Anisha Clayton, 2005 Sulphur Springs High School graduate, has been through it all. From devastating heartbreak to pulling herself out of dispair, she is a survivor who will stop at nothing to provide for her children.
Crime rose in Sulphur Springs by 20 percent for a total of 222 crimes recorded by Sulphur Springs Police in the seven major crime categories in 2015. That is 37 more crimes last year than in 2014, when the rate dropped 12 percent from 211 crimes on 2013 to 185 crimes recorded.
A Hopkins County Grand Jury this week returns 38 indictments against more than 17 different people. Of those, 19 indictments have been released; only those of individuals confirmed to have been arrested on the charges.