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3 Transferred From Other Facilities On Felony Hopkins County Warrants

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A least three people were transferred from other facilities to Hopkins County jail on felony Hopkins County warrants; one woman was also arrested in Hopkins County on a felony warrant, according to arrest reports.

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Amanda Weatherford was notified two men were being held in Kansas jails on one Hopkins County felony warrant each.

Quantez Raymone Berry (HCSO jail photo)
Brian Neil Faram (HCSO jail photo)

Weatherford traveled to Kansas and took 47-year-old Quantez Raymone “Twig” Berry of Kansas City, Kansas into custody at 3:37 p.m. April 12, 2021, at Johnson County jail on outstanding warrants for an obstruction or retaliation charge, and not taking care of four traffic citations and one for possession of drug paraphernalia. She then continued to Franklin County, Kansas, where she took 46-year-old Brian Neil Faram of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma into custody at 5:18 p.m. April 12, 2021, on the warrant for violation of probation on a Sept. 18, 2006, possession of 4 ounces or more but less than 5 pounds of marijuana charge, according to arrest and jail reports.

Weatherford then transported both men to Hopkins County jail, where they were booked just before 1 a.m. Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Faram was held without bond in Hopkins County jail late Tuesday, April 13, on the charge.

Adrian Jamaal Godbolt (HCSO jail photo)

Adrian Jamaal Godbolt was transferred from Hunt County Sheriff’s Office t 2:30 p.m. April 12to Hopkins County jail, where he was booked for violation of probation, which the 39-year-old Sulphur Springs man was on for possession of 1 gram or more but less than 4 grams of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance charge. The violation was alleged to have occurred on Feb. 24, 2021, according to arrest reports.

Godbolt was held in Hopkins County jail late Tuesday, April 13 on the charge. The arrest was the sixth time he has been jailed in Hopkins County for violating probation on a controlled substance possession charge since 2016, according to jail reports.

Charla Nicole Tillery (HCSO jail photo)

Sulphur Springs Police officers responded on South Moore Street to a medical call in which a female was reported to be disoriented. Hopkins County EMS responded and transported Tillery to the hospital.

Dispatchers then advised officers that Tillery was wanted for violation of parole on an assault of public servant charge. SSPD Sgt. Brandon Mayes went to the hospital and waited until Tillery was cleared by medical professionals. He then took the 38-year-old woman into custody around 1:45 p.m. April 12 and transported her to jail, where she was booked on the warrant, according to arrest reports.

Tillery, who is also known by Charlie Hale, Charlie Nickel, Nicole Charlie and Charla Nicole Howk, remained in jail late Tuesday, April 13, 2021, according to jail reports. Monday was the fourth time she’s been arrested for violation of parole on the charge since August of 2020. She also was booked on Dec. 13, 2018 for violation of parole on an assault of public servant charge. She was jailed Sept. 16, 2017 on two assault of public servant charges, according to jail records.

Author: Faith Huffman

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