A weekend traffic stop in Early led to the seizure of 18 grams of methamphetamine and a small quantity of black tar heroin. Two Richardson men were arrested.
Early police Sgt. Steven Means arrested Jerry Laney, 31, and Carlos Gonzales, 40, on a charges of possession of a controlled substance, police said,
According to Early police:
Means stopped a vehicle for speeding Saturday in the 500 block of Garmon. Means arrested the driver for driving without a license. Means located methamphetamine in the vehicle and in a pocket of one of the occupants. Means also located four syringes — three loaded with suspected methamphetamine and one loaded with suspected black tar heroin.
The syringes will be submitted to the Department of Public Safety lab for analysis to determine their content.
A third occupant of the vehicle was released pending further investigation.
Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Monday were:
Brett Arellano, 20, Brownwood, criminal mischief, assault.
Zechariah Coleman, 42, Arlington, driving with invalid license, failure to appear.
Roger Crawford, 28, Brownwood, no driver's license third or more.
Robert Danner, 63, May, public intoxication,
Tonei Kemp, 21, Cross Plains, unlawful carrying weapon.
David McNutt, 24, Comanche, theft.
Sara Newton, 33, Roscoe, bond withdrawal for possession of a controlled substance.
Valerie Reyna, 35, Brownwood, theft by check.
Courtney Rose, 24, Killeen, failure to appear for theft.
Daniel Sears, 28, Early, assault.
Pricella Soza, 21, May, traffic warrants.