For the Record - June 20, 2020

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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.


6:32 a.m.: A Como woman reported her ex assaulted her the previous night and she wanted to file a report.

9:53 a.m.: A Dike woman reported a subject had not contacted her about repaying a bad check. She called back at 10:46 a.m. to report she was receiving threats from the subject.

11:29 a.m.: The emergency department at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital-Sulphur Springs reported a Saltillo woman was assaulted by her boyfriend at approximately 3 a.m. Investigators filed an incident report.

12:51 p.m.: A Miller Grove woman reported that her purse was missing from her home on FM 1567 west and someone other than her or other residents had burned a burn pile on the property.

1:38 p.m.: A woman reported she had a bill of sale for a vehicle reported stolen.

2:09 p.m.: A Pickton woman reported her nephew was “using [her] mother and damaging walls.” He had been asked to leave the residence.

2:12 p.m.: Pct. 4 employees reported kids were messing up work being done on FM 71 at CR 4767.

2:26 p.m.: Deputies responded to a report of someone “causing a problem at the Brashear Store.”

4:05 p.m.: A Mabank woman reported she bought a kayak from a subject in Como. She paid for the kayak before pickup, but the subject would not give her the kayak.

5:31 p.m.: A Pickton woman reported someone on a four-wheeler stops at the same spot in the tree line on CR 3310 daily for 10-15 minutes each time.

6:23 p.m.: A woman reported her uncle was on her CR 3518 property around 6 p.m., and she wanted a restraining order.

6:36 p.m.: A Cumby man called 911 to report he moved a mattress out of the roadway near the Cumby ball fields.

7:49 p.m.: A woman reported finding items missing when she returned to her residence on FM 69 south.

10:14 p.m.: A Como woman reported someone keeps doing donuts in her driveway on CR 2425.


1:14 a.m.: A Cumby woman called 911 to report her niece had been staying at the residence on CR 2653 at CR 1152, but the caller wanted the niece gone. A second caller at the residence also called 911 at 3 a.m. to report she had run out of gas and again at 3:20 a.m. to request a welfare check on her children at the residence.

4:02 a.m.: A Pickton man called 911 to report he was being blackmailed to post something on Facebook.

3:46 p.m.: A Paris woman called to report she wanted an inmate to stop calling her fiancé.

4:34 p.m.: A Como woman reported her daughter just witnessed someone stealing their satellite dish.

4:48 p.m.: A man called 911 to report a burglary at his residence on Interstate 30 east. He said someone broke into his house and shop and several items were missing.

5:02 p.m.: A man called 911 to report a motor vehicle accident on CR 3311. He said a couple came flying through his driveway and drove through a fence.

5:51 p.m.: A woman reported someone vandalized her car on CR 2307.

7:06 p.m.: A man reported a reckless driver, age 12, had just left the Sulphur Bluff Post Office.

10:34 p.m.: A man called 911 to report he received information that a truck was left on the side of the road in the Black Oak community.


4:43 a.m.: An anonymous caller texted 911 to report neighbors were fighting on CR 2415 in Pickton. Deputies responded, but there was no disturbance.

9:32 a.m.: Deputies recovered two guns during a call from a Helm Lane apartment complex.

10:01 a.m.: Dispatch received a tip regarding someone living near North Hopkins ISD is allegedly dealing drugs.

12:02 p.m.: A Cumbyman reported a subject broke into his storage building on FM 2653 south and took tools.

12:13 p.m.: Dispatch received an anonymous report of a daycare worker neglecting children.

12:34 p.m.: Dispatch received a report that someone broke into a construction site on FM 2653 south and took tools.

Hopkins County communications operators answered 851 non-emergency calls, 171 calls for service and 87 emergency calls. For the period from 5:30 a.m. Tuesday to 5:30 a.m. Friday, officers issued four citations, filed seven offenses and conducted three inmate transports between facilities, 49 traffic stops and 13 special patrols. Fourteen people were booked into and 11 released from county jail, which held 191 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Friday, of which 30 were federal prisoners.