Recently released from Hopkins County Jail after posting bail for multiple charges, Katelin Leann Gumpert, 24, was arrested Monday night as a result of yet another routine traffic stop. The stop occurred around the 300 block of Church Street shortly after 7 p.m. Monday when officers learned of two warrants out for Gumpert that were issued by the Special Crimes Unit.
Gumpert was wanted for Possession of Controlled Substance greater than 1 gram and less than 4 grams in a Drug Free Zone and Possession of Controlled Substance less than 1 gram in a Drug Free Zone. Sulphur Springs Police Department Investigator Mark Estes and Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Tony Crouse arrested Gumpert and transported her to the Hopkins County Jail.
Gumpert sits on $60,000 total bond with $40,000 for Possession of a Controlled Substance greater than 1 gram and $20,000 for Possession of a Controlled Substance less than 1 gram. Friday, March 5th, Gumpert posted bail totaling $40,000 for previous charges that led to her arrest during a traffic stop on March 4th: $20,000 for Abandonment and Endangerment of a Child, $10,000 for Delivery and Manufacturing of a Controlled Substance, and $10,000 for Possession of a Controlled Substance less than 1 gram.