The November session of the Brown County Grand Jury returned evading arrest indictments against a man and a woman in unrelated cases that involved other charges at the time of their arrests, including misdemeanor DWI.
    Grand jurors returned the evading arrest and aggravated assault against a public servant indictments against Amber white, 27, of Tuscola, in connection with an April 27 incident, records in District Clerks Cheryl Jones’ office state.
    The panel also returned an evading arrest indictment against Cesar Rodriguez, in connection with an April 1 incident.

Amber White indictments
    Brownwood police, sheriff’s deputies and a Department of Public Safety trooper became involved in the pursuit of a car after a caller reported a reckless driver on Bangs Hill, police said earlier.
    The route of the pursuit included West Austin Avenue, where the car, driven by a woman identified as White, traveled at high speed and nearly entered oncoming traffic. Deputy Taylor Fletcher stopped his patrol vehicle in front of the car, and the driver stopped. Fletcher got in front of the car and gave commands to the driver, who accelerated toward Fletcher. Fletcher moved aside to avoid being struck.
    White was arrested after stopping the car in a parking lot on East Commerce. White was booked into the Brown County Jail on charges including a misdemeanor DWI that has not yet been filed, according to court records.

Cesar Rodriguez indictment
    Deputy Toby Mathis was providing traffic control for a disabled 18-wheeler on East Commerce when he saw a pickup approaching at high speed. The driver, identified as Rodriguez, slammed on the pickup’s brakes and turned sharply into a parking lot, law enforcement reports state.
     Mathis attempted a traffic stop but the driver accelerated away. The driver stopped behind the Hampton Inn and got out, and was arrested after a foot pursuit.
    Rodriguez was also booked on misdemeanor DWI and resisting arrest charges that have not been filed,