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3 Arrested On Controlled Substance Charges Following 2 Separate Incidents
May22

3 Arrested On Controlled Substance Charges Following 2 Separate Incidents

Three people were arrested on controlled substance charges following two separate incidents and at least two others were jailed on warrants related to controlled substance charges over the past few days, according to arrest reports. Jackson Street Traffic Stop Brianne Sharisse Baldwin (HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Tanner Steward and Sgt. Todd Evans reported stopping a 31-year-old Sulphur Springs woman...

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Two Women, Three Men Jailed On Controlled Substance Or Related Charge
Mar10

Two Women, Three Men Jailed On Controlled Substance Or Related Charge

Two women and three men were jailed Tuesday, March 9, on either a controlled substance or related charge. One was arrested as a result of a traffic stop, one a disturbance and three were from warrant arrests, according to jail reports. Kyle Street Traffic Stop Sulphur Springs Police Department Officer Sean Hoffman conducted a traffic stop on a Toyota Corolla at 1:51 p.m. March 9 on Kyle Street at Texas Street. Kristina L. Ullman (HCSO...

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December 2020 Hopkins County Grand Jury Indictments
Dec10

December 2020 Hopkins County Grand Jury Indictments

The Hopkins County Grand Jury during the December 2020 session signed 54 indictments, pushing those cases forward for prosecutions. Approximately 75 percent of the cases were for controlled substance offenses, and the other 25 percent included stolen vehicle, evading arrest, theft, aggravated robbery, abandoning or endangering a child, money laundering and indecency with a child offenses. Fourth-seven people are named in the...

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HCSO: Emory Man Said Contraband Found In Pocket, Pants Not His
Jul11

HCSO: Emory Man Said Contraband Found In Pocket, Pants Not His

Brashear, TX July 10, 2020 – Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies arrested an Emory man who not only denied the contraband found in the pocket of the pants he had on were his, but claimed the pants were not his either, according to arrest reports. While completing a phone call just before 2 a.m. July 10, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Sgt. Scott Davis reported a dark colored car pull into Brashear Post Office parking lot off...

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