The following reports are based on logs documenting calls received by Hopkins County emergency communications staff from 5:30 a.m. Tuesday to 5:30 a.m. Friday.
11:04 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to report a male subject was knocking on the door of her residence on State Highway 11 west in Sulphur Springs.
11:18 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to request dispatch call her husband to have him call her.
11:57 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs County Road 3345 resident reported a small grass fire that was getting bigger.
1:46 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported that someone broke into his sister’s house on CR 2302 in Sulphur Springs.
2:10 p.m.: A grass fire on the side of the road at State Highway 11 east off CR 2408 was called in by a Pickton man.
2:24 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man called to report loud music on CR 2437 in Sulphur Springs.
2:59 p.m.: A anonymous caller reported a grass fire at CR 1725 and CR 1174 in Sulphur Springs. Additional reports were made at 3:09 p.m. by a female caller and 3:11 p.m. by a male caller.
3:04 p.m.: An anonymous person called to request the phone number to a DL officer.
5:03 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman wanted to know her rights if her ex-husband didn’t bring her children back.
5:09 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to inform dispatch that she thought her propane tank was leaking.
5:24 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported that she saw a female driving with a child in her lap down South Broadway Street in Sulphur Springs.
7:15 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man requested to speak to an officer about a male subject who was threatening him.
8:05 p.m.: A Como woman reported that her husband hit her.
8:50 p.m.: An employee at a Sulphur Springs business called to report that she had a customer who wouldn’t leave then hung up because the customer left.
Wednesday 3:19 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported that a man had left her house in a call that was logged as a disturbance at a CR 2386 residence in Sulphur Springs.
4:33 a.m.: A Cumby woman in the 200 block of Commerce Street called to report that she could hear a loud motor and was not sure where it coming from. She was concerned it might start a fire.
9:05 a.m.: A Pickton woman called to report her husband was back in a call that was logged as a disturbance.
9:57 a.m.: Two callers reported illegal dumping, one at 9:57 a.m. on CR 2321 and the second at 10:07 a.m. on CR 3564, both in Sulphur Springs.
12:19 p.m.: An Emory woman called to report her stepfather threatened her at a location in Sulphur Springs.
12:35 p.m.: A Como man reported that he went to cash a check that was apparently bad.
3:27 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported that he hadn’t heard from his girlfriend in four days.
5:58 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported he wanted his car back from his ex-girlfriend.
7:02 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported a disturbance with her spouse.
7:25 p.m.: A Pickton woman reported that a male subject picked up her daughter from their house. The daughter allegedly met the man on SnapChat, call records read.
8:36 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man wanted whoever was riding four-wheelers on his property in Sulphur Springs to stop.
11:29 p.m.: A Pickton woman called to report that she had received a phone call from a female subject who said that her boyfriend was harming her.
11:30 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man called to speak to an officer; he stated that someone was trying to blackmail him for money.
11:40 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to report she could hear a big band in the back of the house and that the sound was rattling the house.
11:59 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported a vehicle had struck a telephone pole in Tira and someone was walking around. She called a second time at 12:05 a.m. Thursday.
10:05 a.m.: A Cumby man called to requesting a report on a motor vehicle accident during which he was hit while he was sleeping at a Cumby rest stop.
4:14 p.m.: A juvenile being transported or detained, going to probation, tested positive for COVID.
6:24 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to report she had not seen her daughter since Saturday.
8:27 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man called to report someone had been on his property at night.
10:05 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to report someone was at the neighbor’s house with a flashlight.
5:11 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman called to report that someone saw her 17-year-old child walking down the middle of the road and wanted someone to check on them.
Hopkins County communications operators answered 825 non-emergency calls, 139 calls for service and 89 emergency calls. Officers established two special patrols, filed nine offenses, and conducted one inmate transport between facilities and 56 traffic stops. Twenty-six people were booked into and 17 released from county jail, which held 187 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Friday.