It's time for another Bowie County Sheriffs Repor, this week Chief Deputy Robby McCarver prepared this report on Bowie County Sheriff activities, here is the report for the week of 2/15 - 2/21, 2021:


Residential Fire-County Road 4234 Dekalb

Residential Fire-Cedar Street Maud


Injury to an Elderly Individual (family violence)-County Road 4004 New Boston, arrested: Trevor Dylan Knod

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Horseshoe Loop Road Texarkana

Death Investigation-Country Paradise Circle Texarkana


Resisting Arrest or Transportation-County Road 1109, arrested Jacob Tyler Walraven

Possession of a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine) Over 1 Gram and Under 4 Grams-Gun Club Road Texarkana

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-Redwater Boulevard Maud


Warrant Service (Fail to Appear on Possession of a Controlled Substance)-South Lake Drive Texarkana, arrested: Ashley Nicole Sturgeon

Harassment (phone)-County Road 3314 Dekalb


Dog Bite-Whispering Pines Road Texarkana

Criminal Mischief over $100 and Under $750-State Highway 8 New Boston

Assault by Contact (family violence)-Farm to Market Road 2148, arrested: James Edward Anderson


Debit or Credit Card Abuse-North State Line Avenue Texarkana

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon-West 7th Street Texarkana, arrested: Lucas Andrew Jackson

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon-Jones Lane Texarkana

Assault Causing Bodily Injury (family violence)-County Road 4271 Simms, arrested: Dairyon Quintez Jones

Burglary of a Vehicle-Farm to Market Road 1840 New Boston, taken: car battery

Vehicle Recovery (reported stolen out of Springtown, TX)-County Road 1003 New Boston, recovered: 1996 Kenworth semi-truck

Burglary of a Habitation-County Road 1239 Maud, taken: make-up and 2 bottles of prescription medication

Theft of Firearm-Private Road 2516-1 Texarkana, taken: Smith and Wesson 629 .44 magnum revolver



5 People Arrested by BCSO
7 People Arrested by Other Law Enforcement Agencies and Turned to BCSO
23/14 Civil Papers Cleared/Served by BCSO


62 Inmates Transported to Court
4 Inmates Transported to the Texas Department of Corrections
6 Inmates Transported for Medical Treatment
6 Inmates Transported for Other Reasons

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

3.554 Total number of Miles Driven for Above Listed Transports

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