10/18/16 Dallas County Sheriff Arrests
Dallas County deputies made three felony arrests earlier this month, two were drug related, one for terroristic threatening.
On October 1, Deputy Ryan Coleman stopped a Chrevrolet truck driven by 26 year old Matthew Hines of Bearden. Coleman made the stop after oberving Hines driving left of center. Hines was asked by Coleman if was under the influence of drugs or alcohol and Hines stated he had been using meth and had been awake about 3 days. When asked if he had any paraphernalia in his vehicle, Hines replied he had a glass pipe used to smoke meth. Hines was arrested and charged with DWI-drugs, driving left of center, no proof of insurance and careless and prohibited driving. Hines told Coleman he cooks his own meth. Hines made his first court appearance on October 4.
October 4, Deputy Coleman stopped a vehicle that had just been involved in criminal trespass and criminal mischief. The driver was identified as 20 year old Jarrod Proffitt of Camden. Proffitt gave Coleman permission to search his vehicle and a glass pipe containing a white powdery substance was found in a jacket on the seat. Proffitt also produced a plastic baggie from his wallet that appeared to be meth. Proffitt was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Proffitt made his first apperance in court October 6.
October 8, Dallas County
deputies responded to a domestic dispute at 1515 Kingsland Road, the caller
advised that her son in law, Kelcey Bryant was trying to break into her
residence. While officers were at the residence, Bryant called on the phone
and threatened the lives of his wife, her mother, police and everyone in the
home. Officers went down the road about a quarter of a mile to Bryant's
residence and took him into custody for terroristic threatening. Bryant's
first court appearance was October 11.