Press Release From Royse City P.D:
On August 15, 2019 at approximately 10:15 A.M., a Cumby Police Officer was physically assaulted and the suspect fled in a vehicle westbound I-30.
The suspect in an attempt to elude police wrecked his vehicle in the area of I-30 and Erby Campbell Blvd. The suspect fled on foot to Walmart. Information obtained from the Cumby officer indicated that the suspect was armed with a pistol.
Royse City, Rockwall County Sheriff Deputies, along with DPS Troopers set up a perimeter. Walmart employees and citizens were evacuated from the store. A search of the facility along with the assistance of a Police K-9 found the suspect hiding inside.
The suspect was taken into custody and no citizens or law enforcement were injured. Thank you everyone for your cooperation during this chaotic situation. The public’s safety is always paramount.
DPS, FBI & the United States Marshals Service were searching for Wanted Kevin Massey in the area of Rolling Hills Tuesday Night.
Units were unable to locate Massey on several Felony Charges he is wanted for. We had reports of several DPS officers blocking roads during the raid. DPS helicopter 101 also assited with the search. Massey
Search dogs were called to the location late in the night to help assist, dogs were unable to pick up a scent or locate the wanted felon.
Subject is considered armed and dangerous and has reportedly made threats to kill law enforcement that attempt to arrest him.
Hunt County Crime Stoppers Released this statement:
MOST WANTED/ARMED AND CONSIDERED DANGEROUS. This subject has last been seen in Hunt County. If you have information on his location and it leads to an arrest you will be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.00. Click on the picture to submit your tip or call 903-457-2929. YOU WILL REMAIN ANONYMOUS.
Click the link below to submit a tip to Hunt County Crime Stoppers
Gary Matthew Cleveland has been booked into the Hunt County Jail as of 05/15/2019 on charges of MTR/ASSAULT FAMILY/HOUSEHOLD MEM PREV CONV and a new charge of EVADING ARREST DETENTION.
Lone Oak officer 702 called pursuit of a vehicle back on May 7, 2019. Officer initiated a traffic stop and the vehicle took off down FM 513 S. The vehicle eventually stopped, with one male subject exiting the vehicle on foot, running into the woods. Lone Oak officers along with Hunt County Sheriff Officers attempted to locate the suspect. A local Helicopter service Mr D’s took Lone Oak officer 700 high above the tress donating his time and chopper in hopes of spotting the suspect running thru the woods.
Unfortunately the suspect was never caught that night, officers believe a Dodge pickup truck was able to help MR Cleveland make his escaped that night.
On May 8, 2019 Lone Oak released the identity of the suspect as, Gary Matthew Cleveland. All officers and other local departments were made aware of the situation. We can proudly say today that Gary Matthew Cleveland is in custody.
Good job to all the different departments that made putting this criminal behind bars.
Hunt County EMS along with Commerce Fire & P.D responded to the area of Aldridge St @ Washington St this morning for a 2 car motor vehicle accident, with one of the vehicles being rolled over. Units arrived on scene advising 2 cars with one vehicle on its top. Fire & EMS assisted the patients, while Commerce P.D did their accident investigation. From the looks, a passenger vehicle struck the SUV in the side, causing the SUV to Rollover on its roof. Minor injuries reported
A Severe THUNDERSTORM Storm Warning was issued for South Hunt County at 11:48 this morning. A strong storm passed through West Tawakoni and Lone Oak Areas that was capable of producing 1.00 inch hail, heavy rains and lightning. One Lone Oak area resident on 513 South reports possible straight line winds caused some damage to their property as these storm came through. There have been no reports of any injuries. The homeowner states that they had their dogs in the house due to the pending storms.
There have been no more reports of damage reported as of this release.
All Inmates Are Innocent Until Proven Guilty
- Please help us find Jasmine Kay Anderson she ranaway Monday 3/18/2019
- She is 16 years old about 5’8 probably 160lbs soaking wet she is a sophomore at FORD HIGH SCHOOL in QUINLAN TEXAS
- Last know location was at the quinlan park she was wearing dark blue skinny jeans burnt red shirt and grey bobs shoes and a grey sports bra, hair in a bun, last contact with friend was Monday after she left. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Jasmine please contact HCSO or QPD.