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July 29, 2021

Harrison County Sheriff’s Office

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

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

Foundation in faith and family guides Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy

From Staff Reports, editor@pineywoods.news HARRISON COUNTY – David C. Barnette, 55, has been a deputy with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office since 2012, and like most law enforcement officers, he doesn’t like attention. “Anything that we do here is a combination of teamwork – everyone from the dispatchers to the jailers to the deputies on

Harrison County Jail Report: One homeless charged with giving false information, failure to identify

HARRISON COUNTY, TEXAS – The following incidents were reported by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office: Deputies responded to a call on April 7 in Longview when a complainant alleged an assault by a boyfriend. On April 7, an alleged theft of a wallet was reported to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office from a Hallsville resident.

HC Sheriff’s Office, DA’s Office deposit more than $700K in seized drug money

From Our News Partner, KMHT 103.9 FM In December of 2014, Harrison County deputies investigating a fiery, fatal accident on Interstate 20 near Waskom made an unusual find in the back of a big rig involved…bundles upon bundles of drug money. Sometime later Sheriff Tom McCool transported the seized money to the United States Treasury

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