A Brownwood woman couldn’t decide on her date of birth when she identified herself to a police officer on a traffic stop.

“It’s seven-six-of-seventy-two,” officer Troy Grusendorf’s report quoted the woman as saying in the Tuesday traffic stop.

“No, wait. It’s, uh, seven-sixteen-of-seventy-six. It is, uh, actually 1978.”

Grusendorf arrested Sandra Pope Franklin, 39, on a charge of failure to identify and driving without a valid license after learning that the initial name she gave him was false, Grusendorf’s report states.

In other incidents:

Officer Chandra Geis arrested Gustavo Buitron, 19, on a charge of assault causing bodily injury after a domestic disturbance in the 2500 block of Waco. Office Dustin Bode arrested Ismael Vuittonett, 35, on charges of violation of a protective order, criminal mischief and public intoxication after responding to a report of an unwanted person in the 1400 block of Brady. Officer Sky Self arrested Roberto Rios, 21, on outstanding city warrants and on a new possession of marijuana charge after responding to a report of a loud party in the 1700 block of Good Shepherd. Cpl. James Kidd arrested Steven Proctor, 54, on a public intoxication charge after a man fell off a bicycle in the 3400 block of Vincent. The downed rider swung his fist at a firefighter who was there to assist, cursed loudly and tried to strike other first responders, Kidd’s report states. Someone broke into a fireworks stand on North Highway 279 and took $3,000 worth of fireworks. A man told deputies he was assaulted by several people as he left his home on County Road 267. The man fought back, fired a shot in the air with a pistol and fired a second shot at one of his assailants. The assailants fled, a deputy’s report states. A man walking through Wal-Mart was seen looking in shoppers’ carts. He passed near an elderly woman, walked quickly away and, accompanied by a woman with a child, got in a vehicle and drove away. The elderly woman then realized her wallet with $100 was missing, a report by officer James Fuller states.