EARLY — Sheriff's deputies and Early police served a search warrant Thursday morning at mobile home park in Early and seized stolen property and a small amount of drugs. Two people were arrested.
Officers arrived at a mobile home around 8 a.m. at the mobile home park in south Early and served a "knock and announce" warrant. No one answered officers' knock, so officers forced the door and woke up a man and woman inside, officers said later.
Officers recovered property from several burglaries as well as a small amount of methamphetamine and marijuana.
Early Police Chief David Mercer referred comment to sheriff's officials. Investigators with the sheriff's office revealed few details Thursday, citing an ongoing investigation.
After making the arrests, officers spent time inside the mobile home and also walked around outside, where a man and a woman sorted through property that had been stolen from them.
In other incidents:
Deputy Brandon Arnold was dispatched Wednesday to an undisclosed location on West Main Boulevard on a father-daughter disturbance. Arnold arrested Robert Scribner, 57, on an assault charge.
Brownwood officer Doug Hurt was dispatched Wednesday to Dr Pepper Bottling on a report that coin-operated machines had been burglarized.
• Officer Brandon Miller was dispatched to the Dollar General store on South Highway 377 on a report of an animal bite. Miller cited a man for allowing having an unrestrained animal.
• Miller made a traffic stop Wednesday in the 1400 block of Avenue B and cited the driver for possessing drug paraphernalia.
• Miller was dispatched to an undisclosed address early Thursday morning on an assault call and arrested Kimberly Boland, age not given, on charges of assault, resisting arrest and interfering with public duties.
• Officer Jayme Bowman was dispatched early Thursday morning to the 1800 block of Vincent on a domestic disturbance. A woman said her husband had hit her in the jaw and head. The suspect had left and was headed for Dairy Queen. The suspect, whose identity was not available Thursday, was located and arrested.
Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. Friday were:
Serina Crockett, 22, Brownwood, public intoxication.
Gwendolyn Doud, 21, Brownwood, burglary of a habitation.
Tristan Tomme, 29, Bangs, motion to revoke for DWI.
Justin Torres, 19, San Antonio, fictitious insurance and registration.