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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 (2/15/2020)

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

Gregg County Inmate Escapes Thru Brick Wall

GREGG COUNTY, Texas – An inmate has escaped the Gregg County Jail, the sheriff said in a statement Thursday afternoon.

The sheriff’s office is investigating an inmate escape from the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office South Jail facility. Inmate Jace Martin Laws, 34, of Gladewater carved out portions of the brick in the Gregg County South Jail, gaining access to the building infrastructure, and making his way to the exterior Gregg County Courthouse, the sheriff said.

Jace Laws is a white male who is approximately six feet tall, and weighs about 150 pounds. Laws has brown hair and brown eyes. Laws was being held in the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office Jail after being sentenced on two counts of Assault on a Police Officer in the 188th District Court, totaling 70 years in the TDCJ.

Gregg County Sheriff’s Office Investigators believe Jace Laws may be in the Marion County area around Lake of the Pines. investigators have learned Inmate Laws is possibly dressed in dark clothing and may have taken steps to alter his appearance by shaving his head.

If anyone has information as to the location of Inmate Laws, please call your local law enforcement immediately. Do not approach or apprehend him.

The sheriff also says that visitation at the Gregg County Jail facilities is canceled for Thursday night.

Inmate Custody Death

#BREAKING

February 23, 2019

On February 23, 2019 at approximately 11:15 a.m. Detention Officers were notified of an inmate in distress within the Hunt County Detention Center.

Detention Officers immediately checked the condition of the inmate and determined that he was having a medical emergency. Detention Officers immediately notified American Medical Response and began life saving techniques.

The inmate was transported to Hunt Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased upon arrival. The next of kin of the deceased was notified. Justice of the Peace Wayne Money performed the inquest and ordered an autopsy.

The Texas Rangers are conducting an investigation into the inmate’s death.

Sheriff Meeks stated: “My thoughts and prayers are with the family in this very difficult time first and foremost. I am confident that the Texas Rangers will conduct a complete and thorough investigation into this case and they have our full cooperation”.

Sheriff Randy Meeks