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7 Sentenced In District Court Thursday, May 28
May29

7 Sentenced In District Court Thursday, May 28

Seven individuals were sentenced in district court hearings conducted Thursday afternoon, May 28, via Zoom video conferencing due to required COVID-19 measures in place. District Judge Eddie Northcutt was located in the 8th Judicial District Courtroom, the defendants at Hopkins County jail, defense attorneys at either the county jail or courtroom, and Assistant District Attorney Matt Harris and Court Reporter Jana Rushing at other...

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Pickton Man Jailed For Second Time In Less Than A Year On Felony Charge
Mar07

Pickton Man Jailed For Second Time In Less Than A Year On Felony Charge

Sulphur Springs Police Lt. Pat Leber was dispatched Friday afternoon to the Adult Probation Office, where a wanted person was reportedly located. Upon arrival, Leber learned Cameron Lynn Bain was wanted for violation of probation, according to arrest reports. Cameron Lynn Bain Leber took the 26-year-old Pickton man into custody at 1:28 p.m. and transported him to Hopkins jail on the warrant for violating probation, which he was on for...

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Grand Jury Signs 40 Indictments During August Court Session
Aug06

Grand Jury Signs 40 Indictments During August Court Session

The Hopkins County Grand Jury during the August session signed at least 40 indictments naming at least 32 different individuals in the charges, including four individuals accused of more than one offense and in other instances more than one person implicated in the same offense. The majority of the indictments were for alleged controlled substance charges. The rest range from abandoning or endangering a child and assault of a family...

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Pickton Pair Accused of Possessing Heroin, Methamphetamine
Jun06

Pickton Pair Accused of Possessing Heroin, Methamphetamine

Cameron Lynn Bain Cameron Lynn Bain, 25, and Rebecca Mae Matlock, 22, both of Pickton, were arrested at Brashear Post Office early Wednesday morning on two possession of controlled substance charges. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Chaney, while patrolling around 12:30 a.m. June 5 in Brashear, reported seeing vehicles parked at Brashear Post Office, which he found suspicious for that time of night, so he went to...

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