Friday, August 22, 2014

 Deputy Sheriff Wanted 

If you are interested in applying for this position, please fill out the Employment Application and return to the Howard County Sheriff's Office located at:

The Troy M. Hogue Law Enforcement Center
3613 W. Hwy. 80
Big Spring, TX. 79720

 


 

Media Release 8/10/14

On the 9th of August 2014 at approximately 8:20PM, Big Spring Police Department Officers and Howard County Sheriffs Office Deputies were dispatched in the area of 704 W. Interstate 20 (TA Truck Stop) in reference to a stolen vehicle. Howard County Sheriffs Office Dispatch received a 911 call from James Ketch W/M DOB 8/22/89 who advised his mother’s vehicle had just been stolen from the TA Truck Stop. Ketch informed Dispatch that he was following the vehicle westbound on the North Service Road of I.H. 20 from the Truck Stop. Ketch then informed Dispatch the vehicle had turned North on Hwy 176 (Andrews Highway) and speeds were reaching 105 mph. It was found the vehicle had come to a stop approximately 1 mile north of County Road 2599 on Hwy 176. The driver of the stolen truck (identified as Bobby Gene Bricker W/M DOB 3/30/72) was shot by Ketch. Upon Big Spring Police Department, Howard County Sheriffs Office and Emergency Medical Services arrival Bricker was found to be deceased and later pronounced by Justice of the Peace Bennie Green. Based upon the investigation and available evidence investigators determined the shooting was not justified by Ketch. Ketch was taken into custody and later charged with Murder. Bricker was a resident of Big Spring and Ketch is not a local resident and was passing through Big Spring at the time of this incident. This investigation is ongoing and no further information is available at this time. Howard County Sheriff Stan Parker will release further details as they become available.

Sheriff Stan Parker
Chief Chad Williams
Lt. Brian Gordon
Sgt. Tony Everett

 


 

Media Release 7/29/14 (Update)

Two juveniles previously detained by the Howard County Sheriffs Office have been charged with Arson in connection with the Structure fire in the 8500 Blk. N. Service Rd. in Sand Springs this morning. The juveniles have been turned over to the Howard County Juvenile Dentition Center for processing. No further information at this time.


 

Media Release 7/29/14

At approximately 6:33 am. Howard County Volunteers and Big Spring Fire Department were dispatched to the 8500 Blk. N. Service Rd. in Sand Springs in reference to a structure fire. Upon arrival it was discovered the fire was set intentionally. At this time two juveniles have been detained for questioning but no arrests have been made. The structure was a total loss. This is still an ongoing investigation.


 

Media Release 7/22/14 (Jesse Lopez)

On the 21st of July, Officers responded to the 500 block of S. Goliad and took a stolen vehicle report.  The vehicle was a 2000 White Pontiac Montana minivan and was taken from the residence by unknown actor(s) between the 20th of July at approximately 9:00PM and the 21st of July 8:00AM.  Keys had been left inside the vehicle.

Jesse Lopez

Read more: Media Release 7/22/14


 

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