Goodson Sentenced To 25 Years For Failure to Appear,  10 Years On Felony DWI Conviction
Sep16

Goodson Sentenced To 25 Years For Failure to Appear, 10 Years On Felony DWI Conviction

Eighth Judicial District Judge Eddie Northcutt sentenced 50-year-old man Larry Tyrone Goodson to 10 years imprisonment on a third or more driving while intoxicated conviction and 25 years for failure to appear, according to court reports. Larry Tyrone Goodson On Aug. 17, 2021, Goodson pled guilty before Judge Northcutt to the July 5, 2020 third or more driving while intoxicated offense and a June 7, 2021 bail jumping and failure to...

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Crump Sentenced to 5 Years for Bail Jumping and Failure to Appear
Sep01

Crump Sentenced to 5 Years for Bail Jumping and Failure to Appear

September 1, 2018 – Bail Jumping and Failure to Appear resulted in a five year sentence in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for Keri Amanda Crump, 29, of Sulphur Springs. She was sentenced Friday afternoon in Eighth Judicial District Court, according to Clay Harrison, Assistant District Attorney. Keri Amanda Crump The charge of Bail Jumping and Failure to Appear was the result of Crump not appearing for her second day of...

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Crump Captured; Faces Possible Failure to Appear Indictment
Dec15

Crump Captured; Faces Possible Failure to Appear Indictment

December 15, 2017 – Hopkins County Sheriff’s Investigators and deputies apprehended Keri Amanda Crump, 28, of Sulphur Springs, Friday morning in Rowlett, Texas. Crump has been on the run after she failed to appear the second day of her jury trial last week. Although not present for the second day of her trial Tuesday December 12, 2017, a Hopkins County Jury found Crump guilty of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group...

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Failure to Appear on Sentencing Date Results in 15 Years Not 10
Aug03

Failure to Appear on Sentencing Date Results in 15 Years Not 10

Justin Pendergraft, 33, of Sumner, Texas pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 1-gram but less than 4-grams and was to be sentenced to 10 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice if he turned himself in on his sentencing date. He had agreed to the terms. However, he did not appear and on Wednesday was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Pendergraft was speeding on South Loop 301 when DPS...

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Failure to Appear Leads to Bigger Problems
Nov24

Failure to Appear Leads to Bigger Problems

November 24, 2016 – When a Hopkins County Deputy arrested Claston Wayne Bearden on two Justice of the Peace Court warrants, the deputy found several 22-caliber bullets in Bearden’s pants pockets. A quick records search at dispatch showed Bearden had been convicted of a felony. He and the Deputy went to Bearden’s residence where they found a .22-rifle. Bearden is being held on a $10,000 bond for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm...

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Campbell Back in Hopkins County Jail for Failure to Appear, Bail Jumping Endangerment of a Child Charges
Sep10

Campbell Back in Hopkins County Jail for Failure to Appear, Bail Jumping Endangerment of a Child Charges

Jeremy Don Campbell, 29 of Sulphur Springs is in Hopkins County Jail charged with Failure to Appear-Abandon Endanger Child Imminent Danger Bodily Injury and Bail Jumping Failure to Appear. He is being held on $150,000 bond for bond forfeiture in the failure to appear and $50,000 for bail jumping.He was arrested at the Dallas County jail.   Campbell and his wife are charged with endangerment with eminent bodily injury of an 8-month old...

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Gotcher Returned To County Jail For At Least 7th Time For, Or On Charges Related To, Sex Offender Failure To Register Offenses
Jan15

Gotcher Returned To County Jail For At Least 7th Time For, Or On Charges Related To, Sex Offender Failure To Register Offenses

A 32-year-old Sulphur Springs man is back in Hopkins County jail for at least the seventh time for, or offenses related to, sex offender failure in fulfilling duty to comply with requirements for him to register annually for life. Joe Anthony Dewayne “Jojo” Gotcher (HCSO jail photo) Joe Anthony Dewayne “Jojo” Gotcher was transported by Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Amanda Weatherford from...

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Failure to Use Turn Signal Leads to Drug Arrest
Oct16

Failure to Use Turn Signal Leads to Drug Arrest

Failure to use a turn signal resulted in the arrest of Ragan McKenzie Box, 20, of Sulphur Springs. Hopkins County Deputies made the traffic stop at the intersection of CR 3529 and FM 67 Sunday. Box did not have a valid driver’s license and both Box and her passenger appeared nervous and their story did not seem credible. During the interview at the scene, Box admitted to having methamphetamine in her purse. She is charged with...

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Illinois Man Receives Maximum Sentence On FTA/Bail Jumping Charge
Dec09

Illinois Man Receives Maximum Sentence On FTA/Bail Jumping Charge

ADA: Defendant’s 3 Ex-Girlfriends From Other States Testified, Alleged Offenses From 5 Other States Presented During Sentencing Hearing A 54-year-old Illinois man, described by prosecutors as “a guy comparable to the one depicted in Netflix’s special ‘The Tinder Swindler,”’ received the maximum sentence for failure to appear in court on a May 2020 stolen vehicle charge during a hearing held this week in the 8th Judicial District...

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Impatient Driver Arrested on Main Street
Aug22

Impatient Driver Arrested on Main Street

August 22, 2023 – Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies noticed a black Dodge pickup truck traveling on Main Street this week. The driver, 49 year-old THERESA GALE GARCIA, was known to have a Failure to Appear warrant issued for her arrest. GARCIA, THERESA GALE, June 2023 As deputies observed Garcia, she continued to travel on Main street eventually coming to a red light. Deputies observed Garcia pull around and pass a vehicle...

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