A 32-year-old Texarkana man was jailed in Hopkins County on a Bowie County warrant, according to arrest and jail reports.
Cumby Police Lt. Paul Robertson conducted a traffic stop on an eastbound Volkswagen Passat at 2 p.m. Sept. 9, 2021, on the south Interstate 30 service road. A records check by dispatch using driver Brian Jesse Minniefield’s ID information revealed a Bowie County warrant for the 32-year-old Texarkana, Texas man’s arrest, Cumby Police Officer Christopher K. Hall noted in arrest reports.
After the warrant was confirmed, the Texarkana man was arrested on the Bowie County warrant for deadly conduct, specifically discharging a firearm. CPD Officer Hall responded at the location, took Minniefield into custody, and transported him to Hopkins county Criminal Justice Center, where he was booked 4:25 p.m. Thursday on the on the Bowie County warrant, according to arrest and jail reports.
Minniefield was held without bond in Hopkins County jail Friday evening, Sept. 10, 2021, on the third-degree felony Bowie County warrant, according to jail reports.
Bowie County jail records show Minniefield to have been arrested and jailed in the Bi-State Detention Center more than a dozen times in the past 14 years, mostly on unpaid traffic charges. He most recently spent the night March 29, 2021, in the BSDC on a Bowie County “jail sanction/deadly conduct charge.”
The Texarkana man was first arrested on Aug. 9, 2019, for deadly conduct-discharge of a weapon. He was arrested by Texarkana Police on Nov. 27, 2020, for failure to appear in court as ordered on the deadly conduct charge. On June 15, 2021, an order was filed to modify the conditions of his bond on the charge. A request to revoke his bond on the charge and calling for his arrest was made on July 26, and a warrant was issued Aug. 2, 2021, for Minniefield’s arrest on the deadly conduct charge. The 32-year-old Texarkana man was arrested on march 30, 2021, on a jail sanction related to the charge, according to the Bowie County Court and Jail records.