Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County law enforcement and fire department activity from 5:30 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday included:
12:22 p.m.: Police were called to Walmart in Sulphur Springs regarding a man who had allegedly walked past the last point of sale without paying for items, according to reports. Police located the man in question, a 50-year-old Quitman man, with $397 worth of goods he had allegedly not paid for. He was taken to jail on charges of theft between $100 and $750 and later released, according to records.
1:36 p.m.: A caller reported a burglary in progress at Cricket Wireless in Sulphur Springs.
1:38 p.m.: Police were dispatched to adult probation in order to arrest Thea Colynn Patterson, 18, of Sulphur Springs on charges that she had violated bond in relation to charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, according to reports. Patterson was booked into jail and bond was denied, according to records.
4:07 p.m.: Police arrested Shelby Jo Williamson, 33, of Sulphur Springs on an outstanding warrant for surety of possession of a schedule one controlled substance, 1-4 grams. Williamson was at her home and taken to jail without incident, where she remains and is not bond eligible, according to records.
4:33 p.m.: Police responded to a call about a disturbance at a motel at 1529 Industrial Drive east for reports of a man driving a black Dodge Ram recklessly in the parking lot. Upon police arrival, they located a 39-year-old Azle man standing next to the truck. The man allegedly had a smell of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his person and refused standardized field sobriety tests. Police determined the man was a danger to himself or others and booked him into jail on charges of public intoxication. He was later released, according to records.
11:33 p.m.: Police arrested a 36-year-old Sulphur Springs man on Highway 154 south near the city limits on Friday after a caller advised the man had fled from a home in the 2200 block of Broadway Street. According to reports, the man advised he was walking to his mother’s house and believed he was on State Highway 19 south. Police determined the man was a danger to himself or others and booked him into jail on charges of public intoxication. He was later released, according to records.
12:08 a.m.: Police responded to a report of a vehicle crashing into a parked car in the 300 block of Merrell Street and reportedly found a 42-year-old Sulphur Springs man as the driver of the moving vehicle, according to reports. After they allegedly found the man to be unsteady on his feet, he allegedly refused standardized field sobriety tests and was taken to the hospital before being booked into jail on charges of driving while intoxicated, third or more offense. He was later released on a $10,000 bond, according to records.
12:45 a.m.: Police responded to 309 Helm Lane for reports of a man shouting and banging on vehicles, according to 911 call logs. Police arrested Nicholas Aaron Helms, 24, of Sulphur Springs on charges of assault causing bodily injury on a family or household member after speaking to the female house member and allegedly noticing wounds on her consistent with an assault. Police also determined that Helms allegedly had defense marks on him consistent with a physical struggle, according to reports. Helms was taken into custody to prevent more violence, according to police, and was released on a $2000 bond.
9:50 a.m.: Police responded to a call about an active criminal trespass and allegedly observed a 24-year-old man and his 24-year-old wife, both of Como, walk into the store. After checking with dispatch police learned that both parties had outstanding criminal trespass warrants and were not allowed to be at Walmart. They were arrested on charges of criminal trespass, and the man was also booked on charges of driving with an unrestrained child under the age of 8. Both were later released on $1,000 bonds each, according to records.
11 a.m.: Deputies transported Elmer Junior Crosby, 25, of Greenville from the Polunsky Unit prison in Polk County to HCSO without incident, according to reports. Crosby has outstanding charges for manufacture or delivery of a schedule one controlled substance between 1 and 4 grams in a drug-free zone and assault causing bodily injury to a family member, according to records. Crosby remains in HCSO jail on $45,000 worth of bonds, according to records.
11:07 a.m.: A caller reported that welders caught the pasture on fire near County Road 2473 in Como and people were unable to get out. The fire was extinguished by 11:49 a.m.
1:34 p.m.: Cumby police and HCSO deputies located Cody Earl Lee, 22, of Cumby at his home in the 300 block of Frisco Street and booked him on an active warrant for charges of violation of parole possession of a schedule one controlled substance less than 1 gram. Lee remains in jail and is not bond eligible, according to records.
2 p.m.: Deputies transported Justin Scott Sewell, 26, of Como, from the Luther Unit prison in Grimes County to HCSO without incident, according to reports. Sewell has outstanding charges for felony possession of a schedule one controlled substance less than 1 gram, according to records. Sewell remains in HCSO jail and is not bond eligible, according to records.
5:46 p.m.: Four callers reported a one-vehicle accident on Interstate 30 near mile marker 112 in Cumby, where a car hit the guardrail.
6:05 p.m.: DPS troopers arrested a 26-year-old Nashville, Tennessee man after pulling him over for a routine traffic stop near Interstate 30 mile marker 126, and he allegedly could not produce a valid ID, according to reports. The man was released the next day, according to records.
7:21 p.m.: A caller reported that someone in the 6000 block of State Highway 19 south was burning large amounts of styrofoam. The responsible party was given a citation.
10:07 p.m.: Deputies arrested a 35-year-old Winnsboro man after a routine traffic stop at the Country Boys cafe in Como found he had an outstanding warrant out of Hopkins County for violation of parole possession of a schedule one substance less than 1 gram.
9:56 a.m.: A caller reported an approximately 500-square-foot grass fire near County Road 1218 in Brashear. The fire was extinguished by 10:26 a.m.
12 p.m.: A 42-year-old Sulphur Springs man turned himself in to HCSO on outstanding charges of parent contributing to truancy and theft, according to reports. He was later released, according to records.
1:15 a.m.: A caller reported a “loud humming from the ag shop” at Miller Grove school and believed machinery had been left on. The information was given to MGISD’s school resource officer.
Hopkins County communications operators answered 603 non-emergency phone calls, 158 calls for service and 93 emergency calls. For the 72-hour period from 5:30 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday, officers issued five citations, filed three offenses and conducted 17 special patrols, one funeral escorts and 62 traffic stops. Twenty-one people were booked into and 22 released from county jail, which held 148 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Monday.