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SSPD: Man Who Pulled Out In Front Of Patrol Car Had No Driver’s License
May14

SSPD: Man Who Pulled Out In Front Of Patrol Car Had No Driver’s License

A Sulphur Springs man who allegedly pulled out of a Gilmer Street parking lot about 7:30 p.m. Monday¬† in a Ford F250 pickup in front of a police officer’s patrol car ended up in jail. Police detained the truck for failure to yield. While he had the man stopped, the city officer discovered the 48-year-old did not have a driver’s license, resulting in the man’s arrest on the charge. The man was taken to jail; his truck...

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Sulphur Springs City-Wide Spring Clean Up Announced For April 12-17
Mar23

Sulphur Springs City-Wide Spring Clean Up Announced For April 12-17

Sulphur Springs residents will have an opportunity next month to get rid of unwanted most household items during the city’s annual City-Wide Spring Clean Up. The clean up will be conducted 1/4-mile east of Flowserve from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, April 12 through Saturday, April 17. This is a good opportunity to get rid of trash or other items that cannot be picked up at the curb. Among the items typically discarded are tree...

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Man Caught In Stolen Vehicle With Others’ Military ID, Driver’s License
Jan11

Man Caught In Stolen Vehicle With Others’ Military ID, Driver’s License

A 41-year-old man was caught in a stolen vehicle with methamphetamine and others’ military ID and driver’s license early Monday morning, according to police reports. Joseph Todd Billingsley (Montgomery County Ohio Jail photo, 2018) Sulphur Springs Police responded just before 12:30 a.m. Jan. 11 in the 300 block of Helm Lane, to suspicious vehicle report; a person was reported to have been in the vehicle for a while,...

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Nearly Half Of November Indictments Were For Drug, Alcohol Offenses
Nov21

Nearly Half Of November Indictments Were For Drug, Alcohol Offenses

Approximately 100 indictments were signed during the November 2020 Grand Jury session, pushing those cases forward for prosecution. Approximately half of the November 2020 indictments were for drug, alcohol and related offenses. (Click here for the other half of the November 2020 indictments.) In some instances, individuals were accused of more than one offense. Adam Joshua Hodges (HCSO jail photo) Adam Joshua Hodges was named in nine...

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Vehicle Burglaries And Thefts Cleared Within 12 Hours Of HCSO Notification
Nov16

Vehicle Burglaries And Thefts Cleared Within 12 Hours Of HCSO Notification

Vehicle burglaries and thefts were cleared with two arrests and recovery of stolen property in less than 12 hours of the offenses being reported to Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office, according to Sheriff Lewis Tatum. Sheriff Lewis Tatum credits the quick work of Investigator Dennis Findley, Sgt. Todd Evans and the patrol officers in locating the suspects and the stolen items, and commends their efforts. Findley said deputies were...

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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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Schedule For Phased Opening Of Driver License Offices Announced
May22

Schedule For Phased Opening Of Driver License Offices Announced

Offices In Sulphur Springs Area Listed In Phase 3 Of Plan DPS, Governor’s Office News Release AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott announced that the Texas Department of Public Safety will begin a phased opening of driver license offices starting May 26, with limited service offerings. As part of this opening plan, DPS will launch a statewide driver license appointment system that allows customers to book appointments...

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I-30 Traffic Stops By DPS Net 3 Misdemeanor Arrests
Jan06

I-30 Traffic Stops By DPS Net 3 Misdemeanor Arrests

Three interstate traffic stops conducted by Texas Department of Public Safety highway patrol troopers in Hopkins County over the weekend resulted in three misdemeanor arrests, according to arrest reports. Texas Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol vehicle A 27-year-old Texarkana Arkansas woman stopped for equipment violation on a Hyundai Sonata at 10:13 p.m. Jan. 5 at mile marker 132 was found to be wanted on a Dallas County...

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Nolanville Woman Jailed In Bell County On 3 Felony Hopkins County Warrants
Nov01

Nolanville Woman Jailed In Bell County On 3 Felony Hopkins County Warrants

Brandy Lyn McCullough Brandy Lyn McCullough, 34, of Nolanville, Texas was held in Bell County jail until Oct. 31 for bond forfeiture on two Hopkins County possession of controlled substance charges and on one tampering with government, school record, license, seal or permit charge, according to arrest reports. Hopkins County sheriff’s office was notified and sent an officer Oct. 31 to transport McCullough to Sulphur Springs,...

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Bicyclist Arrested On Misdemeanor Warrant, Controlled Substance Charge
Oct17

Bicyclist Arrested On Misdemeanor Warrant, Controlled Substance Charge

Marco Antonio Orduna A 23-year-old Sulphur Springs man reportedly stopped for riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the road ended up in jail Wednesday afternoon on a misdemeanor warrant and for methamphetamine possession, according to arrest reports. The man reportedly caught Sulphur Springs Police Department Special Crimes Unit Sgt. Joe Scott’s attention by his bicycle on the wrong side of the road against traffic, thus he was...

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