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2 East Texans jailed, accused of providing booze to minors

Christy Annett Wood. Photo Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Department. Christy Annett Wood. Photo Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Department.
Stacy Ann Deatherage. Photo Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Department. Stacy Ann Deatherage. Photo Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Department.

Released by the Van Zandt County Sheriff's Department:

On Sunday April 1st, 2012 at approximately 01:58 a.m. Van Zandt County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to FM 857 for a motor vehicle accident.  Grand Saline Police Department also responded and found the operator of the vehicle to be a minor under the influence of alcohol.  Deputies, Grand Saline Police Department Officers and Department of Public Safety Trooper obtained information about a pasture party were alcohol was being furnished to minors by adults.  Officers went to the 2000 block of FM 857 and upon arrival observed a large group of minors and two (2) adults.  All juveniles ages 14-16 were released to their parents with citations for Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor.  The following minors 17-20 years of age were arrested for and charged with Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor.  Those arrested were: Ryan Wade McGlothlin, 20, of Fruitvale, Douglas Michael Evans, 18, of Grand Saline, Chase Jacob Sanders, 18, of Grand Saline, Montana Ray Tippett, 18, of Grand Saline, Fidel Casillasor, 18, of Grand Saline, Austin  Curry Bolin, 19, of  Grand Saline,  Michael Colton Means, 17, of  Grand Saline,  and  Rustin Ty Wood, 18, of Grand Saline.  All were arraigned and Released to Report to Justice of the Peace Precinct #1.  The two (2) adults arrested and charge with Purchase/Furnish Alcohol to a Minor were: 

  • Stacy Ann Deatherage, W/F/, 42, of Grand Saline – bond set at $10,000
  • Christy Annett Wood, W/F, 39, of Grand Saline – bond set at $10,000

Both have bonded out of the Van Zandt County Justice Center.

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