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November 19, 2017

May 18 – Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Report


FROM THE HARRISON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
HARRISON COUNTY – The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports from complainants on May 16. In Hallsville, guns were reported stolen from a residence. A Diana resident reported subject pointed firearm at her. In Longview, a complainant reported her vehicle stolen. Another complainant reported several items were stolen from a residence.

Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Jail Report:

Kendra Monae Hurd, 690 FM 1997, Marshall, May 16, criminal trespass, MPD/theft less than $50, driving while license invalid, fail to yield row (green signal) and driving while license invalid, Marshall Police Department.

Marilyn Marche Kirkland, 6277 US 79 N., Deberry, May 16, no driver’s license (when unlicensed), Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.

Jason Cortez Smith, 2121 S. Glenbrook, Garland, May 16, criminal non-support, Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.
Colton Wayne Stewart, 9959 Hwy 43 E, Tatum, May 16, TDCJ/manufacturing/delivery controlled substance PG 1 greater than or equal to 4G less than 200G, Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.

Claudia Lule, 12890 Noel Road, Dallas, May 16, BF/driving while intoxicated, second offense, Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.
Manuel Earl Williams, 1239 Kellyville, Jefferson, May 16, failed to maintain financial responsibility, no driver’s license when unlicensed, Marion County/MTR/Possession of Marijuana.

Cody Earl Ray Lint, 1104 CR 1112, Texarkana, May 16, Cass County Evading Arrest Det. w/vehicle, Cass County Sheriff’s Office.
Stacey Lynn Miller, 1135 Hickory St., Waskom, May 16, WPD/Failed to maintain financial responsibility, WPD/expired registration, WPD/driving while license invalid, WPD/No driver’s license when unlicensed, driving while license invalid, Waskom Police Department.

William Walter Palmer, Jr., 2120 Hwy 507, Coushatta, LA, May 16, possession marijuana less than 2 ounces, speeding (Exceed prima facie limit), failed to maintain financial responsibility, possession delivery drug paraphernalia, Tx Dept. of Public Safety.

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