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Sulphur Springs Man Accused of Assaulting His Girlfriend
Jun22

Sulphur Springs Man Accused of Assaulting His Girlfriend

A 37-year-old Sulphur Springs man is accused of assaulting his girlfriend at their residence by impeding her breathing, according to police reports. Sulphur Springs Police Officer Chad Norris was dispatched to 600 block of South League Street, where an assault had been reported. Upon arrival, Norris contacted the alleged victim, a 32-year-old female resident, according to arrest reports. While investigating, Norris was told the...

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2 Men Jailed On Felony Warrants
Jun22

2 Men Jailed On Felony Warrants

Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched twice Thursday evening to the adult probation office on Hinnant Street to arrest individuals on felony out-of-town warrants, according to arrest reports. Dylan Blake Ingram HCSO Sgt. Shea Shaw was dispatched to the adult probation office to serve 23-year-old Dylan Blake Ingram of Point with a Rains County warrant for possession of less than 1 gram of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance Shaw,...

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Hopkins County Records for the Week of June 21, 2019
Jun21

Hopkins County Records for the Week of June 21, 2019

Hopkins County Clerk’s Office, 128 Jefferson Street, Suite C Land Deed Transactions Paul E. Payne to Annalee M. Trevino; tract in the TG Birdwell surveyRay Grimes and V. Annis Grimes to Duane Swasso and Jamie Swasso; tract in the Thomas Tovar surveyCarol Lee Susat to John Heilman; tract in the RH Scott surveyJohn Heilman to Carol Susat; tract in the RH Scott surveyJohn H. Heilman to Danielle Berry and John Berry; tract in the RH...

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Channel 18 News:  Friday, June 21, 2019
Jun21
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Annual SSISD Boys and Girls Soccer Camp Coming Next Week
Jun21

Annual SSISD Boys and Girls Soccer Camp Coming Next Week

The Sulphur Springs ISD soccer camp for boys and girls is on the schedule next week. It’s coming up Monday through Thursday (June 24-27) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. each day in the Multipurpose Building at Sulphur Springs High School. The camp is designed for boys and girls who will be entering kindergarten through the ninth grade. Cost is $55 per camper but former Lady Cat Soccer Coach Joel Bailey says parents with several kids at...

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Irving Man Arrested On Felony DWI Charge Following I-30 Traffic Crash
Jun21

Irving Man Arrested On Felony DWI Charge Following I-30 Traffic Crash

Eric Stephen Gambrell A 56-year-old Irving man reportedly involved in a crash was arrested Thursday afternoon for felony driving while intoxicated. Sulphur Springs police responded to a reported crash on Interstate 30 west at mile marker 127 at 3:13 p.m. Thursday. SSPD Officer Adrian Pruitt contacted 56-year-old Eric Stephen Gambrell of Irving upon arrival, the officer noted in arrest reports. Pruitt alleged Gambrell was unsteady on...

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Fort Worth Woman Arrested In Hopkins County On Haltom City Robbery Charge
Jun21

Fort Worth Woman Arrested In Hopkins County On Haltom City Robbery Charge

Lesley Shavonne Allen A Fort Worth woman was arrested in Hopkins County late Thursday night on a Haltom City robbery charge, according to police reports. Sulphur Springs Police Officer Cleve Williams reported stopped a Chrysler Sebring on Interstate 30 east at mile marker 130 for a traffic violation. A records check using the passenger’s information showed 40-year-old Lesley Shavonne Allen of Fort Worth to be wanted by Haltom...

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County Emergency Responders Participate In Mock Disaster Drill
Jun21

County Emergency Responders Participate In Mock Disaster Drill

Emergency responders worked together Friday morning to practice, assess and hone their emergency skills in the field during drill simulating a mock disaster. Hosted in the Gerald Prim/Hopkins County Civic Center Pavilion parking lot and within Sulphur Springs ISD Athletic Complex, officials reacted as if dispatched to areas in which a tornado had occurred. Multiple people sustained varied levels of injuries, from the walking wounded...

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You’re Invited to Cooper Lake State Park ‘Doctor’s Creek’ for Concert, Nature Walk, Free Park Admission
Jun21

You’re Invited to Cooper Lake State Park ‘Doctor’s Creek’ for Concert, Nature Walk, Free Park Admission

Cooper Lake State Park On Saturday June 22, 2019, Cooper Lake State Park’s ‘Doctor’s Creek’ Park will re-introduce the public to this wonderful resource during a free admission day. You will be welcome to enjoy the park and lake all day at no charge. Organized activities will begin at 7pm with a nature program “Skins and Skulls: Mammals of Northeast Texas” will be presented for all ages by Park...

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“Victims” Being Prepped For Local Disaster Drill
Jun21

“Victims” Being Prepped For Local Disaster Drill

“Victims” were being prepped Friday morning for the upcoming “disaster drill”, set for Friday June 21. The drill will be held near the Sulphur Springs High School area. If you notice a number of response vehicles and personnel in that area, rest assured it is part of a State-recommended effort which evaluates our local response to various scenarios that may arise during a disaster, and to test the capability of local...

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