The last full week of January and believe it or not there was one day this week that had nothing to report... I know right. The other six days probably made up for it though, with several assaults, thefts, burglaries, death investigations and much more. Here is this week's Bowie County Sheriffs Report as prepared by Chief Deputy Robby McCarver. This report is for the week of 1/24 - 1/30, 2022. 


Burglary of a Habitation-Farm to Market Road 2148s Texarkana, taken: various hand tools, Black and Decker drill, cordless drill (unknown brand), audio amplifier, Roku stream bar

Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle-U.S. Highway 259s Dekalb, taken: 2012 BMW X6 (black in color)

Burglary of a Building-County Road 4276 Dekalb-taken: 3 Husqvarna chainsaws, Dewalt chop-saw w/portable table, unknown brand belt sander

Suspicious Circumstances - Houston Drive Maud

Residential Fire-Page Street Maud

Residential Fire-Private Road 13987 Hooks

Capital Murder (sentenced to TDCJ)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, sentenced: Zachary Salazar



Death Investigation-South Lake Drive Texarkana

Recovered Stolen Vehicle-South Lake Drive Texarkana, recovered: 2006 Chevrolet 2500 p/u (white in color)

Terroristic Threat-Lonestar Drive Hooks

Death Investigation-Twilight Circle Texarkana

Warrant Service (Probation Violation for Theft Under $2,500 with Prior Convictions x2)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Erica Leigh Nevels

Warrant Service (Probation Violation for Arson)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested Stormmi Dawn Cole


Robbery-U.S. Highway 82 New Boston, taken: $150.00 in U.S. Currency

Death Investigation-Country Paradise Circle Texarkana

Close-up of lights on roof of police car


Abandoned Vehicle-County Road 1102 Maud, impounded: 1997 Saturn (white in color)

Fraudulent use or Possession of Identifying Information-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

Death Investigation-County Road 4122 Dekalb

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-County Road 3204 Dekalb

Death Investigation-Ryan Loop Road Texarkana

Building Fire-Farm to Market Road 2149 Maud

Credit or Debit Card Abuse-North State Line Avenue Texarkana


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

Theft Over $100 and Under $750-Tomahawk Drive Texarkana, taken: Echo 20” chainsaw, 5 gallon gas can (blue in color), 5 gallon gas can (red in color)

Dog Bite-County Road 1130 Maud

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Farm to Market Road 2148s Texarkana

Warrant Service (Felony Warrant out of Miller County AR)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Lacondra Shonta Bell

Warrant Service (Bond Surrender for Sexual Assault)-North State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Brayden Lee Ross

Flashing blue grill lights in the grill of a marked Sheriff's patrol vehicle.


No reportable activity. (There's one you don't see very often!)


Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Willow Ridge Street Nash

Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle-Litton Circle Maud, taken: 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche (red in color)

Burglary of a Habitation-Tri State Road Texarkana, taken: Hi Point .40 caliber handgun, Ruger 10-22 .22 caliber rifle, Craftsman .22 caliber rifle, Winchester 30.06 rifle, ammunition

Family Disturbance-Forrest Villa Lane Texarkana

Disorderly Conduct-Arlington Street Texarkana, arrested: Lori Jo Holder

burazin, Getty Images
burazin, Getty Images


6 People Arrested by BCSO
41 People Arrested by Other Law Enforcement Agencies and Turned to BCSO
2/8 Civil Papers Cleared/Served by BCSO


89 Inmates Transported to Court
19 Inmates Transported to the Texas Department of Corrections
10 Inmates Transported for Medical Treatment
11 Inmates Transported for Other Reasons

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

4,054 Total number of Miles Driven for Above Listed Transports

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