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Nacogdoches County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 261
Inmate Capacity: 292
Year Constructed: 1983
Full-Time Staff: 45
Total Staff Salaries: $1,625,866

Phone:(936) 560-7777

Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 28th, 2017 at 8:52am
Drug Seizure 160 lbs of Codeine

Four felony arrests were made early this morning by Nacogdoches County Deputies after conducting a traffic stop. Around 4:30 am, Deputies with the Sheriff Office observed a vehicle traveling north bound on highway 259 that failed to dim headlights to oncoming traffic. Deputes conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and found the vehicle was occupied by four males subjects from Memphis, Tennessee. Deputies observed the subjects were very nervous and deputies asked the driver if there were any drugs in the vehicle. The driver admitted to having drugs inside the car. A search of the car revealed 160 pounds of codeine inside the trunk. All four subjects were taken into custody.

Dontelly Dickerson 26 years of age, Michael Farley 25 years of age, Venzel Holloway 25 years of age and Richard Telford 24 years of age were charged with possession of a controlled substance a 1st degree felony and bond was set by the justice of the peace at 150,000.00 dollars. All subjects are from Memphis, Tennessee. Dickerson was also charged with an outstanding warrant for possession of controlled substance out of Fort Bend County.

Investigators with the Sheriff Office are also working with Houston Police Department to try and identify if the drugs were possibly stolen from a pharmacy in the Houston area. The investigation is ongoing.
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 10th, 2017 at 9:37am
Nacogdoches County Jail has purchased the Guardian RFID system. From tracking inmate movements and managing medication passes, to automating security rounds and headcounts, GUARDIAN RFID will help us eliminate manual and paper-based systems, while communicating mission-critical information to staff members in real-time. Exclusively endorsed by the National Sheriffs’ Association, GUARDIAN RFID is trusted by jails, prisons, and juvenile detention facilities of all sizes across the U.S. This system will allow more accountability and increase productivity. Below, the jail staff is being trained on the new system which was obtained through grant funding
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 10th, 2017 at 7:25am
Emergency 911 services have been restored for AT&T customers. This was a nationwide issue, effecting only AT&T customers. The issue has been fixed and your cellular phone should be able to connect with 911 for all AT&T customers.

It is always good to know the non-emergency numbers as well. For Nacogdoches County Combined Dispatch (sheriff/police) call 936-559-2607. For the Sheriff Office, administrative, CID or jail call 936-560-7777.
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 9th, 2017 at 3:45pm
Urgent notice:

AT&T wireless reports their mobile phones may not be able to call 911 at this time. Please call 936-559-2607 for emergency services in Nacogdoches County if your 911 call will not go through.
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office
Nacogdoches County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 7th, 2017 at 7:45am
ATO fraternity investigation:

On 5-10-16, the Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Office made contact with a female subject who claimed to be the victim of a sexual assault. During that interview, she claimed to have been raped on 5-7-16 while at a party hosted by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity in Nacogdoches County. She told the Sheriff’s investigator that she was driven to the party by a friend, as she was too intoxicated to drive. At the party, she believed she had sex with a male subject (“ Male Subject A”) in his vehicle, parked near the fraternity house. Both the victim and the male subject agree that the sex was consensual. The complainant then returned to the party and joined 3 additional male subjects in the woods surrounding the fraternity house to smoke marijuana. She stated that she did not remember much after that, but believed that one of the males may have choked her, and thought the three male subjects may have each had sex with her. The victim was unable to identify the 3 male subjects. She stated that she had her eyes closed and was penetrated from behind. No further allegations were made at the first interview with the complainant.

On 5-10-16, a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) conducted a physical exam of the complainant. The findings were consistent with the victim’s claim of consensual vaginal sex with the male subject in his vehicle.

On 5-11-16, at the request of the victim, a second SANE exam was conducted of the victim’s anus. No evidence of anal penetration was found.

On 5-12-16, the complainant provided a group picture of the fraternity, with the faces of 30 individuals circled. She identified them as people who had sexually assaulted her, or people she saw at the party.

She also identified one individual as the bartender at the party. It was later determined that the “bartender” had graduated from SFA in 2015, and was actually in Dallas at the time of the party.

On 5-12-16, the complainant returned to the Sheriff’s Office requesting the opportunity to redo her statement after researching the effects of date rape drugs. However, during the interview, the complainant became hysterical, began kicking and screaming, and crawled under a table. Once she calmed down, she and her mother were driven home. During the drive, they carried on a normal conversation.

On 5-13-16, the complainant texted the Sheriff’s investigator 17 times with the names and phone numbers of potential witnesses.

On 5-14-16, the complainant texted the Sheriff’s investigator 16 times with the names and pictures of male subjects she believed had assaulted her in the woods.

On 6-14-16, the complainant again met with the Sheriff’s investigator. She stated that she was assaulted by 15 male subjects in the woods. She also advised that she only had one drink at the fraternity party, and that it contained a date rape drug. She no longer claimed that she entered the woods voluntarily to smoke marijuana with three male subjects. She now claimed that she was carried into the woods. She also claimed that there was an orderly line of male subjects waiting to take turns having sex with her, while one individual handed out condoms from a black bag. She further named two male subjects who watched, but did not assault her.

Between 5-10-16 and 5-19-16, investigators from the Sheriff’s Office located and spoke with potential witnesses and attempted to locate a crime scene.

Investigators combed the wooded area around the fraternity house. No evidence was found to determine a location for the alleged sexual assaults.

The SANE was told of the complainant’s claim that upwards of 15 male subjects had unconsensual sex with her on 5-10-16. She informed the Sheriff’s Office that her findings were not consistent with that possibility.

On 6-28-16, due to the volume of potential suspects and witnesses continually updated by the complainant, the Texas Rangers agreed to assist the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office with the investigation. SFA also hired an independent investigator to look into the allegations. A total of 54 individuals were interviewed in connection with the complainant’s claims. After a thorough and detailed investigation all three agencies came to the same conclusion: there is no evidence to substantiate the claims made by the complainant.

Throughout the investigation, all agencies involved have worked together to investigate these serious allegations. All of the Agencies have come to the same conclusion that there is not currently probable cause to believe that an offense occurred. At this time the agencies agree that the investigation is closed. However, should new, credible evidence be discovered, it will be reviewed.

Time after time, even after the Complainant’s stories changed and she accused different suspects, law enforcement continued to diligently investigate the case. After interviewing 54 people, some close friends of the complainant, there is no individual, nor any evidence, to corroborate her story. Due to the magnitude of allegations that were made in this case, it was handled as a top priority by the Sheriff’s Office as well as all other agencies involved.

At this time, no further names will be submitted to the Grand Jury, as there is no probable cause to believe that an offense occurred. Law enforcement always considers claims of sexual offenses to be high priority cases. This case was investigated thoroughly for several months by law enforcement. Many people were interviewed in this investigation multiple times by investigators.

The Sheriff’s Office would not normally put out such sensitive information on any type of case, especially a sexual assault case. However, due to the high profile nature of this case, the media attention it garnered, and the safety concerns expressed by our community, we felt that it was important for the public to be made aware of both the details uncovered in this investigation and the current status of the case.