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September 16, 2021

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Reward Increased to $4,000 for Texas Most Wanted Sex Offender from El Paso

The reward for Marco Antonio Toscano, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $4,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of September. Toscano, 34, is wanted for failure to register as a sex offender and a parole violation.

Marshall PD and Harrison County Sheriff’s Office create DWI task force

The Marshall Police Department and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office have formed a DWI Task Force in response to recent DWI related fatalities in the North East Texas Region. The DWI Task Force will be out in full force during the July 4th weekend in order to insure that our community has a safe holiday

Sheriff, Police join in holiday DWI task force

From Staff Reports HARRISON COUNTY –  The beginning of July means summer is officially here, it is hot, watermelons are ripe, vacation time is here, and family reunions are planned. Of course, there is Independence Day – the July 4 holiday is a favorite among Americans, and has been since we won our freedom from

Sheriff’s Office looking for missing teen

By Lt. Jay Webb, Harrison County Sheriff’s Office HARRISON COUNTY – Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on the location of Sh’Raine L. Wiliams. Her DOB is 4-17-2001 and she is 5’4”, 135 Lbs. She left Marshall, Texas during school hours and has not returned home and may be in the Shreveport area with

Stand up for your local law enforcement agencies

By Becky Holland, editor@pineywoods.news Members of law enforcement are consistently in the media today – and it is not always good. Law enforcement officers from police departments to sheriff’s deputies to state patrol officers are blamed for crime, racism and negativism that plagues the world we live in. Thanks to social media, stuff like that

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

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