For the Record - Feb. 8, 2020

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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

Wednesday

A 45-year-old Sulphur Springs woman was arrested at her College Street residence on multiple warrants for weeds and unsightly vegetation, inoperative vehicle on premises and vacant structures and land. Officers were dispatched to the residence in reference to a complaint about tethered dogs. The woman was found to have active warrants and was taken into custody. She was released from jail Thursday, according to arrest reports and jail records.

Thursday

2:23 p.m.: A 48-yearold Sulphur Springs woman was arrested during a traffic stop in the 1400 block of College Street on a warrant for open container: possession of alcoholic beverage. She was found to have an active warrant and was taken into custody. No bond was set, and she was released Friday, according to reports.

SHERIFF

Wednesday

12:57 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a suspicious vehicle on the westbound Interstate 30 service road in Cumby. A caller reported a man was trying to sell home theater equipment.

6:43 p.m.: Deputies assisted the Sulphur Springs Police Department investigating a report of someone driving around shooting a gun in the area near Fuller Street.

3:29 p.m.: Justin Arley Bryant, 20, of Sulphur Springs was arrested at his residence on Interstate 30 for a probation violation on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Bond was denied, and Bryant remained in custody as of press time Friday, according to arrest reports and jail records.

Thursday

1:25 a.m.: Deputies responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident on FM 275 south in Cumby, along with Cumby Police Department, Cumby VFD and Hopkins County Fire personnel. A caller reported a hole in the side of a building that looked like a car drove through it.

9:35 p.m.: Tammy Marie Scott, 59, of Como was arrested at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital in Sulphur Springs on an Ocean Springs, Missouri charge of exploitation of a vulnerable adult. Deputies were reportedly notified Scott was possibly at a Como residence, and they attempted to serve a warrant. Scott allegedly ran into the bathroom at the residence and swallowed multiple pills. She was transported to the emergency room, where she was medically cleared before being arrested on the warrant. No bond was set, and Scott remained in jail as of press time Friday, according to reports.

10:04 a.m.: Deputies received a report of harassment at a County Road 4716 residence. A woman reported neighbors were harassing her and her son.

5:38 p.m.: A Cumby woman reported someone broke into her shed and a chainsaw was missing on Donelton Street.

6:50 p.m.: Deputies received a report of fraud/ scam artist/forgery. A man reported someone scammed him and hacked his computer.

7:04 p.m.: Deputies received a report of criminal mischief or vandalism at a County Road 4577 residence. A man reported arriving home to find his side-by-side vandalized. 9:12 p.m.: Deputies received a report of a suspicious vehicle on County Road 2420 in Pickton. A woman reported a gray pickup had been driving in front of her house at different times all day.

9:57 p.m.: Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance or family violence at a County Road 1436 residence. People were in a verbal fight over a truck and an iPad.

9:58 p.m.: Ronald Edwin Otto, 61, was arrested at the Hopkins County Sheriff ’s Office after turning himself in on a probation violation warrant for possession of less than 1 gram of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance. Bond was denied, and Otto remained in custody as of press time Friday, according to reports.

Hopkins County communications operators answered 527 non-emergency phone calls, 80 calls for service and 39 emergency calls. For the period from 5:30 a.m. Wednesday to 5:30 a.m. Friday, officers filed one offense and conducted 10 inmate transfers between facilities, one funeral escort, one special patrol and eight traffic stops. Thirteen people were booked into and 19 released from county jail, which held 156 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Friday.