Hunt County Daily Inmate List (2/20/2020)

RELFORD, SHAQUILLE OSHAE
02/19/2020

-FTA/CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT
DAY, DERICK RYAN
02/19/2020

-MTR/POSS MARIJ <2OZ
-Non-Reportable Charge
MITCHELL, KARDAE SCOTT
02/19/2020

-MTR/PLACE WEAPONS PROHIBITED
-MTR/POSS MARIJ <2OZ
COLE, TIFFANY ANN
02/19/2020

-Driving While License Invalid – DL
-MTR/ABANDON ENDANGER CHILD CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE (COLLIN COUNTY)
WILSON, COURTNEY XAVIER
02/20/2020

-POSS MARIJ <2OZ
KENYON, AMBER DEANN
02/15/2020

-EVADING ARREST DET W/PREV CONVICTION
-EVADING ARREST DET W/VEH
-Parole Violation
SMITH, TRENT MATTHEW
02/20/2020

-DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED/OPEN ALCH CONTAINER

Hunt County Daily Inmate List (2/18/2020)

BLYTH, BRIAN DARREL
02/17/2020

-PV/BURGLARY OF A BUILDING (RAINS COUNTY)
KING, JOHN GLEN
02/17/2020

-CPF/Fail to Control Speed
-CPF/Driving While License Invalid – DL
-CPF/Fail to Maintain Financial Responsibility (#)
BRYANT, CHARLES WILLIAM
02/17/2020

-MTR/ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY FAMILY VIOLENCE
-UNL POSS FIREARM FAMILY/HOUSEHOLD/COURT ORDER
GROSS, LUKE OJEFFREY, III
02/17/2020

-MTR/DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED BAC >= 0.15
ESCAMILLA, JOSE LUIS
02/17/2020

-P/V BURGLARY OF BUILDING
BISHOP, JUSTIN RAY
02/17/2020

-PAROLE VIOLATION
YOUNGS, NOAH CHRISTOPHER
02/17/2020

-CRIMINAL TRESPASS
FERRUSCA ESTRADA, JORGE LUIS
02/17/2020

-BF/DWI (TRAVIS COUNTY)
GOVEA, GERMAN ISRAEL
02/17/2020

-DRIVING W/LIC INV W/PREV CONV/SUSP/W/O FIN RES
HORN, CHASE JOHNSON
02/18/2020

-DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED
BOYER, HUNTER LEE
02/18/2020

-PV AGG ASSAULT DW
-BF/THEFT OF PROPERTY $100-$750
HICKS, JONATHAN EDWARD
02/18/2020

-CONTEMPT OF COURT (SMITH COUNTY)

Hunt County Daily Inmate List (2/16/2020)

MOSBY, MARK ANTHONY
02/15/2020
-ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY FAMILY VIOLENCE
TESTERMAN, LARRY DWAYNE, Jr.
02/15/2020
-FTA/DRIVING W/LIC INV W/PREV CONV/SUSP/W/O FIN RES
-UNAUTH USE OF VEHICLE
CRAFTON, COLTON WAYNE
02/16/2020
-MTR/BURGLARY OF BUILDING (COUNT 1)
-MTR/BURGLARY OF BUILDING (COUNT 2)
MASSEY, BILLY LEE
02/15/2020
-UNL POSS FIREARM BY FELON
HALE, IMANI AYLISA PATRICE
02/15/2020
-POSS MARIJ <2OZ
-NO DRIVER’S LICENSE
-FUGITIVE OUT OF STATE (COMANCHE COUNTY, OK)
AGUILLON-GAMEZ, EDUARDO
02/16/2020
-ROP/POSS CS PG 2 < 1G
-DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED
-NO DRIVER LICENSE WHEN UNLICENSED
POLLOCK, MONTGOMERY HUGH
02/16/2020
-DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED 2ND
RODRIGUEZ, JOSE RICARDO
02/16/2020
-MTR/POSS MARIJ <2OZ
-MTR/PROH WEAPON KNUCKLES
RONCAL, CONNER JAMES
02/16/2020
-ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY FAMILY VIOLENCE

Hunt County Daily Inmate List (2/15/2020)

