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Special to The News On Monday, Nov. 19, :Lloyd Dwight Stephens, : 48, of times in the past for pos- session charges. After more Conversation, Chatfield was sen- the passenger seat, but :tenced to Stephens kept some in his hand. five years Robei~Son eventually in the Texas Department of asked for consent to search :Criminal Justice for pos- the vehicle. After some session of methampheta- hesitation Stephens agreed : mine. Judge Mark Cal- bet stated that he needed to boon of the 3rd Judicial get some money that he District Court sentenced had dropped on the floor- Stephens after he pleaded board. After reaching guilty to the charge as well down on the floorboard as a tampering with evi- with his left hand, Robert- . dence charge which car- son shined his flashlight on : fled an 18-month state jail the area Stephens reached "semence. and noticed a partially Stephens was arrested in chewed plastic baggie with January this year after white residue inside still : being pulled over by Hen- wet with saliva. Robertson :derson County Sheriff's then read Stephens his : Deputy David Robertson rights and questioned him :for a traffic violation, about the baggie. After Deputy Robertson stopped questioning, Stephens ad- :Stephens in front of the mitted it contained : Brookshire's in Seven methamphetamine. :Points on State Highway Robertson then arrested i 274. According to the po- Stephens for possession of - lice report, as Robertson a controlled substance and : was approachingtampering with evidence. Stephens' vehicle on foot McKee praised the work to issue the citation, of Robertson and Hender- Stephens appeared very son County Sheriff Ray nervous and was clutching Nutt for his work in identi- Robertson asked Stephens to empty his left hand. Stephens did place some items from his left hand on something in his left hand fying those fliat possess or Robertson also noticed distribute narcotics, Several empty pl~tic bag- "ShefiffNutt told the cit: gies as Stephens was re= izens when hewas elected trieving his wallet. As that all officers would Stephens was getti~g his ::~,grk narcotics and he has license from his wallet he stayed ti~UE to his word," kept his le~f~* hand said McKee. "This was a clenched. Robertson then simple traffic stop that led began questioning to a parolee charged with Stephens about his crimi- and Successfully prosecut- nal history and learned that ed for possession of mete he was on parole and had This was just good old- been arrested numerous fashioned police work." BERRY LUMBER "Your Hometown, Home Owned Company" OPEN Man - Fri 7:30-5:00 Sat 7:30-12:00 206 E. Royall E. Hwy 31 Malakoff (903)489-0532 .7",'=="//==. S'fAR~ RIGHT~ START HERE.' S-Pc. PllerJ Set k " Friday, December 7, 2012 - The News - Page 11A . it" professionals, likethe _ intervi nt.lonal cardiologists of Tyler Cardiovascular Consultants. "We have a new relationship with ETMC and the plans we have are vety innovative, Their mission has always been about better beal care and healthcare delivery. 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