Arrests made by Tenaha Marshal's Office
Following a theft investigation in the city limits of Tenaha Texas, the Tenaha Marshal’s Office, on Feb. 5, executed a search warrant at a residence located on East Saddle Street in Joaquin Texas. The Tenaha Marshal’s Office located stolen property related to the theft along with an illegal firearm, narcotics and other dangerous drugs.
A white female, identified as Elisha M. Remedies, age 33, was taken into custody at the scene and transported to the Shelby County Jail, by the Tenaha Marshal’s Office, without incident. E. Remedies was charged with Theft M(b), Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon F(3), Possession of a Controlled Substance M(a) and Possession of a Dangerous Drug M(a).
This is an ongoing investigation with further arrests pending. The Tenaha Marshal’s Office would like to thank the following agencies for their assistance in the county. Shelby County District Attorney’s Office, Shelby County Constable Pct. 2, Texas Department of Public Safety and the Shelby County Probation Department.
Following more information, on a theft that occurred in the city limits of Tenaha Texas, on Feb. 6 at approximately 8:30 p.m., officers with the Tenaha Marshals Office investigated a residence on West Drive in Tenaha.
During the investigation, a black male, identified as Bradley Brock, age 27, was located inside the residence. B. Brock was taken into custody on a Tenaha warrant for theft M(b).
B. Brock was also arrested for Nacogdoches County warrants on three counts of failure to appear and one warrant for Bail jumping. During the investigation, officers located marijuana inside the residence, which was located next to the Tenaha School. B. Brock was also charged with Possession of marijuana in a drug free zone, which is a State Jail Felony.
Also arrested at the residence was a white female, identified as Amy Allen, age 37. A. Allen was charged with possession of marijuana in a drug free zone, State jail felony.
Both subjects were transported to the Shelby County Jail, by the Tenaha Marshal’s Office without incident. Marshal Jeremy H. Pope states that this investigation is still open, pending more arrests.
The Tenaha Marshal’s Office would like to thank the following agencies for their assistance in this investigation, Shelby County District Attorney’s Office, The Department of Public Safety, Constable Pct. 2, Constable Pct. 4 and the Shelby County Probation Department.