TAMEZ, ALEX MARSHALL
02/14/2020

-JO/ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY FAMILY VIOLENCE
-Non-Reportable Charge
ONEAL, ORBIE GENE, Jr.
02/14/2020

-Public Intoxication
TAYLOR, PAMELA FAYE
02/14/2020

-ROP/POSS CS PG 1 U/1G
-Non-Reportable Charge

GONZALEZ, ROSSBIN

02/14/2020

-FTA/DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED BAC >= 0.15
-FTA/RESIST ARREST SEARCH OR TRANSPORT
-Non-Reportable Charge
CUNNINGHAM, DARIUS JAMES
02/14/2020

-FTA/FAIL TO IDENTIFY FUGITIVE INTENT GIVE FALSE INFO
-Non-Reportable Charge
EDWARDS, CHADD ERICH
02/14/2020

-JO/INJURY CHILD/ELDERLY/DISABLE W/INT BODILY INJ
DUNLAP, WALTER NEEL
02/14/2020

-CPF/NO FISHING LICENSE (WHEN REQUIRED)
VILLEDA, CESAR
02/14/2020

-JO/ASSAULT FAM/HOUSE MEM IMPEDE BREATH/CIRCULAT
-Non-Reportable Charge
BELK, STEPHANIE
02/15/2020

-BF/POSS CS PG 3 < 28G
-CRIMINAL TRESPASS
-POSS CS PG 1 >=1G<4G
-PROH SUB CORR FACIL-ALCOHOL/DRUG/PHONE/TOBACCO
ALAMILLO, JESSICA YVONNE
02/15/2020

-ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY
-DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED
-POSS MARIJ <2OZ
-EVADING ARREST DETENTION
TRIMBLE, MATTHEW ROSS
02/15/2020

-Public Intoxication
BROWNE, NYA ERICCA
02/15/2020

-POSS MARIJ <2OZ
-DUI-MINOR
ROUNDTREE, TERI ROSANNA
02/15/2020

-Public Intoxication

Hunt County Daily Inmate List (2/14/2020)


PEACE, JAMES CAPP

02/13/2020

-MTR / DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED/OPEN ALCH CONT 2ND

LANDON, TROYCE JR.

02/13/2020

-ROS/MAGISTRATION-EVADING ARREST DETENTION
-ROS/MAGISTRATION-EVADING ARREST DET W/ VEH

KENDRICKS, STANLEY CARNELL

02/14/2020

-CRIMINAL TRESPASS

WOODSON, JOHN MARVIN, Jr

02/13/2020

-POSS CS PG 1 >1G DRUG FREE ZONE
-UNL POSS FIREARM BY FELON
-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
-PAROLE VIOLATION
WILLBURN, TIMOTHY BERNARD
02/13/2020

-PAROLE VIOLATION
-ACCIDENT CAUSING INJURY (FANNIN COUNTY)
BUSH, KEVIN DON
02/14/2020

-OPEN CONTAINER IN MV
-NO DRIVERS LICENSE
-DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED 2ND
-DRIVING WHILE LIC INVALID W/PREV CONV OR SUSP
-CRIM MISCH $750-$2500
YELEY, WILLIE SHANE
02/14/2020

-ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY FAMILY VIOLENCE
-INTERFER W/EMERGENCY CALL

CITY PREPARES FOR INCLEMENT WEATHER

GREENVILLE: The City of Greenville is preparing for the predicted inclement weather due to hit the North Texas area later this week.

Weather forecasts are calling for possible sleet and snow flurries.
The City of Greenville Public Works Department has a plan of action in the event inclement weather and hazardous road conditions develop. The sand spreader, backhoe, bucket truck, and all necessary equipment are fueled and ready to be deployed, as needed. City personnel have been notified to be available as necessary after hours to handle any
situations that may occur.

Weather related utility events such as frozen, leaking and broken water pipes, or blocked sewer pipes on the City’s service lines will be handled as quickly as possible. During normal work hours customers may call (903) 457-3152 for assistance. After hours and weekend calls may be made to (903) 457-2948.

Residents are urged to plan and prepare for inclement weather by wrapping exposed pipes, protecting plants and shrubs, checking for adequate anti-freeze levels in vehicles and providing shelter for outdoor animals. It is also a good idea to stock up on extra batteries for flashlights and radios, and to have a small supply of water and ready to eat foods
in the event of an extended utility service interruption.

