Friday, May 4
• DWI —Deputies were dispatched to South Highway 183 for a reckless driver. While en route, deputies were diverted to the Allsup’s on Early Boulevard on a report of the reckless driver fighting with another person. Officers arrived on scene and detained Jagdeep Kang, 49, of Early.
It was determined, through admittance, the suspect had been drinking and driving. The suspect refused all field sobriety tests and was arrested on a DWI charge. A search warrant was obtained for a blood draw.
• Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon — Highway 279. Cpl. Taylor Fletcher performed a traffic stop on a pickup. During the traffic the driver claimed he had been shot earlier in the evening. A report was made.
Saturday, May 5
• Cruelty to animals — North U.S. Highway 183, Deputy Kaleb Hopson, responded to a cruelty to animals report. The incident is still being investigated.
• Assault — CR 269. Deputy Hopson responded to an assault call. The victim said he wanted to press charges for assault and criminal mischief against the known suspect.
Sunday, May 6
• Public intoxication — Bangs Middle School parking lot. Deputy Fabbiani noticed a pickup in the school parking lot with its lights on. The driver, Alexandr Marshall, 21, of Zephyr, was lying across the seat asleep. Due to the engine being turned off at the point of contact, Marshall was arrested on a public intoxication charge.
• Terroristic threat — FM 586, Brookesmith. Deputy Mathis was dispatched on a report of individuals making threats involving a firearm. Three criminal trespasses were issued.
• Traffic stop — East River Oaks/Garmon Drive. Deputy Toby Mathis conducted traffic stop on car traveling 98 mph in a 65 mph zone. The driver, Nicholas Durkop, 30, of Brownwood, was arrested on a DWI charge.