A Brownwood man with two pending DWI cases was arrested on another DWI charge after a hit-and-run accident late Tuesday night, police said.
    Detrick Henry, 33, was also charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon because police believe he intentionally caused a wreck on the Austin Avenue overpass, and with leaving the scene of an accident, police and jail records state.
    Henry, who was arrested on DWI charges on Jan. 28 and Feb. 17 of this year, remained jailed Wednesday, jail records state. Those cases have not yet been to court. No bonds had been set as of early Wednesday afternoon.
    According to a report by officer Ian Baker:
    Baker was dispatched at midnight to the area of Austin and Coggin on a report of a hit-and-run accident. Baker met with the occupants of a 2000 Cadillac that had been struck from behind by a van, later identified as a 1997 Chevrolet Astro Van. Baker heard Cpl. Brandon Johnson radio that he had made a traffic stop on the suspect vehicle in the 600 block of Avenue C. Johnson made the traffic stop after seeing the driver throw a beer bottle out the window.
    Baker went to the traffic stop location, where he believed he saw signs of intoxication in the driver, identified as Henry.
    With the help of officer Bryan Greenrock, Baker learned what had happened in the hit-and-run accident.
    The Cadillac driver told Greenrock she was driving on Main Street near the Main Street Car Wash and the van was traveling behind her. The Cadillac was about two car lengths ahead of the van when the Cadillac driver changed lanes and turned south onto Austin Avenue.
    The van driver tried to swerve into her lane multiple times, and the woman slowed down on the overpass to try to let the van pass. The van pulled into the parking lot of the Valero store at the bottom of the overpass, and when the Cadillac passed the store, the van pulled out from the parking lot, accelerated and struck the Cadillac in the rear bumper.
    “It is believed at this time through witness’ statements that the damage was caused intentionally by Henry,” Baker’s report states.
    The woman later drove herself to Brownwood Regional Medical Center to get checked out for pain in her back and shoulder.
    Baker drove Henry to Brownwood Regional Medical Center and obtained a search warrant for a blood draw.