3 other men arrested for unrelated bodily harm, 1 for showing firearms in public
A 61-year-old man from Sulfur Springs was accused of attacking his wife with a machete knife in hand. Four other men were also arrested earlier this week for assault or gun possession, including a man accused of showing a gun in public, a man who hit a door on the head of a divorcing spouse, a man who arrested on an arrest warrant for assault and a man accused of assaulting his girlfriend, and according to arrest reports.
Arrested on Lamar Street
Gaylon Voughan younger
Sulfur Springs Police responded to an incident reported on Lamar Street at 7:05 p.m. on September 29, 2021. Upon arrival, Officer Victor Reyna contacted a woman outside the residence.
The 51-year-old woman and her 61-year-old husband are said to have been involved in a verbal argument in the house. Gaylon Voughan Younger allegedly injured his wife’s arm while threateningly holding a machete-style knife and threatening to kill her if she did not leave, Reyna wrote in arrest reports.
Mr. Younger was detained at 7:42 pm on September 29, 2021 for aggravated assault with a lethal weapon for a second degree crime.
He was released from Hopkins County Jail on Thursday, September 30, 2021, on a $ 50,000 bond, according to prison reports.
Fuller Street Arrest
A child protection officer informed the police that she intended to contact a wanted man regarding a case she was working on.
Jose Ismael Cuevas
SSPD official Francisco Castro responded at 3:15 p.m. on September 30, 2021 at the Fuller Street location, where he found and contacted both the man and the CPS agent.
A file check by mail confirmed that the 30-year-old man from Sulfur Springs had indeed received an arrest warrant against him. The Dallas County arrest warrant was confirmed active, so police reports said Castro took Jose Ismael Cuevas into custody.
Cuevas was admitted to Hopkins County Jail at 3:53 p.m. on Thursday, September 30, 2021 on charges of family violence that interfered with breathing or circulation. He was released from Hopkins County Jail on September 30th. Bond was set at $ 15,000 for third degree assault, according to prison reports.
Prison records show Cuevas was arrested Thursday, not the first time in Hopkins County on assault charges. He was Imprisoned March 11th-12.07.2021 for local bodily harm of family or household members who impede breathing or circulation, as well as arrest warrants for bond expiry on 28.06.2020 for possession of a narcotic drug levy and for a falsification of the sale of financial instruments.
West Industrial Drive Arrest
Police responded to a gunshot wound in a shop in West Industrial Drive on Wednesday evening at 10:20 p.m. Upon arrival, they learned that a gun had been fired, but no one was hit, alleged Silas Whaley, a Sulfur Springs police officer, in arrest reports.
A 41-year-old man from Sulfur Springs landed on the floor after showing a gun in the store. His behavior reportedly alerted people so that they in turn helped him to the ground. The 41-year-old’s head is said to have been cut and the gun was unloaded, Whaley found in arrest reports.
The injured man was arrested at 11:05 pm on September 29th and then reportedly taken to the hospital, where he refused any medical treatment. He was then escorted to prison where he was charged with a Class B offense of showing or firing a gun in a public place early Thursday morning, according to police reports.
The man was released from the county jail on $ 10,000 bail on Thursday, September 30, 2021, according to prison reports.
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