The Reason Police Officers Tap Your Taillight When They Pull You Over

Asking a driver for their license and registration is common procedure from police officers during traffic stops. There’s another practice that was once standard across the force but is more of a mystery to the people being pulled over: While approaching a driver’s window, officers will sometimes touch a car’s taillight. It’s a behavior that dates back decades, though there’s no reason to be concerned if it happens at your next traffic stop.

Before cameras were installed on the dashboards of most police cars, tapping the taillight was an inconspicuous way for officers to leave behind evidence of the encounter, according to The Law Dictionary. If something were to happen to the officer during the traffic stop, their interaction with the driver could be traced back to the fingerprints left on the vehicle. This would help other police officers track down a missing member of the force even without video proof of a crime.

The action also started as a way for officers to spook drivers before reaching their window. A pulled-over motorist with a car full of illegal drugs or weapons might scramble to hide any incriminating materials before the officer arrives. The surprise of hearing a knock on their taillight might disrupt this process, increasing their likelihood of getting caught.

Today the risks of this strategy are thought to outweigh the benefits. Touching a taillight poses an unnecessary distraction for officers, not to mention it can give away their position, making them more vulnerable to foul play. And with dash cams now standard in most squad cars, documenting each incident with fingerprints isn’t as necessary as it once was. It’s for these reasons that some police agencies now discourage taillight tapping. But if you see it at your next traffic stop, that doesn’t mean the officer is extra suspicious of you—just that it’s a hard habit to break.

Cooper ISD Announces Authorities Locate Subject Who Made Threats To Cooper Jr/High School

Cooper ISD released this statement on their Facebook earlier this evening in reference to the school evacuation this afternoon. It has not been said what the treat actually was.

Cooper ISD is grateful for the tremendous support from law enforcement. At this time, local and state officials are confident they have apprehended the subject and that the subject poses absolutely no threat to local students or school buildings. They have also shared great compliments for the quick, decisive action and safe practices of all of our staff. In the words of the state official in charge of this investigation, “this is a school I would want my kids to attend”.

A call-out for parents has been issued and will be in your inboxes shortly, school is cancelled for Friday, January 31st while everyone takes a moment to rest and recuperate. Hopefully, our students and staff will get over their sicknesses at the same time. Looking forward to seeing everyone Monday.

Thank you for your patience and diligence as we strive to take the best possible care of all students and staff.

Active Shooter Course Free to Public

Sheriff Randy Meeks wants to invite everyone to attend the free program “A public shooter in the making Mindset of an Active Shooter on the following date and time.

Date: February 22, 2020
Time: 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Location: The Church at River Oaks

5903 Joe Ramsey Blvd. Greenville TX 75402

This program is beneficial for any church wishing to put a security team in place and businesses that want to better train their employees on what to look for and how to report suspicious activity.

Sheriff Meeks stated: “It is sad that we live in a day and time that we have to be alert in our places of worship. However, recent events have shown that we must constantly be vigilant in our daily lives and I believe that this program will teach our citizens how to prepare themselves”.

Sincerely: Sheriff Randy Meeks

New Phone Scams Targeting Hunt County

The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office has been made aware today that suspects are once again calling residents and making threats of victims being arrested if they do not provide funds via a pre-paid card.

The most recent incident is targeting Registered Sex Offenders in Hunt County. The suspects instructed the victim to go to Wal-Mart and to upload money on a pre-paid card and they would meet them at the Sheriff’s Office and to call back and let the suspect know the card was
purchased. When the return call was placed the suspect asked for the numbers over the phone, the victim refused and it sounded as if the suspect was speaking over a police radio asking for a unit “on standby for an arrest”.

The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office would like the public to know that at no time will we ask for any type of payment over the phone. Information on how to protect yourself from this type of scam or any other scam can be obtained from the Federal Trade Commission website at no cost.

Sheriff Meeks stated: “These scammers target all members of a community and we are asking everyone to be vigilant when it comes to protecting your finances. If you have any concerns contact the Sheriff’s Office or your local Police Department”.

Sheriff Randy Meeks

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