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Carrolton Man Attempted To Pass A Forged Check At Sulphur Springs Bank
Feb26

Carrolton Man Attempted To Pass A Forged Check At Sulphur Springs Bank

A 40-year-old Carrollton man allegedly attempted to pass a forged check, at a South Broadway Street bank during the noon hour Feb. 25. He then allegedly compounded his troubles by taking off running when police arrived and called for him to stop just inside the bank. After a short chase, Christopher Andrew Stachel was taken to the ground and arrested. He was suspected to be impaired from methamphetamine; a pipe of the kind used to...

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3 Sentenced In District Court On Controlled Substance Charges, 1 On Firearm And 1 On Assault Charge
Feb25

3 Sentenced In District Court On Controlled Substance Charges, 1 On Firearm And 1 On Assault Charge

Five individuals were sentenced in the 8th Judicial District Court this week, three on controlled substance charges, and one each on firearm and assault charges, according to the court reports and the District Attorney’s Office. Micah Wayne Reynolds Micah Wayne Reynolds was accused of two counts of assault of a family or household member with previous conviction. The 36-year-old Sulphur Springs man was arrested in March 2020 for...

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Free Bottled Water Available To Anyone Without Water Or Still Under Boil Water Notice
Feb24

Free Bottled Water Available To Anyone Without Water Or Still Under Boil Water Notice

Free bottled water is available to any local residents or businesses without water following last week’s winter weather, especially those who do not have water because they are still waiting for a plumber or materials to repair broken pipes at their residence or business. In Sulphur Springs, residents or businesses can stop by Sulphur Springs Police Department, 125 South Davis St. to get some free bottled water. Those unable to...

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Scales, Pipes And Methamphetamine Found Following A South Broadway Street Traffic Stop
Feb24

Scales, Pipes And Methamphetamine Found Following A South Broadway Street Traffic Stop

Crack and methamphetamine pipes, scales and suspected meth were found following a South Broadway Street traffic stop Tuesday afternoon, resulting in one controlled substance arrest, according to police reports. Tiffany Dawn McCrary (HCSO jail photo) A 40-year-old Sulphur Springs woman caught police attention for failure to drive in a single lane while texting on a cell phone and was notably nervous when stopped by Sulphur Springs...

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Trooper Caught Man Assaulting Woman In Vehicle
Feb24

Trooper Caught Man Assaulting Woman In Vehicle

A 34-year-old Sulphur Springs man resident was arrested after a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper caught the man assaulting a woman in a vehicle Monday night, according to arrest reports. Sulphur Springs Police Department received a 911 call just before 8:30 p.m. Feb. 22 from a state trooper who reported seeing a man in a white Ford F-150 pickup assaulting a female who was inside the truck at a restaurant in the 100 block of...

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Crash Investigation Leads To Resisting Arrest or Detention Charge
Feb22

Crash Investigation Leads To Resisting Arrest or Detention Charge

A crash investigation lead to a 25-year-old Mount Vernon man being jailed around Sunday morning on a Class A misdemeanor resisting arrest, search or transport charge, according to arrest reports. Sulphur Springs Police responded in the 1700 block of Houston Street around 6:45 a.m. responded to a report of a possible crash. An officer located a person slumped over the steering wheel of a Ford pickup, where he appeared to be sleeping....

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Man Listed As Missing Person Arrested At Walmart On FBI Warrant
Feb22

Man Listed As Missing Person Arrested At Walmart On FBI Warrant

Three people were arrested at Walmart over the weekend, including a man listed as a missing person who also had an outstanding FBI warrant, according to police reports. Sulphur Springs Police responded at Walmart 3:26 p.m. Feb. 20 in reference to a theft report. A 48-year-old man and 45-year-old woman were reported to have taken more than $100 worth of merchandise. The pair were issued criminal trespass warnings for the store and...

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City Extends Water Reward Period 24-Hours
Feb21

City Extends Water Reward Period 24-Hours

Locating Major Breaks, Temporarily Shutting Off WSC Water Proving Effective In Refilling Sulphur Springs’ Water Towers The City of Sulphur Springs is extending the reward period to 7:08 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, for the 1 million gallons of free water for the first person who calls in any major water break. The award period offered for 24-hours starting Saturday night was to expire at 7:08 p.m. Sunday. While the city water towers...

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Maxwell: 3 Water Rewards Claimed So Far, NHWSC Water Back On, Towers Are Filling
Feb21

Maxwell: 3 Water Rewards Claimed So Far, NHWSC Water Back On, Towers Are Filling

City Manager Encourages Water Customers To Keep Reporting Major Water Leaks To Help Fix Issues, Fill Towers, Claim Reward The City of Sulphur Springs announced Saturday night water rewards of 1 million gallons of free water is offered for the first person who calls in any major water break by 7:08 p.m. Sunday. As of 8:20 a.m. Sunday, 3 city leaks had been found and 3 water rewards claimed. The reward is offered in an effort to head...

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February 2021 Grand Jury Indictments
Feb20

February 2021 Grand Jury Indictments

A Hopkins County Grand Jury during the February session signed approximately 90 indictments naming at least 70 people. Offenses ranged from aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, abandoning or endangerin ga child, assault of a pregnant person, assault on a security officer, and sexual assault of a child to stalking, theft, evading arrest, stolen vehicle, firearm, burglary, controlled substance and felony DWI charges. In some cases...

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