Two Sulphur Springs residents were accused of credit or debit card abuse over the weekend, according to sheriff’s reports.
Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Jason Lavender spotted Jonathan Wayne Smith standing behind a Honda at his rural Sulphur Springs residence and took him into custody Saturday, Nov. 21 on the warrant. The 23-year-old was booked into Hopkins County jail on the felony credit or debit card abuse warrant at 4:45 p.m. Nov. 21.
Smith was released from Hopkins County jail Sunday, Nov. 22, on a $10,000 bond on the warrant.
HCSO deputies received a tip a 28-year-old woman wanted on a credit or debit card abuse warrant could be found at a local motel. Deputy Kevin Lester and Sgt. Richard Greer went to the motel, where Heather Marie Anderson was located in a room as was reported.
Because she is pregnant, the woman’s handcuffed hands were placed in front of her instead of behind her, then she was transported at 4:08 p.m. Nov. 21 to Hopkins County jail. She was then transported to jail on the warrant; the offense was alleged to have occurred on Sept. 28, 2020,on FM 1567 east, according to arrest reports.
Anderson was released from the county jail Sunday, Nov. 22, on a $10,000 bond on the credit or debit card abuse charge, according to jail reports.