Criminal Investigation Division
CID FingerprintThe goals of the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) are to investigate criminal offenses, 
prepare cases for prosecution and reduce crime.  Criminal offenses that require follow-ups are assigned to detectives. A substantial amount of these cases are cleared by means such as arrest and filing with the District and County Attorneys. Detectives work a variety of crimes from misdemeanors to capital felonies. The criteria and solvability factors that determine whether a case may be assigned for follow-up investigation include, but are not limited to, the nature of the crime, suspect information, property identification, witness information and the presence of physical evidence.
Division Commander - Lt. Nathan Spraggins

LT Spraggins - CopyLt. Spraggins has been a sworn Texas Peace Officer since October, 2003 and holds an Advanced Peace Officer License. Lt. Spraggins served in the Patrol Division from 2003 until 2010. In the Patrol Division he was a Field Training Officer, Intoxilyzer Operator, and an instructor in various law enforcement subjects. In 2006 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and supervised a patrol shift. In 2010 he was transferred to the Support Services Division where he supervised the Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU). In addition to his investigative and supervisory duties Spraggins served as a firearms instructor, TASER Instructor, and department armorer. Lt. Spraggins was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in October of 2013. He is now the Patrol Division Commander and serves as the department range master.
CID Staff
Lt. Spraggins nathan.spraggins@huttotx.gov
Detective Mattingly scott.mattingly@huttotx.gov
Detective Moehrig michael.moehrig@huttotx.gov
Detective Parker
  catherine.parker@huttotx.gov