Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Wanted Man Carrying 8 Grams of Meth

Patrick Neal Sullivan, 34, Hooks, TX

A man wanted for a felony probation violation was arrested Thursday by Bowie County Sheriff’s Office deputies while allegedly carrying 8 grams of meth.

According to Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jeff Neal on April 30, 2015 Deputy Stephen Powell received information that Patrick Neal Sullivan was at an address in the 1400 block of Garden Road and there was an active felony probation violation warrant for his arrest.

According to Neal, “Deputy Powell, Deputy Cole Ogden, Constable Robbie Caudle and Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Shawn Hervey all provided assistance to Powell in serving the warrant.”

“Warden Hervey located Mr. Sullivan and he was arrested for the outstanding warrant,” said Neal. “When searching Mr. Sullivan after his arrest, Deputy Powell located a clear bag containing methamphetamine in his pocket. This bag of methamphetamine was later found to weigh around eight grams.”

According to Neal Sullivan was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance Over Four Grams and Under 200 Grams in addition to the warrant for his arrest. He was transported to the Bi-State Jail where his bond was later set at $40,000.00 for the Possession of a Controlled Substance charge by Judge Gibson Hadaway.

No Bond has been set for Mr. Sullivan’s probation violation charge.

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