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Thank you David A and David B Nyquist for donating pizza to NCSO

A very special thank you to David A. and David B. Nyquist for donating a pizza lunch today for the Navarro County Sheriff's Office employees.

We appreciate all you do and for your continued support of law enforcement.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Deputy Morales transferred to Courthouse Security

Congratulations to Deputy Erica Morales who transferred from detention to courthouse security today.

We wish her all the best in her new position.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Narcotics Search Warrant results in arrest

On Friday, 6/12/2020, at approximately 8:50 am the
NCSO Narcotics Unit executed a narcotics search warrant in the 900 block W. 9th Ave. in Corsicana

As a result of the investigation, approximately 15.2 grams of methamphetamine was seized from the location along with additional evidence supporting narcotics sales including digital scales and baggies.One suspect was arrested at the scene for Man/Del CS PG 1 > 4g < 200g Drug Free Zone.

The location was within 1,000 feet of Drane Learning Center owned by Corsicana ISD making it a Drug Free Zone.

Another great job by our officers who continue to prove their dedication and are consistent with the promise of keeping these illegal drugs off our city and county streets.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Dangerous Parole Violator in custody after pursuit

On Monday, June 8th at approximately 2:30 pm the Navarro County Sheriff's Office received information about a wanted armed and dangerous parole violator who had been seen in a white Chrysler mini van in Dawson. Deputies had previously received information via an officer safety bulletin that the suspect had made statements that he wasn't going back to jail and would shoot officers that attempted contact with him. As the first deputy arrived in the area, he observed the possible suspect vehicle leaving the Dollar General. As the suspect vehicle proceeded east on Highway 31 out of Dawson, a second NCSO unit arrived in the area. The suspect vehicle turned off Highway 31 onto FM 667 and the deputies attempted to initiate a traffic stop.

The suspect initially stopped and released a female passenger on FM 667 then fled in the vehicle throughout the county and ultimately into Corsicana. During the pursuit an NCSO detective was able to make phone contact with the suspect who stated that the deputies better shoot him when he stopped because he was going to stab them. During the course of the lengthy pursuit, numerous NCSO, CPD and DPS units combined to attempt to apprehend this violent offender. The pursuit ended with a traffic crash involving the suspect and a Corsicana Police Unit on West 7th Avenue in Corsicana after the suspect drove through the back parking lot of the Collin Street Bakery and into oncoming traffic in front of HEB.

I applaud the courage of the officers today who dealt with this dangerous situation displaying the utmost professionalism. We are blessed and very fortunate to not only get this type of violent offender off the street, but that the Corsicana Police officer involved sustained non life threatening injuries. I am very proud that no citizens were injured today and this violent offender is in custody at the Navarro County Justice center where he will face additional felony charges.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Thank you Napoli's Restaurant

Grateful to Napoli's for bringing pizza, lasagna and bread to the deputies working last night. Your kindness is appreciated.

Thank you Super 1 Foods

Thank you to our local Super One Foods for the water and Power-Aid donation, four boxes of donuts from the Salvation Army and
two boxes from New Century Hospice-Epic Nursing and Rehab yesterday.

We very much appreciate your kindness and generosity for thinking of and supporting us at the NCSO.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Peaceful Protest Event

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High risk narcotics search warrant executed

Early this morning the NCSO Tactical Team executed a high risk narcotics search warrant in the 3400 block of FM 1126 in Emhouse.

One suspect was taken into custody and a quantity of methamphetamine was seized.

I want to say thank you to Corsicana Fire and Rescue along with Chief Henley for staging a medical unit in the area in the event medical assistance was needed during
this operation.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

NCSO welcomes one new patrol deputy and two new communications officers

Today we are proud to introduce three new NCSO employees to our citizens.

Joseph Holmes, who has been assigned to the patrol division, is a Corsicana native who comes to us after a stint in the US Army and most recently with the Corsicana Police Department.

Breanna Ivey has been assigned to our communications division after serving 2 years in dispatch at the Corsicana Police Department. Breanna is also no stranger to law enforcement as her father Roy is the Kerens Police Chief.

Hunter Harris, who has been assigned to the communications division, is from Blooming Grove and also a member of the Blooming Grove Volunteer Fire Department.

We welcome these new employees to the NCSO and wish them all the best in the future.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Memorial Day

What we remember and honor on Memorial Day is heroic sacrifice. We acknowledge those who heroically gave of themselves, even unto death, for a purpose they believed in, that was greater than themselves.

Since the days just following the end of the Civil War, Americans have observed a day in May to honor those who died in military service to their country. In the spirit of the day, we can also recall, honor, and pray for all those we know who have lived their lives of service and sacrifice for the good of others.

So, to those who courageously gave their lives, and to those who bravely fight today... we say thank you.

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