For the Record - Dec. 14, 2019

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Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County law enforcement and fire department activity from 5:30 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. Friday included:

POLICE

Thursday

4:25 p.m.: A 39-year-old Sulphur Springs man was arrested at the Sulphur Springs Walgreens on warrants for failing to maintain financial responsibility, expired registration and no driver’s license. Officers were reportedly dispatched to the location for suspicious activity. The man was identified and the warrants confirmed through communications. He was released Friday, according to arrest and jail reports.

SHERIFF

Wednesday

10:21 a.m.: Deputies received a report of suspicious activity on County Road 1172. A caller reported a subject was trying to sell asphalt to homeowners.

5:15 p.m.: Eric Mitchell Rawson, 29, of Quit-man was arrested at the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office on a bond revocation warrant for a January 2019 charge of abandoning or endangering a child with criminal negligence. No bond was set, and Rawson remained in custody as of press time Friday, according to arrest and jail reports.

Thursday

4:57 p.m.: Deputies received a report of suspicious activity on County Road 2415. A woman reported a white 4x4 pickup was driving up and down the road.

5:04 p.m.: Deputies received a report of fraud, scam artist or forgery. A woman reported someone called her bank claiming to be her husband and made changes to her account.

11:08 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a disturbance or family violence at a Cumby residence. There were no weapons, and the female complainant had a busted lip. Cumby PD responded.

3:03 a.m.: Deputies spoke to a man who said his ex-girlfriend would not return his car, and he wanted it back.

10:53 p.m.: Cory Layne Belz, 35, of Sulphur Springs was arrested at the Hopkins County jail following a bond revocation on a charge of possession of less than 1 gram of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance. Belz remained in custody as of press time Friday, according to arrest and jail reports.

Hopkins County communications operators answered 508 non-emergency phone calls, 89 calls for service and 42 emergency calls. For the period from 5:30 a.m. Monday to 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, officers filed six offenses, issued one citation and conducted three inmate transfers between facilities, one special patrol and 29 traffic stops. Ten people were booked into and 18 released from county jail, which held 147 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Friday.