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Stephens County Sheriff’s Office Summary for Feb. 25-March 8

March 11
07:39 2020

Sheriff’s Office Summary

Calls for Service: 91
Civil Papers Successfully Served: 26
Inmates Currently Housed: 21

February 25

  • A deputy responded to a theft call on County Road 260. Cash and cigarettes were reported stolen. The female suspect was identified and later issued a citation for the theft.
  • A delayed report of a stolen toolbox was made. The crime allegedly occurred on Lowell Avenue.
  • A report of criminal mischief was made on Lowell Avenue, where the victim advised a window had been broken by a rock intentionally thrown by a neighbor.
  • Stephens County Sheriff Will Holt attended a meeting in Mineral Wells on joining the Fort Worth Fusion Center. The fusion center is a law enforcement and terrorism intelligence hub that allows agencies in this part of Texas to share information and real-time data.

February 26

  • A deputy made a traffic stop on US Highway 180 West. The 52-year-old driver was arrested for two traffic warrants out of the City of Breckenridge.

February 27

  • A deputy made a traffic stop on East Walker Street. The male driver was arrested for the on-site charge of possessing a Falsification Drug-Screen Device and cited for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The male passenger was arrested for an Evading Detention/Arrest warrant and for Possession of a Drug Paraphernalia.

February 28

  • A deputy learned of a wanted female. He contacted her at work, and asked her to turn herself in after she was off-duty. The 48-year-old female did so. The warrant was related to child support.
  • Sheriff Holt taught the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course to the West Central Texas Municipal Water District at their local office and yard.

February 29

  • The Sheriff’s Office teamed up with Breckenridge Police Department to serve arrest warrants on a 33-year-old male in the 1500 block of West Walker Street. The following warrants were served: Burglary of a Habitation, Evading Arrest/Detention, and three Violations of Protective Orders.

March 2

  • A deputy arrested a 26-year-old male for a warrant out of Throckmorton County. The warrant was related to an Evading Arrest charge.
  • A deputy took a report of criminal mischief to a camper trailer in the 5300 block of US Highway 180 West.

March 5

  • A deputy made a warrant arrest at the Stephens County Courthouse on a 40-year-old male. The warrant was for Forgery of a Financial Instrument on an Elderly Person.
  • The Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to County Road 309 for a stabbing between a girlfriend and a boyfriend. The known female suspect had left the scene prior to our arrival. She was contacted in Breckenridge by the Police Department at the S.O.’s request. The S.O. then interviewed her at the LEC. She was initially arrested for a warrant out of Cisco for Public Intoxication. Then the next day, in the jail, she was served an arrest warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon – Family Violence for the above stabbing.
  • A deputy served three warrants on a 39-year-old male who was already confined in the Stephens County Jail. The warrants were for: Assault on a Peace Officer, Resisting Arrest/Detention, and Assault Causing Bodily Injury.

March 6

  • A deputy served an arrest warrant on a 33-year-old male who was already confined in the Stephens County Jail. The warrant was for Theft of Property.
  • A deputy served a federal arrest warrant on a 29-year-old male who was already confined in the Stephens County Jail. The arrest warrant was for Conspiracy to Possess a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver.

March 7

  • A deputy responded to a criminal trespass report where two males were riding four-wheelers on private property on FM 1852, as well as the highway itself. The two males were contacted and issued Criminal Trespass Warnings for the private property address.
  • A deputy made a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 180 West near the lake. The male driver was arrested for DWI.
  • The Sheriff’s Office made consensual contact with a vehicle and its two occupants after it left a known location for methamphetamine transactions. The male driver of the vehicle was arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Driving While License Invalid.

March 8

  • Chief Deputy Kevin Roach taught the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) to members of the Elliott Street Church of Christ. The Sheriff’s Office is always ready and willing to teach CRASE to any church, business, school, or organization.


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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