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Michigan Pair Arrested After Counterfeit Cash, Marijuana Found During I-30 Stop
Aug28

Michigan Pair Arrested After Counterfeit Cash, Marijuana Found During I-30 Stop

5 Memphis Men Jailed On Multiple Charges Each, Including Marijuana and ID fraud A Michigan pair was arrested Friday morning after a trooper found counterfeit cash and marijuana in their vehicle during an I-30 traffic stop, according to arrest reports. Five men out of Memphis, Tennessee were also arrested one week earlier for having contraband that included a stolen firearm, marijuana, a controlled substance and ID that didn’t...

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Man Accused Of Trying To Pay For Service At Tire Shop With Counterfeit Cash
Feb10

Man Accused Of Trying To Pay For Service At Tire Shop With Counterfeit Cash

At least two men were arrested Saturday on felony charges following a complaint of someone trying to pass counterfeit money at a local tire shop, according to police reports. Officers were allegedly told by the complainant at the West Industrial Drive tire business that a man at the location had attempted to pay for services with counterfeit money. Nathan Daniel Cain Officers reportedly spoke with the suspect, 36-year-old Nathan...

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Counterfeit Money Complaint Results In 2 Misdemeanor Arrests
Jun06

Counterfeit Money Complaint Results In 2 Misdemeanor Arrests

A complaint of counterfeit money being passed at an Industrial Drive business Wednesday night resulted in a Sulphur Springs man and woman being arrested on one misdemeanor charge each. Sulphur Springs police conducted a search in reference to the report of a counterfeit $100. A search of the 48-year-old Sulphur Springs man allegedly revealed less than 2 ounces of marijuana in his possession. Consequently, he was arrested at 9:12 p.m....

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California Woman Arrested for Controlled Substances, Counterfeit Bill
Jul19

California Woman Arrested for Controlled Substances, Counterfeit Bill

The only passenger in the backseat of a 2017 Honda Accord stopped for a traffic violation by a Hopkins County deputy was 37-year old Marnelyn “Jazmin” Pablo of Stockton California. She was not wearing her seat-belt. A probable cause search revealed the former Special Education Teacher Assistant; Founder, President and CEO of M & J Helping Hands, Inc, an organization to empower women; Creative Consultant at The Skor,...

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Attempt to Pass Counterfeit $100 Bill Thwarted at Local Fast Food Establishment
Oct17

Attempt to Pass Counterfeit $100 Bill Thwarted at Local Fast Food Establishment

Sulphur Springs Police were called to a local fast food establishment when a customer in the drive-thru attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill. The local officer made contact with the individuals in the car in the drive-thru. Barbara Jean Moore, 32, of Terrell told the officer that she had attempted to pass the counterfeit bill. Moore was arrested on a Felony 3 charge of Forgery Government/National Inst/Money/Security and is being...

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Felon with Firearm and Counterfeit Bills Arrested Monday
Jun06

Felon with Firearm and Counterfeit Bills Arrested Monday

Roddric Katrell Dill, 23, was westbound on I-30 when he met Sgt Harry Washington and Deputy Adrian Pruitt, who were working interdiction Monday. Dill was found to be in possession of a firearm. However, as a felon, that was unlawful. Upon further investigation, it was found that Dill had over $5,000 in counterfeit bills taped to his upper body. Dill is in Hopkins County Jail charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon...

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Tennessee Man Brought Back to Hopkins County On Warrants
Jan27

Tennessee Man Brought Back to Hopkins County On Warrants

January 27th, 2023 – Eric Montreal Anderson a.k.a. EBG-Ejizzle, a resident on Memphis, TN was brought back to Hopkins County by Sheriff’s deputies on several outstanding warrants. Deputies traveled to the Horry County Jail in South Carolina to retrieve the accused. Anderson fancies himself a rapper, and has had more than few run-ins with law enforcement. A records check revealed Anderson was serving time for a Grand...

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Redesigned Texas Temporary Tags Start Going Out Today
Dec09

Redesigned Texas Temporary Tags Start Going Out Today

News Release — December 9, 2022 Security And Data Enhancements Will Further Reduce Fraudulent Tag Use AUSTIN, Texas – Texans will start seeing new temporary tags on the road beginning today. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) is introducing a new look for tags that are issued by licensed Texas motor vehicle dealers. This action further supports ongoing efforts that have made a significant impact in preventing the...

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Texas DMV Announces Upcoming Deployment Of Redesigned Temporary Tags
Nov17

Texas DMV Announces Upcoming Deployment Of Redesigned Temporary Tags

DMV News Release: Nov. 17, 2022 Enhanced Security and Data Enhancements Would Further Reduce Fraudulent Tag Use (AUSTIN, Texas – November 17, 2022) Texas temporary tags are getting a major design overhaul. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) is introducing a new look for tags that are issued by licensed Texas motor vehicle dealers. This is the next step in ongoing efforts that have made a significant difference in...

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Trick-or-Treat, Do You Know The Difference Between Prescription and Fentanyl Pills?
Oct19

Trick-or-Treat, Do You Know The Difference Between Prescription and Fentanyl Pills?

Johanna Hicks By JOHANNA HICKS, Texas AgriLife Extension Agent for Family & Community Health in Hopkins County, [email protected] This Halloween holiday, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) are teaming up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Watch UR BAC program to spread awareness on the fentanyl epidemic spreading across our state. There is an alarming increase in the...

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