Breckenridge Texan

Stephens County Sheriff’s Office summary for Sept. 7-15

September 17
08:58 2019

Sheriff’s Summary

Calls for Service: 83
Civil Papers Successfully Served: 29
Inmates Currently Housed: 25

Sept. 7

  • The Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a disturbance on CR 201. One of the involved people was a 22-year-old female who had a warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia. She was arrested and transported to the jail.
  • A burglary of a building report was made in the 7200 block of U.S. Highway 180 West.

Sept. 9

  • A deputy took an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle report on CR 313, where a known juvenile had stolen a vehicle.
  • A deputy arrested a 36-year-old female at the Law Enforcement Center for a traffic warrant.
  • Deputies arrested a wanted male juvenile near the intersection of 100 N. Dairy Ave. and West Walker Street. The juvenile had a directive to apprehend issued for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. The juvenile was then transported to a juvenile detention center in another town.
  • The Sheriff’s Office transported a male inmate from the county jail to a prison near Abilene.

Sept. 11

  • A deputy traveled to a mental hospital in Big Spring to retrieve a female who had a judicial bench warrant issued for her. The deputy transported the female back to Stephens County Jail.

Sept. 12

  • A deputy made a traffic stop near FM 3099, and the two occupants in the vehicle exited quickly. Methamphetamine was found where they walked when exiting. The suspects were identified and the investigation is on-going.

Sept. 13

  • Two deputies attended the first responder recognition at the football pep rally, which was in memory of Sept. 11, 2001. The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Breckenridge ISD and the community for their expressed appreciation.

Sept. 14

  • Sheriff Will Holt trained members of First Baptist Church and other attendees in the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course. If your church, business or club would like to know how to respond to an active attacker, come by the Sheriff’s Office or call 254-559-2481 to book a training date.

Sept. 15

  • A burglary of a home that was being remodeled was reported. Thousands of dollars of tools were stolen from the job site. If you have any information about where the tools are or who committed the crime, you can report details anonymously to Stephens County TX Crime Stoppers at or call the Sheriff’s Office at 254-559-2481.

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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