Sheriff’s Office Looking For Help in Murder Case

Police BeatHenderson County Sheriff’s Office

On Oct. 3, 2012, HCSO Sgt. Thomas Goodell received information regarding a Eustace resident named Theodore “Ted” Hunt, 47. Sgt. Goodell received information that Hunt was missing and was last seen near the end of February or first of March 2011. Hunt reportedly went missing from his residence at 500 US Hwy 175 in Eustace, Texas.

Information obtained by investigators led them to believe that Hunt’s disappearance may not have been voluntary. Hunt’s property and surrounding property were searched in an effort to locate him. Two independent search teams provided the Sheriff’s Office with search and rescue cadaver dogs and handlers during the initial search. A small lake was drained on an adjoining property, but Hunt was not located. Continue reading “Sheriff’s Office Looking For Help in Murder Case”

Three Incidents in GBC Lead to Drug Arrests

Police BeatHenderson County Sheriff’s Office press release

On Monday, August 18, at approximately 12:13 a.m., Henderson County Sheriff’s Deputies Wayne Nutt and Brian Huckabee were attempting to serve a warrant in the Willow Wood addition in Gun Barrel City. Aron Dale Morris of Gun Barrel City was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Assault Family Violence and during the warrant service, Wayne Newton Womack, of Gun Barrel City was found to be in possession of a substance believed to be methamphetarnines. Womack was booked into the Henderson County Jail for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1. Continue reading “Three Incidents in GBC Lead to Drug Arrests”

Woman Arrested on Drug Charge in GBC

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Henderson County Sheriff’s Office press release

On August 14, HCSO Deputy Brad Beddingfield initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on Harbor Point Road in Gun Barrel City for a traffic violation. While speaking with the operator of the vehicle, Deputy Beddingfield identified Brittany Miles as a passenger in the vehicle. During a search of the vehicle, Deputy Beddingfield located a small quantity of suspected methamphetamine in Brittany’s possession. Brittany was taken into custody and transported to the Henderson County Detention Center where she was booked in for Possession of a Controlled Substance PG1<1G. If convicted of the State Jail Felony charge Brittany could face up to 2 years in a State Jail Facility and up to a 10,000 fine.

A $4,500.00 bond was set on Miles and she remains in custody.