A Brownwood man remained Monday in the Brown County Jail on drug and other charges in lieu of bonds totaling $141,500 following his arrest Friday.
    Damon Rayburn, 40, was booked on charges of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, evidence tampering, violating a protective order; on three Class C misdemeanor warrants; and on bond withdrawal warrants for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm, violating a protective order and terroristic threat, jail records state.
    According to a report by sheriff's investigator Carlyle Gover:
    Gover followed up Friday on reports that an individual was violating a protective order and distributing methamphetamine. Gover made a traffic stop at First and Poindexter on a car driven by Rayburn, the driver, and a female passenger. Gover arrested Rayburn for violating the protective order, which named the female passenger as the protected person, and on the misdemeanor warrants.
    Deputy Toby Mathis searched the street in the area of the traffic stop and found a case with 10.6 grams of methamphetamine. Gover believed Rayburn threw the case from his moving vehicle when Gover made the traffic stop.
    The amount is a distribution amount of methamphetamine, Gover’s report states.