At least six people were jailed in the past 3 days on charges for offenses against others and warrants related to offenses alleged to have been committed against others.
Surrender At HCSO
Juan Ivan Valles turned himself in at Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office jail at 8:35 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, 2022, The 43-year-old Sulphur Springs man was escorted by Deputy Thomas Patterson into Hopkins County jail, where he was booked in on an injury to a child warrant, according to arrest reports.
Friday was not the first time Valles has been arrested on an offense involving a child. He was arrested Jan. 11, 2022, on a continuous sexual abuse of a child charge. He was released from jail Jan. 13, 2022, on a $200,000 bond on the felony warrant, according to arrest and jail reports.
Cesar Emilio Andino was taken into custody and escorted into the county jail by Deputy Josh Davis at 8:55 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, 2022, to serve a commitment on an aggravated sexual assault of a child charge. The length of the commitment was not noted in arrest reports. The offense, however, was alleged in the arrest report to have occurred on Oct. 19, 2022.
Friday was not the first time the 44-year-old Sulphur Springs man has been in Hopkins County jail for an alleged sex offense. Andino was booked into the county jail Sept. 14, 2021, on a warrant for aggravated sexual assault. He was released from jail Sept. 17, 2021, on a $250,000 bond on the aggravated sexual assault charge, according to jail records.
CR 1138 Assault
HCSO Deputy Kevin Lester responded at 9:45 a.m. Friday at Miller Grove school, for an assault complaint.
A female was reported to have been assaulted by a 21-year-old Cumby man at their County Road 1143 residence earlier in the morning. The man allegedly slammed the woman against the wall, ripped her purse off her arm causing visible bruising and a welt. He reportedly left her at the school and went home.
Lester then went to the CR 1143 residence, where the woman’s vehicle was parked, but he was unable to contact the suspect. Lester went back to the school where the woman was located. HCSO Sgt. Richard Greer met him there and the two returned to the CR 1143 residence.
While searching for the man at the residence, deputies reported finding several items of drug paraphernalia in the residence and confiscated them. The 21-year-old returned to the property through a pasture south of the residence while the deputies searched the home for him. Deputies took Jameek Montres Pryor into custody and began escorting him to a patrol vehicle.
On the way, Pryor allegedly began yelling and resisting officers’ efforts. He allegedly tried to pull away from them in order to speak to the victim. Deputies reported taking him to the ground, then assisted him up and continued escorting him to the patrol vehicle.
Once inside the vehicle, Pryor resumed yelling toward the woman. Once secured in a seatbelt, Lester began transporting Pryor to the county jail. Pryor then began yelling and screaming for water and tried to kick out the vehicle window. Lester stopped and gave him water. The man calmed down and was transported to the county jail without further incident, Lester noted in arrest reports.
Pryor was booked into Hopkins County jail at 1:09 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 for assault of a family or household member, a charge enhanced to a third-degree felony due to a 2019 conviction, according to arrest reports.
Dallas County Jail Transfer
Chad Alando Collins was taken into custody at Dallas County jail at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022, and transferred to Hopkins County jail. The 49-year-old Seagoville man was escorted into jail by Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Hooten and booked in at 3:57 p.m. Thursday on the warrant for violation of probation on an assault of a public servant conviction. His bond was recommended at $150,000, according to arrest reports.
The arrest makes at least the third time he has been jailed locally for violating probation on the April 2015 assault charge, according to arrest and jail records.
According to court records, Collins was indicted in May 2015 by the Hopkins County Grand Jury on an assault of a peace officer charge, for allegedly kicking a sheriff’s deputy on April 12, 2015. He spent the night in jail April 12, 2015, on the assault charge as well as a second offense DWI charge; he was released from jail April 13, 2015 on a $15,000 bond on the assault of peace officer charge and a $5,000 bond on the DWI charge, according to jail records.
He served a weekend commitment in the county jail Aug. 5-7, 2016, on the assault of public servant charge. He was returned to the county jail Nov. 5, 2017, for violation of probation on both the assault and DWI charge, as well as a Tarrant County possession of marijuana warrant; still in the county jail on Jan. 9, 2018, a misdemeanor Hopkins County criminal mischief warrant was added to the list of charges he was accused of. Collins was released from the county jail on all four charges on Feb. 12, 2018, HCSO jail records show.
The Seagoville man then spent Dec. 23, 2020 through March 24, 2021 in Hopkins County jail for violation of probation on the assault of public servant charge, according to jail reports.
District Court Arrest
Samuel Tanner Earle was taken into custody by jailer Courtney Steward at 11:01 a.m. Oct. 19, 2022, in the District Courtroom on accident involving injury and bond revocation on a stalking charge, according to arrest reports.
The court docket show the 25-year-old Sulphur Springs man was scheduled to appear in District Court during the 9 a.m. session on a motion to proceed on the accident involving injury charge and for arraignment on the stalking charge, the court docket shows.
Earle was arrested March 15, 2021 on the accident involving injury charge; he spent the night in jail and was released the next day on a $10,000 bond. He indicted in May 2021 by the Hopkins County Grand Jury on that charge.
The 25-year-old Sulphur Springs man was arrested on Aug. 18, 2022, on the stalking charge. He was accused of trying to contact his ex-girlfriend at a hotel, where she was reportedly trying to hide from him because of his continued harassment of her. He’d been warned numerous times over the two days prior to the incident not to contact his ex either by phone or in person again. When he failed to heed the police warning, officer arrested him for stalking, Sulphur Springs Police Sgt. Matt Glenn alleged at the time.
Earle was served with a with a warrant for violation of probation which he was on for the March 15, 2021 accident involving injury, according to jail reports. He remained in the county jail until Sept. 8, 2022 on both charges; bond was set at $15,000 on the stalking charge and $50,000 on the probation charge, according to jail reports.
Arrested At Work
A 44-year-old Sulphur Springs man was located at his place of work by Sulphur Springs Police. The officers took him into custody at the Pioneer Parkway address at 3:15 p.m. Oct. 19, 2022, and transported him to the County jail.
The man was booked in on a warrant for terroristic threat/family violence, for allegedly threatening to kill his ex-wife. His bond was recommended at $5,000 cash on the Class A misdemeanor charge, according to arrest reports.
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