana warrant.
  • The Sheriff’s Office attended Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church in order to build community relationships with the children and staff.

June 7

  • A deputy transported a male inmate to a state jail facility near Jacksboro and then retrieved a prisoner from that same unit to bring him back to Stephens County Jail on a bench warrant.
  • A deputy observed a wanted person driving a vehicle on West Walker Street. The deputy initiated a traffic stop and arrested the 18-year-old male for two capias pro fine warrants for past speeding and MIP citations.

June 8

  • A deceased person was found floating in the Hubbard Creek Reservoir by other people boating on the lake. The deceased person had been fishing in the lake earlier in the day. He was identified as a 48-year-old male from Louisiana and temporarily living in Ranger for work purposes. No signs of foul play were found. The Justice of the Peace ordered an autopsy.
  • A deputy conducted a follow-up investigation regarding retaliation against a witness to a past crime.

June 11

  • A deputy investigated a dog bite in a home in the 1000 block of CR 309.

June 12

  • A deputy served an arrest warrant on a 29-year-old male for Insufficient Bond for a past charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The male was already in jail when this warrant was served.
  • A female resident of 215 S. Newton Ave. asked for a criminal trespass warning to be issued to a female who lives on North Jackson Avenue after an altercation occurred. A deputy issued the CTW.
  • The sheriff worked in a meeting for Crime Stoppers to continue to refine the reward calculation and payout process.

June 13

  • A deputy responded to the 1900 block of State Highway 67 where copper wire was stolen from an oil and gas site.

June 15

  • The Sheriff’s Office responded to a disturbance involving a gunshot fired on CR 138. A male and female were contacted at a residence on that road. The 39-year-old male was arrested for a two count warrant out of Comanche County for Organized Criminal Activity. The 40-year-old female was arrested onsite for Hindering Apprehension of the above wanted male.

June 16

  • A deputy responded to a hit and run accident on FM 207, where a vehicle drove through a fence and then left the scene. The investigation is on-going.

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.


Information provided by the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office.

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