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Bowie County Sheriff's Office Weekly Report

For the week of February 13 through February 19,2017.

MONDAY

Criminal Mischief – Leopard Drive Texarkana

Criminal Mischief – Daniels Chapel Road New Boston

Assault with Bodily Injury – Highway 98 New Boston

Discharge a Firearm Across Property Lines – Farm to Market 2148 South Texarkana

Fire Scene Report – County Road 4277 Dalby Springs

Debit Card Abuse – County Road 1120 East Redwater

Theft Over $2500 and Under $30,000 – Highway 8 South New Boston, taken: United States currency

TUESDAY

Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle – Farm to Market 2148 Texarkana, taken: a silver 2008 Jeep Commander

Burglary of a Vehicle – County Road 2213 Texarkana, taken: personal identification

Theft of a Firearm – Private Road 25164 Texarkana, taken: a pistol and ammunition

Burglary of a Vehicle – Lone Star Parkway Texarkana, taken: a pair of sunglasses and a flashlight

Tue
21
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A&M-Texarkana to host first History Day competition

More than 250 students from area school districts are scheduled to compete in the first-ever regional History Day competition hosted by the Texas A&M University-Texarkana Department of History from 9-11:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 24, in the University Center on the A&M-Texarkana campus, 7101 University Ave., Texarkana, Texas.

Students in grades 9-12 will compete in the senior division. Students in the sixth through the eighth grades will compete in the junior division. Categories will include individual paper, as well as individual and group exhibit, website, documentary and performance.

 

The top two finishers in each category will go on to the state competition. State winners go on to compete in the National History Day competition.

 

Tue
21
Feb
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2017 Ag Life

Look for our special section, 2017 Ag Life, in tomorrow's edition of the Bowie County Citizens Tribune.
This section is chock full of pictures highlighting the activities of our local Ag students from New Boston, Avery, De Kalb, Hooks, Simms, Maud and Redwater.

Fri
17
Feb
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Tribune 2017 Person of the Year- Judge Joni Haldeman

By Kenny Mitchell
Publisher

Publisher’s Note:
The Bowie County Citizens Tribune held its first ever Person of the Year feature this year, taking nominations in three categories over a period of two weeks and then accepting votes on our website at bowiecountynow.com. Several thousand votes were cast. The final in the series is the Person of the Year- Joni Haldeman

Wed
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Feb
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Bowie County Sheriff's Office Weekly Report

Incident report from February 6 through February 12, 2017

 

MONDAY

Assault by Contact – North State Line Texarkana

TUESDAY

Fire Scene Report – Tri-State Road Texarkana

Animal Complaint – Page Street Redwater

Theft Over $100 and Under $750 – George Thomas Road Texarkana, taken: a smoker

Burglary of a Habitation – Fricks Lane Texarkana, taken: an Xbox controller, a pink Leap Frog case, a red travel bag, a pair of boots, a handgun and personal papers

Possession of a Controlled Substance Under One Gram – Highway 8 South Maud, arrested: Bridget Parker McGee and Jackie Lynn Autrey

WEDNESDAY

Theft Over $2500 and Under $30,000 – County Road 1216 Texarkana, taken: diesel fuel and a generator

Abandoned Vehicle – Tri-State Road Texarkana

Found Property – South Lake Drive Texarkana

Mon
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A Day in the Life-A Bowie County Dispatcher

By Allyson Pebsworth
Staff Reporter

Fri
10
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Pair arrested on possession of meth

According to a release just issued by the Bowie County Sheriff's Office, On Thursday,  February 9, 2017 Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Captain Robby McCarver received information that Jason Mathew Weaver and Alicia Kaye Braley were in possession of a large amount of methamphetamine. The pair were said to be traveling in a gray 2000 Toyota Camry with an Arkansas license plate and headed to the 5000 block of Eylau Loop Road.

Deputy Chad Ford, who is familiar with Mr. Weaver, set up in a location to intercept the couple. A short time later, Deputy Ford observed this vehicle pass him with Mr. Weaver driving it. Deputy Ford conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with Mr. Weaver. While speaking with Mr. Weaver, Deputy Ford noticed that he was visibly nervous and that Ms. Braley kept adjusting the closure of her purse which she was tightly clutching in her lap.

Wed
08
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#KindnessMatters

By LeAnna Stephenson
Tribune Features

Tue
07
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Second fatality accident on I-30 Monday

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

In a second fatality accident on Interstate 30 on Monday, a Wills Point, Texas man was killed when he was struck by a big rig traveling west at the 177 mile marker near the US Hwy. 259 exit.

According to the Texas DPS, On Monday, at 2:00 p.m., Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers responded to a vehicle – pedestrian crash on IH-30 in Morris County, about 9 miles north of Omaha, TX.

 The preliminary crash investigation indicates a 2016 Freightliner Truck-Tractor, towing a 2013 Great Dane Trailer, was traveling west on IH-30 when a pedestrian walked into the lane of traffic and was struck by the big rig.

Pedestrian, Joel Ethan Dockery, 43-year-old male from Wills Point was transported to East Texas Medical Center, where he later died from his injures.

The driver, Larry G. Kinney, 55-year-old male from Brownville, Tennessee was not injured.

Tue
07
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Wreck on I-30 claims life of Arkansas man

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

A car wreck that snarled traffic on I-30 for hours on Monday has claimed the life of an Arkansas man,

According to the official report for the Texas DPS, On Monday, at 12:34 p.m., Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers responded to a crash on I-30, near mile marker 184, approximately 12 miles from Simms.

A 2016 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, operated by Mike Steward, was traveling east on I-30 in the outside lane. A 2015 Peterbilt truck-tractor tanker, operated by James Lewis Hart, was also traveling east on I-30 in the outside lane. The truck-tractor tanker was struck in the rear by the Chevrolet pickup.

Mike Steward, 69-year-old male of Havana, Arkansas was pronounced dead on scene by JP Hankins.

James Lewis Hart, 70-year-old male of Kaufman, Texas was not injured.

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