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2 Sulphur Springs Men, 1 Rowlett Man Jailed On Warrants

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Two Sulphur Springs men was jailed over the weekend after surrendering to sheriff’s officers, and a Rowlett man taken into custody by police on a warrant, according to arrest reports.

Troy Glen Fouse

Troy Glen Fouse, 52, of Sulphur Springs turned himself in at 4:35 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 5, at the sheriff’s office on a warrant for a July 19, 2019 offense. He was escorted Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Bobby Osornio into the county jail, where he was held on the warrant from Austin Parole Board for violation of parole, according to arrest reports. He also has two outstanding traffic warrants for failure to maintain financial responsibility and expired registration, according to jail reports.

Fouse, according to arrest reports, has an extensive criminal history dating back to 1984 in Hopkins County. Sunday marked at least the fifth time Fouse has been arrested and held in the local jail for violation of parole; he served from Sept. 7 through Dec. 14, 2005; Feb. 27-April 9, 2014; Feb. 26-April 7, 2015; April 27-June 2, 2016; and Aug. 30-Oct. 12, 2017 in the county jail, according to jail reports.

A 31-year-old Sulphur Springs man also turned himself in at the sheriff’s office at 2:55 a.m. Monday, Jan. 6, on two misdemeanor warrants, according to arrest reports.

Deputies escorted the man into the county jail, where he was booked on family violence assault causing bodily injury and interference with an emergency request for assistance warrants, according to arrest reports. The offenses were alleged in arrest reports to have occurred on Nov. 19, 2019.

The Sulphur Springs man was released from the county jail late Monday morning on $5,000 bond on the assault charge and $2,000 bond on the other charge, according to jail reports.

Sulphur Springs police officers responding to a complaint of suspicious activity complaint in the 1200 block of South Broadway Street located a Rowlett man at 1:14 a.m. Jan. 5. The 26-year-old man was identified and found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest for not taking care of a possession of delivery of drug paraphernalia charge, police alleged in arrest reports.

The Rowlett man was released from the county jail later Sunday on the charge, according to jail reports.

Hopkins County Law Enforcement Center, 298 Rosemont St., Sulphur Springs, Texas
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Author: Faith Huffman

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