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Arkansas Man Caught Violating Protective Order
Oct02

Arkansas Man Caught Violating Protective Order

A 38-year-old Pine Bluff, Arkansas man was caught violating a protective order early Thursday morning, police alleged in arrest reports. Sulphur Springs police stopped a Nissan Altima at 12:03 a.m. Oct. 1 on Interstate 30 east near mile marker 132 for a traffic violation. Upon identifying the passenger, officials learned a protective order had been issued prohibiting the 38-year-old Pine Bluff, Arkansas man from being around the...

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California Man Accused Of Violating Protective Order
Aug31

California Man Accused Of Violating Protective Order

Hopkins County – August 28, 2020 – A 60-year-old San Diego, California man was accused of violating a protective order Friday night. No HCSO jail photo available for Warren Dell Shaw Sulphur Springs Police Cpl. Chris Rosamond reported stopping Warren Dell Shaw around 10:25 p.m. August 28 on Interstate 30 on mile marker 127 for speeding in a rented Ford Edge. A records check showed Shaw to be wanted by San Diego authorities...

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Man Allegedly Contacted Woman Named In Protective Order 95 Times By Phone
Jul03

Man Allegedly Contacted Woman Named In Protective Order 95 Times By Phone

Landon Dee Harness (HCSO jail photo) A 25-year-old Sulphur Springs man allegedly contacted a woman named in a protective order 95 times by phone. Landon Harness, according to jail reports, has been in custody at Hopkins County jail since his arrest June 21 for allegedly threatening his girlfriend at a South Broadway Street store. Harness allegedly struck the rearview mirror inside his girlfriend’s vehicle, damaging not only the...

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Arkansas Man Back In Jail After Allegedly Violating A Protective Order
Apr22

Arkansas Man Back In Jail After Allegedly Violating A Protective Order

A 47-year-old Texarkana, Arkansas man is back in jail for allegedly violating a protective order less than a week after being released from custody, according to arrest reports. A Sulphur Springs Police officer reported being flagged down at 12:38 a.m. April 22 by a citizen, who reported the man was in violation of a protective order. The police man and another officer responded at a Park Circle Drive address, where they did indeed...

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Man Accused Thursday Of Threatening His Mother In Jail Saturday For Violating Protective Order
Mar28

Man Accused Thursday Of Threatening His Mother In Jail Saturday For Violating Protective Order

A 33-year-old Sulphur Springs man ended up back in jail less than 24-hours after being released. He was accused early Saturday morning of violation bond and a protective order, issued after he allegedly threatened to bash his mother’s face in Thursday night. The 33-year-old was jailed Thursday night, March 26, after allegedly threatening to injury his mother at her residence. Based on the fact that the man had previously been...

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Governor’s Executive Order GA-34 Lifts Mask Mandate, Allows Businesses To Open at 100 Percent Starting March 10
Mar02

Governor’s Executive Order GA-34 Lifts Mask Mandate, Allows Businesses To Open at 100 Percent Starting March 10

After almost a full year of COVID-19 restrictions, Governor Greg Abbott today issued Executive Order (GA-34) lifting the mask mandate in Texas and increasing capacity of all businesses and facilities in the state to 100 percent starting next Wednesday, March 10, 2021. The Governor made the announcement in Lubbock on Tuesday, March 2. Texas Governor Greg Abbott “With the medical advancements of vaccines and antibody therapeutic...

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Meters, Grants, Protective Gear Among Topics Discussed By Cumby City Council
Jan14

Meters, Grants, Protective Gear Among Topics Discussed By Cumby City Council

Cumby City Council members discussed a number of topics, including water meters, grant opportunities, safety equipment and gear for city employees. The meeting was conducted at the municipal building, with room for 10 in-person attendees only, but made available to others via Zoom videoconferencing. Water Meters Doug Simmerman Mayor Doug Simmerman, during the Tuesday night meeting, asked the Cumby City Council to consider potentially...

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Man Accused Of Shooting A Woman With An Air Rifle
Aug13

Man Accused Of Shooting A Woman With An Air Rifle

A 27-year-old Sulphur Springs man accused of shooting a woman with an air rifle was jailed Thursday evening on an assault charge, according to arrest and jail reports. Sulphur Springs Police reported responding at 9:50 p.m. Aug. 12, 2021, on South Moore Street to a disturbance in which a woman was alleged to have been shot in the leg with BB gun. The address was one in where officers on another shift were told an assault had occurred...

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Sulphur Springs Man Allegedly Choked His Girlfriend Twice
Aug02

Sulphur Springs Man Allegedly Choked His Girlfriend Twice

Bridgeport Woman Accused Of Swinging Golf Club At Someone Among those jailed on felony assault charges over the weekend was a 24-year-old rural Sulphur Springs man who allegedly choked his girlfriend twice and a 51-year-old Bridgeport woman accused of swinging a golf club at someone, according to arrest reports. County Road 3511 Assault Jorge A. Roque-Hernandez Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Aaron Chaney and Justin...

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FM 2285 Assault Complaint Results In Felony Warrant Arrest
Apr21

FM 2285 Assault Complaint Results In Felony Warrant Arrest

A FM 2285 assault complaint resulted in a felony warrant arrest Tuesday afternoon, according to arrest and sheriff’s reports. Yvonne Yvette Lozano (HCSO jail photo) Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Bobby Osornio and Sgt. Richard Greer responded at 3:23 p.m. to a report of a fight between two females in progress on FM 2285. One woman allegedly had the other in a headlock and assaulted the second woman when she tried...

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