Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office summary for August 19-September 1

September 03
07:45 2019

Sheriff’s Weekly Summary

Calls for Service: 86
Civil Papers Successfully Served: 20
Inmates Currently Housed: 36

August 19

  • Sheriff Will Holt attended the monthly crime stoppers board meeting.

August 21

  • Sheriff Holt presented active shooter training to staff and leadership of the First United Methodist Church. The specific training is called Civilian Response to Active Shooter Training (CRASE). The Sheriff’s Office can give this same training to any group or organization. Simply call 254-559-2481to schedule the two-hour session.

August 22

  • Two deputies served an arrest warrant at 201 N. Jackson Ave. against a 19-year-old female. The warrant was related to a past charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 for methamphetamine.
  • A deputy was bailiff for the monthly CPS court hearings.

August 23

  • A deputy served an arrest warrant at the Stephens County Jail on 47-year-old John Arthur Noble IV. The warrant was for Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. The warrant was served after Noble was arrested in Roswell, New Mexico, and then transported back to Stephens County.
  • A deputy served as bailiff for the monthly Attorney General child support court hearings.

August 25

  • The Sheriff’s Office and Breckenridge Police Department served an arrest warrant on a 39-year-old female at 11174 U.S. Highway 180 West. The capias warrant was for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
  • The Sheriff’s Office made a traffic stop on West Walker Street that resulted in the arrest of the 49-year-old driver for the following charges: Possession of Marijuana less than two ounces, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (syringe), No Vehicle Insurance, Expired Vehicle Registration, and Failure to Update Address on Driver’s License.

August 26

  • The Sheriff’s Office responded to an address on FM 3201 based off of a crime stoppers tip for a wanted person. A 45-year-old female was arrested for a warrant related to the past offense of Injury to a Child. Remember that Stephens County TX Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for tips that lead to arrests.

August 28

  • Two deputies responded to a family violence disturbance on CR 335, where two sisters were in a physical altercation. The female who was the aggressor was arrested for assault family violence. At the jail, it was discovered that she was also in possession of marijuana less than two ounces. She was then charged with that offense, too.
  • Four separate offenses of vandalism have occurred on CR 146 over the last week. County owned road signs have been damaged. If you have any information about the suspects in these cases, please call the Sheriff’s Office or report anonymously to Stephens County TX Crime Stoppers at1-877-500-TIPS.

August 30

  • A deputy traveled to the Palo Pinto County Jail to arrest a 20-year-old male on a bench warrant for a motion to adjudicate a past offense. The man was transported back to Stephens County Jail, where he is currently.

September 1

  • A deputy responded to a mutual combat fight at The Rocks on CR 277. Two subjects, a 30-year-old female and a 31-year-old male, were arrested for Disorderly Conduct Fighting. Once at the jail, the woman assaulted a detention officer and was also charged with felony Assault on a Public Servant.

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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