Livingston man arrested on warrants
DAM B – Tyler County Sheriffs’ deputies made an arrest of a man with active warrants, and levied multiple charges on him last week.
According to Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford, deputies were patrolling in the Dam B area on Sunday, Oct. 16 at 7 a.m. and made contact with Jason Clowers, a 44-year-old Livingston man. The deputies came upon him at the Bar Pits Boat Ramp site, and Weatherford said that while they spoke with the subject, they learned he had active warrants out for his arrest in both Polk and Hardin counties.
The deputies took Clowers into custody and transported him to the Tyler County Justice Center.
Clowers was charged with felony unlawful possession of a firearm by felon (motion to revoke probation); felony possession of controlled substance (penalty group 1/1-B, greater than one gram; motion to revoke probation); terroristic threat against peace officer; evading arrest/detention and felony assault/family violence (previous conviction).
Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Trisher Ford set Clowers’s bond amounts at $60,000, which also includes a no bond, which was set by a district judge out of Polk County.
Clowers was transferred to the Hardin County Jail, where he is being held on the felony assault/family violence charge on a $40,000 bond.
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