On August 22, 2019 it was discovered that on County Road 146 (Coon Trail Road), multiple county road signs were intentionally damaged causing approximately $489.52 in damages. The signs were repaired on that date. Then on August 27, the signs were intentionally damaged a second time. Cameras captured the suspect vehicle in the act of causing the damage around midnight on the night of the 26th/morning of the 27th. The signs were then damaged again on August 29 as well as a subsequent fourth time.
The suspect vehicle is described as a white colored, most likely a 2500HD (but it could be a 3500HD), extended cab. The truck has a black grill guard, black headache rack, and a white or silver/chrome colored tool box.
In the early morning of June 28, 2019 at around 1:25 a.m. in the 200 block of East Williams a white male walks up to a parked white Toyota Tacoma truck. The male approaches the driver side of the vehicle and is seen looking inside the cab. Shortly after he throws a brick through the driver side window. After taking item from the truck he leaves the scene and the doors open. The incident number for the case is 20190323.
On Thursday, May 2, 2019, Breckenridge High School reported a burglary at 502 West Lindsey, at Breckenridge Junior High Cafeteria and Band Hall. The loss and damage of property occurred during the burglary is over $5,600. We are looking for information that will lead to the recovery of stolen property and the arrest of the individuals responsible. The incident number for this case is 20190217.
On June 14, 2019, Breckenridge Police Department responded to four separate calls involving windows being shot out by a BB Gun: residences in the 900 block of North Liveoak and the 300 block of West Williams, a businesses in the 1800 block of West Walker, and one at the Breckenridge High School Gym off of West Second. The windows were shot out during the night and we believe they occurred sometime after 10:30 p.m. on the 13th.
Sometime between 06/12/19 and 06/13/19 thieves stole approximately 1,200 feet of #2 copper wire valued at approximately $1,300. The theft occurred in the 1900 block of State Hwy 67, and the victim is BJB Transport
Law Enforcement Organization
Stephens County Sheriff's Office
The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office is looking for tips on who stole the wire, where the wire is currently, and the identities of who it may have been sold or traded to by the original thieves. A cash reward will be paid for tips that lead to the recovery of the property and/or arrests for stealing the wire.