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Shelby County Sheriff Willis Blackwell reports that on Monday,
February 15, 2016 at approximately 0741hrs, Shelby County Sheriff's
Department was contacted by Nacogdoches Police Department who advised that
a vehicle registered to a Raymond Carson of Center was located in a
Nacogoches city park located on Pearl Street near the intersection of West
Main Street. It was advised that a subject identified as a Thomas Wayne
Hughes, Jr., 31 of Garrison was located inside the vehicle bound with
handcuffs and zipties.
 
     
 
Sergeant Investigator DJ Dickerson was notified of the situation in
which he along with Deputy Kurtes Lawrence and Patrol Sergeant Michael
Griffin traveled to the residence to which the vehicle was registered to, a
Raymond Carson located at 14834 Highway 7 West, Center, Texas. Upon
arrival, contact was made with a Raymond Carson who at that time realized
that his 2005 Toyota Tacoma was stolen. Mr. Carson had a game camera
attached to a tree that was pointing towards the residence where the
vehicle was parked and upon reviewing the SD card with photographs, (2)
photographs were found time stamped 0241am and 0304am in which a white male
subject of slender build wearing blue jeans and a hoodie was walking
towards Carson's vehicle. It was found that the subject that was located in
Carson's vehicle by Nacogdoches Police Department officers was the same
observed in the photographs on the game camera.
 
 
 
Sergeant Investigator DJ Dickerson traveled to a neighboring
residence next to Carson's residence and spoke with a subjects who advised
that a Thomas Hughes, Jr. was over at his place and had left sometime in
the night possibly through a bedroom window due to the window being found
open and the doors locked and secured.
 
 
 
Sergeant Investigator Donnie G. Dickerson, Jr. spoke to Detective
Killinsworth with Nacogdoches Police Department who advised that the
defendant, a Thomas Wayne Hughes, Jr. had confessed that he had stolen the
vehicle from the Carson residence last night and advised that he had bound
himself with the handcuffs and zipties.
 
     
 
It was also discovered through the investigation that Hughes had
traveled through a fence line to exit from the property due to a gate being
secured.
 
 
Warrants were issued for Thomas Hughes, Jr. for the charges of
Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, State Jail Felony and Criminal
Mischief, Misdemeanor B. Hughes was arrested for said charges and has since
been transferred to the Shelby County Sheriff's Department and was
arraigned by Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Maxie Eaves receiving a total
bond for both charges set at $7,000 and was released on the 23rd of
February.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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