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SSPD Reminds Residents To Lock Vehicles, Hide Property
May05

SSPD Reminds Residents To Lock Vehicles, Hide Property

Sulphur Springs Police Department Tuesday morning reminds residents to lock vehicles and hide personal property to deter vehicle thefts and burglaries. SSPD responded to calls of vehicle burglaries in several different areas of town, as well as one vehicle theft. Among the areas where vehicle burglaries were reported were Austin Acres, Junell Drive and Westbrook Circle. A car was reported stolen from Carter Street. Police were still...

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Local Officials Remind Residents To Lock Vehicles
Mar26

Local Officials Remind Residents To Lock Vehicles

Sulphur Springs police and Hopkins County Sheriff’s officers urge residents to be sure to lock their vehicles and secure personal items, to guard against theft. Police have responded to several reports over the last few weeks of stolen vehicles and vehicle theft attempts. Most recently, one Chevrolet Silverado was reported stolen from a Jefferson Street business and another Chevrolet Silverado reported stolen in another county...

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Twenty-Three Unlocked Vehicles Vandalized Over Weekend
Jun27

Twenty-Three Unlocked Vehicles Vandalized Over Weekend

“Help me help you” a quote by Tom Cruise in the movie Jerry McGuire is the request of Sulphur Springs Police Chief Jay Sanders. Over the weekend 23 unlocked auto doors were opened and theft of property occurred according to Sanders. He is asking Sulphur Springs citizens to lock their car doors at night. The thefts are occurring at night and over the weekend the area bounded by Carter, Jefferson, and I-30 saw the most activity. Sanders...

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Residents Reminded To Secure Valuables, Lock  Doors To Reduce Risk Of Vehicle Burglaries
Aug11

Residents Reminded To Secure Valuables, Lock Doors To Reduce Risk Of Vehicle Burglaries

Sulphur Springs Police Chief Jason Ricketson Wednesday, after being made aware of a series of overnight vehicle burglaries in cities in other area counties, reminds local residents to take steps to secure valuables and lock doors to reduce the risk of becoming the victim of vehicle burglaries. SSPD Chief reminds people to take preventive measures against potential vehicle burglary According to area reports, both Mount Pleasant and...

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SSPD Reminds People To Secure Vehicles, Belongings To Reduce Likelihood Of Theft
Jul14

SSPD Reminds People To Secure Vehicles, Belongings To Reduce Likelihood Of Theft

Police Ask For Help Identifying 2 People Sulphur Springs Police Chief Jason Ricketson is reminding residents to secure vehicles and belongings to reduce the likelihood of becoming the victim of a vehicle burglary and theft. Police also are seeking the public’s help in identifying two people captured on video as well. “The last couple of nights we have had several vehicle burglaries of unlocked vehicles. Please remember to...

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GPS Monitoring System To Be Installed on County Emergency Response Vehicles
Dec23

GPS Monitoring System To Be Installed on County Emergency Response Vehicles

Dispatchers will soon be able to track movements of county emergency response vehicles, thanks to GPS monitoring system to be installed on fire department and sheriff’s vehicles. Hopkins County Commissioners Court approved at the recommendation of Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Tanner Crump a 36-month agreement with GPS Insight to put monitoring systems on up to 49 vehicles. The technology would essentially...

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New Patrol Vehicles, Civic Center Vending Machine, Payroll System Approved By Commissioners Court
Sep09

New Patrol Vehicles, Civic Center Vending Machine, Payroll System Approved By Commissioners Court

New patrol vehicles for the sheriff’s office, a vending machine and a new payroll system were among the items approved during the Sept. 8 meeting of Hopkins County Commissioners Court. New Patrol Vehicles Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Tanner Crump asked the Commissioners Court to consider approving a financing agreement for 7 Chevrolet Tahoes for the sheriff’s department. The SUVs would be financed for...

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Man Used 2 Vehicles, Including One Occupied By Woman and Infant, During Pursuit
Sep07

Man Used 2 Vehicles, Including One Occupied By Woman and Infant, During Pursuit

A 29-year-old Marlin Falls man allegedly used at least 2 vehicles, including one occupied by a woman and infant, during a pursuit that spanned two counties, involved a home burglary and two crashes early Saturday morning, according to arrest reports. No HCSO jail photo available Monday morning, Sept. 7, 2020, for Colby Garrett Good A deputy with Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office at 3:07 a.m. Sept. 5 attempted to stop a gold Mazda...

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Crash On The Downtown Square Results In Location Of 2 Stolen Vehicles, Clearing Of Vehicle Burglaries
May07

Crash On The Downtown Square Results In Location Of 2 Stolen Vehicles, Clearing Of Vehicle Burglaries

A vehicle pursuit that concluded with a crash on the downtown square Thursday morning has resulted in recovery of two stolen vehicles, multiple vehicle burglaries being cleared and three arrests, according to Sulphur Springs Police. Keaton Pierce Wilkerson (HCSO jail photo) Arrested were Keaton Pierce Wilkerson, 17, and a male juvenile on evading arrest or detention in a vehicle and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle charges; and...

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Update: Tip Results In Two Arrests And Recovery of Two Stolen Vehicles
Apr08

Update: Tip Results In Two Arrests And Recovery of Two Stolen Vehicles

A tip to Hopkins County sheriff’s officers Tuesday resulted in two arrests and recovery of two stolen vehicles, according to sheriff’s reports. Dalton Eugene Tucker Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies reported receiving a tip indicating where they might find a lime green tow truck that had been reported April 6 to Greenville Police Department as stolen, according to arrest reports. The stolen wrecker, valued at more...

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