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Smith Co. man arrested for aggravated sexual assault, indecency with a child

Bruce Dewayne Hash (Source: Smith County Sheriff's Office) Bruce Dewayne Hash (Source: Smith County Sheriff's Office)
​Jennifer Scritchfind Hurd (Source: Smith County Sheriff's Office) ​Jennifer Scritchfind Hurd (Source: Smith County Sheriff's Office)
SMITH COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -

From the Smith County Sheriff's Department:

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - On Wednesday, detectives and patrol deputies from the Smith County Sheriff's Office, along with an investigator from the District Attorney's Office arrested Bruce Dewayne Hash, 43, of Tyler, on two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child and one count of indecency with a child, sexual contact.

​Jennifer Scritchfind Hurd of Tyler, 34, was also arrested at the same residence on Highway 155 South for hindering apprehension.

​Hurd told officers Hash was not at the residence when they arrived to serve the warrants that had been issued by the 114th District Court. Hash had previously been arrested by warrant in this matter for one count of aggravated sexual assault of a child.

​ Hash and Hurd were booked into the Smith County Jail.

Bonds for Hash total $900,000.

 

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