The Bowie County Sheriffs Report is out for another week. Chief Deputy Robby McCarver prepares this report on Bowie County Sheriff activities for the prior week. Here is the report from Monday, August 30, 2021 to Sunday, September 5, 2021

 

MONDAY, August 30

Vehicle Fire-U.S. Highway 67 Maud

Theft Over $750 and Under $2,500-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, taken: lawn mower battery, push style weed trimmer, gas powered pole saw, weed trimmer, two 2.5 gallon gasoline cans, approximately 5 gallons of gasoline

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TUESDAY, August 31

Harassment-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

Sexual Assault-West Redwater Boulevard Maud

Criminal Mischief Over $750 and Under $2,500-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

Criminal Trespass-Fincher Drive Maud

Assault Against Government Employee-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

WEDNESDAY, September 1

 

Assault Causing Bodily Injury-Impeding Breathing (family violence), Criminal Mischief Over $2500 and Under $30,000, Evading Arrest-Chaparral Street Texarkana, arrested: Jermie Walston

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Interstate 30 at Farm to Market Road 560 Hooks

Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle-U.S. Highway 82 Dekalb, taken: 2017 Honda TRX420 ATV (red in color)

Sexual Assault-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

Warrant Service (Probation Violation-Smuggling Aliens)-South Lake Drive Texarkana, arrested: Joseph Roderick Morgan

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THURSDAY, September 2

Resisting Arrest, Warrant Service (Larceny)-Stone Road Texarkana, arrested: Desean Anthony Hendrix

Assault Causing Bodily Injury-Farm to Market Road 2148s Texarkana

Theft of Material (copper wire)-County Road 2110 Hooks, taken: 1500’ Rosenberger brand 6 gauge conductor shielded power wire

Dogs Dangerous to Animals-Inwood Road Texarkana

Theft Over $750 and Under $2,500-Woodstock Drive Dekalb, taken: 2 Spartan Go Cam brand game cameras, gasoline powered water pump

Warrant Service (Fail to Appear for Accident Involving Damage to Vehicle, Fail to Appear on Possession of a Controlled Substance)-South Lake Drive Texarkana, arrested: Joshua Dewayne Jones

FRIDAY, September 3

Theft of Firearm-U.S. Highway 59s Texarkana, taken: Smith and Wesson brand .40 caliber handgun, black nylon holster

Criminal Mischief Over $750 and Under $2,500-West Front Street Texarkana

Theft Over $30,000 and Under $150,000.00-County Road 1123 Maud, taken: 2018 Dodge Charger Hellcat (blue in color)

Burglary of a Vehicle-Farm to Market Road 2148s Texarkana, taken: $3,000.00 in U.S. Currency, gold necklace with heart pendant, black purse

Burglary of a Vehicle-West 7th Street Texarkana, taken: $400.00 in U.S. Currency

Vehicle Fire-West New Boston Road Texarkana

Harassment-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

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SATURDAY, September 4

Reckless Damage-Redwater Boulevard Maud

Criminal Mischief over $30,000 and Under $150,000-Macedonia Road Texarkana

Death Investigation-North Kings Highway Nash

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Stone Road Texarkana, arrested: Desean Anthony Hendrix

Possession of a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine) Over 1 Gram and Under 4 Grams-South Lake Drive Texarkana, arrested: Brent Allen Tyson

Warrant Service (Fail to Appear for Theft Over $100 and Under $750, Fail to Appear on Possession of a Controlled Substance)-South Lake Drive Texarkana, arrested: Blake Jurgen Wilson

SUNDAY, September 5

Interference with Child Custody-Chapparal Street Texarkana

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Taylor Street Maud

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITY BY BCSO

32 People Arrested by BCSO
9 People Arrested by Other Law Enforcement Agencies and Turned to BCSO
24/6 Civil Papers Cleared/Served by BCSO

BCSO PRISONER TRANSPORTS

34 Inmates Transported to Court
4 Inmates Transported to the Texas Department of Corrections
2 Inmates Transported for Medical Treatment
10 Inmates Transported for Other Reasons

50 Total Number of Persons Transported (Except Arrests by BCSO)

2,432 Total number of Miles Driven for Above Listed Transports

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