This week we have reports of a vehicle fire, stolen vehicle and trailer, theft, assault, family disturbances, and even forgery just to name a few. Your Bowie County Sheriffs stay busy all week long and we chronicle it all for you here each week with the Bowie County Sheriff's Report. Chief Deputy Robby McCarver prepares this report on BCSO activities, this report for the week of 11/22 - 11/28, 2021:

MONDAY

Vehicle Fire, Recovered Stolen Vehicle/trailer-Interstate 30 westbound @ 192 mile marker Simms, recovered: 1992 Chevrolet Silverado (grey in color), 7’x12’ cargo trailer (red in color)

Assault by Contact (family violence)-Twilight Circle Texarkana

Theft Over $2,500 and Under $30,000-South Lake Drive Texarkana, taken: $3,723.00 in lottery tickets

Family Disturbance-County Road 4315 Dekalb

Family Disturbance-Randy Drive Nash

Warrant Service (Probation Violation for Possession of a Controlled Substance)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Donovan O’Keefee Mitchell

Warrant Service (Fail to Appear for Possession of a Controlled Substance)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Gary Allen Hopkins

TUESDAY

Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle-Orangewood Road Texarkana, taken: 2013 Mazda CX-9 (grey in color)

Possession of a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine) Over 1 Gram and Under 4 Grams-Horseshoe Loop Road Texarkana, arrested: Dennis Alan Mathis

Warrant Service (Fail to Appear for Possession of a Controlled Substance)-Horseshoe Loop Road Texarkana, arrested: Ethan Compton

Assault Against Elderly or Disabled Individual (family violence)-County Road 3112 Dekalb

Burglary of a Habitation-County Road 4235 Dekalb, taken: Black Diamond AR-15 w/Sig Romeo red dot sight, Ruger 10-22 .22 caliber rifle

WEDNESDAY

Jail Sanction for Forgery-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Kathie Lauryn Mankey

THURSDAY

Deadly Conduct-Geneva Street Texarkana

Assault by Contact (family violence)-Farm to Market Road 1840 Dekalb

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Buchanan Road Texarkana, arrested: Kevin Matthew Muckelrath

Criminal Mischief Over $100 and Under $750-County Road 4284 Simms

FRIDAY

Criminal Mischief Over $750 and Under $2500-Hughes Road Texarkana

Illegal Dumping-County Road 4114 Dekalb, cited: Gavin Chase Hill

Building Fire-Meadows Lane Maud

SATURDAY

Unauthorized use of a Vehicle-Alpine Street Texarkana, taken: 2008 Jeep Liberty (recovered)

Possession of a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine) Under 1 Gram-Redwater Road @ Loma Linda Wake Village

SUNDAY

Criminal Mischief Over $100 and Under $750-Moores Lane @ Richmond Road Texarkana

Grass Fire-Ralph Drive Texarkana

Death Investigation-Farm to Market Road 559 Texarkana

Dog Bite-Pipes Lane Maud

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITY BY BCSO

5 People Arrested by BCSO
36 People Arrested by Other Law Enforcement Agencies and Turned to BCSO
12/0 Civil Papers Cleared/Served by BCSO

BCSO PRISONER TRANSPORTS

2 Inmates Transported to Court
9 Inmates Transported to the Texas Department of Corrections
3 Inmates Transported for Medical Treatment
9 Inmates Transported for Other Reasons

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

2,540 Total number of Miles Driven for Above Listed Transports


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