Armed & Dangerous Alleged Murderer Turns Herself InPress Release
BIG SPRING, TX — (BSPD Press Release) At approximately 11:00 a.m., Susan Overton turned herself in at the Howard County Law Enforcement Center. Mrs. Overton has been arrested and charged with Murder.
At the time of Mrs. Overton’s arrest a small caliber semi-automatic firearm was seized from her and is believed to be the firearm used in the commission of the offense. Mrs. Overton is currently awaiting arraignment by a magistrate.
The Big Spring Police Department has also recovered the suspect vehicle, white in color, 2010, Ford Focus 4 door with Texas license plates JYL4340, which was located in the 1300 block of S. Nolan.
This continues to be an ongoing investigation and there is no further information available at this time.
BIG SPRING, TX — (Big Spring PD Press Release) On June 12 at approximately 11:00 P.M., Big Spring Police Department officers and Big Spring Fire Department Emergency Medical Services personnel were dispatched to 700 block of Bucknell in reference to a gunshot victim.
Upon arrival at the residence officers found Jesse James Collins, White/Male 30 years of age, inside with a gunshot wound to his chest. Collins was immediately transported to Scenic Mountain Medical Center for treatment but later succumbed to his injuries.
The Big Spring Police Department Criminal Investigations Division responded to the scene and the preliminary investigation has indicated that Susan Etta Overton, 30, (AKA “Goozie” Susan Humphrey), White/Female, shot Collins while inside the residence.
Overton fled the scene in a white in color 2010 Ford Focus 4 door with Texas license plates JYL4340. The Big Spring Police Department Criminal Investigations Division has received an arrest warrant for Overton for Murder a Felony of the 1st degree.
Mrs. Overton is to be considered armed and dangerous. This is an ongoing investigation and no further information is available at this time.
If you have any information regarding this investigation or to the whereabouts of Mrs. Overton or the vehicle she was driving please call the Criminal Investigations Division Sergeant at (432)264-2558 or you can call CrimeStoppers at (432)263-TIPS (8477). You can also use the CrimeStoppers P3tips.com software to submit your tip online. Remember no caller ID is ever used and all tips are anonymous.