A Brownwood man has been indicted on an allegation that he entered a south Brownwood home early on the morning of April 30 "and attempted to commit or committed the felony offense of sexual assault," 35th District Court documents state.
The July session of the Brown County Grand Jury returned an indictment for burglary of a habitation against Dempsey Webb, 40. Webb was also indicted as a repeat offender and habitual offender, having been convicted of burglary of a habitation in January 1993 and assault on a public servant in September 2003, court documents state.
In the April 30 incident, Webb is accused of entering through an open bedroom window and "inappropriately" touching a woman as she slept next to her young son, Brownwood police said earlier. The man fled when the woman woke up.
Webb was arrested on May 2 in Eddy County, in southeastern New Mexico, on a Brownwood warrant for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit an assault, police said. Webb remains in the Brown CountyJail with bond set at $150,000.
Evidence at the scene led to the development of Webb as a suspect following an investigation that included the Brown County Sheriff's Office, police said.
Detectives were looking at previous burglaries in which a male entered a home while occupants were present, and "took purses, etcetera, and then exited," police said earlier.
Others indicted were:
Jacqueline Lea Valdez, theft — enhanced.
Joseph Wayne Hudson, DWI.
Jimmy Berglan, possession of a controlled substance — drug free zone.
Thomas Steven Dunaway Jr., DWI.
Jordan Walt Davis, possession of a controlled substance.
Myles Curtis Baker, possession of a controlled substance.
Connor Phillip Koss, possession of a controlled substance.
James Daniel Wilhelm, DWI, evading arrest.
Robert Lee Danner, DWI (two indictments).
Johnny Earl Simmons, DWI.
Stephen Wayde Meade, DWI.
Camron Helge, possession of a controlled substance.
George Ford, evidence tampering.
Scott Lewis Stuart, DWI.
Michael Dewain Wilkerson, possession of a controlled substance.
Robert Shannon Stoker, possession of a controlled substance.