For the Record - Sept. 12, 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.


8:46 a.m.: A Dike woman reported someone had stolen her debit card.

10:13 a.m.: The possible theft of a gun was reported by a Sulphur Springs woman.

12:17 p.m.: Two apartments had possible odors of drugs coming from them, according to a Cumby woman.

4:55 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported someone had pulled up to her dairy barn on FM 3389.

5:53 p.m.: A Lindale woman wanted to give an officer information about possible drug activity in Sulphur Springs.

6:08 p.m.: A Pickton woman reported that a man ran over her dog and had said he would be back to apologize.

8:26 p.m.: A 15-year-old was alleged to have taken a Saltillo woman’s car.


6:51 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported his son was acting out again and not wanting to do his morning chores.

9:36 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs man was reported as threatening to shoot people and animals.

10:20 a.m.: A Cumby woman reported a plane was flying really low over CR 1179 in Miller Grove.

10:33 a.m.: A Saltillo man reported possible fraud, stating that someone took money out of his account.

12:04 p.m.: A anonymous Sulphur Springs caller wanted to inform dispatch that someone was on drugs.

1:20 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported a rock hit her windshield on Interstate 30.

2:04 p.m.: A Dike woman reported her husband was yelling at her and wouldn’t let her get her stuff out.

3:42 p.m.: Blood was reported on a door, floor and air conditioner by a Sulphur Springs woman.

5:07 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported her son was throwing rocks at her. She called back at 5:27 p.m., stating her son was still throwing rocks and was now fighting with his stepfather.

7:18 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man reported hearing gunshots to the north.

11:32 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs man said he was on the phone with an ex and heard a gunshot, then couldn’t get them on the phone.


3:51 a.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported a man in a white van was hitting a pregnant woman.

3:24 p.m.: What looked to a Cumby woman like a new riding lawn mower was reported on the side of FM 499 at the Interstate 30 overpass.

5:09p.m.: A Cumby woman reported a man pulled into her driveway and was asking her questions.

5:51 p.m.: A Winnsboro woman reported a gray jeep and a group of people in a field across from her on CR 2399.

9:12 p.m.: A Sulphur Springs woman reported someone was texting her and requesting money for something she supposedly won.

10:17 p.m.: On CR 2332, a Como woman wanted a report made that someone allegedly destroyed her trash can.

Hopkins County communications operators answered 989 non-emergency calls, 119 calls for service and 49 emergency calls. Officers filed one offense and conducted two inmate transports between facilities, 10 traffic stops and 14 special patrols. Thirteen people were booked into and 15 released from county jail, which held 193 inmates at 5:30 a.m. Friday.