Bad Check Pays For 3rd Degree Felony

Timothy Randall Mayo

Timothy Randall Mayo, 45

Timothy Randall Mayo, 45, of Bonham, Texas, was arrested at his residence Wednesday afternoon on a warrant for Theft of Livestock. According to Special Ranger Tony Hurley, Mayo wrote a check to the Sulphur Springs Livestock and Dairy Auction sale barn for a cattle purchase in February, but it turned out to be a worthless check and therefore Mayo committed a 3rd degree felony theft.

Hurley arrested Mayo at his Bonham residence and took him to the Bonham Police Department where a magistrates hearing was held by Fannin County Justice of the Peace Royce W. Smithey. Mayo was then transported to the Hopkins County Jail where he now sits on $40,000 bond for a 3rd Degree Felony Theft of Livestock, less than 10 head of cattle valued at less than $30,000.

Author: Staff Reporter

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