Law enforcement officials arrested three people in recent unrelated cases involving family violence.

Deputy Jed Polnick was dispatched to the 2600 block of Waco at 8:06 p.m. Monday on a domestic disturbance call.

Polnick arrived to see a woman with a bloody nose standing in the street. The woman told Polnick her husband had assaulted her after a day of arguing, Polnick’s report states.

Polnick arrested Randall Frink, 29, on an assault charge, Brown County Jail records state.

Deputies Michelle Holder and Kelly Marsh were dispatched to the 2100 block of Woodwind at 1:31 p.m. Monday after someone reported a woman was chasing a man with a board. The dispute was between the woman and her daughter’s common-law husband, Holder’s report states.

Holder arrested Vicki Finch, 49, of May on an assault charge, jail records state. Holder searched the woman and found a vial with partially smoked marijuana, and Finch was also charged with possession of marijuana under 2 ounces, jail records state.

Finch’s daughter, Anastashia Finch, 22, was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct related to the use of profane language, a report by Sgt. Jimmy Simpson states.

Brownwood officer Ray Slayton arrested Molly Perry, 39, of Brownwood on an assault charge after being dispatched Sunday to the 2800 block of Southside on a report of a citizens’ dispute.

In other incidents:

• Officer Fred Bastardo arrested Billy Perrie, 46, of Brownwood on a forgery charge after a man tried to use a counterfeit $100 bill to buy a meal at a fast food restaurant’s drive-through window.

• Slayton arrested Phillip Reyes, 26, of Brownwood on charges of DWI third or more after a traffic stop at 12:14 a.m. Monday. Slayton made the stop after a vehicle ran a stop sign at Durham and Avenue K and nearly hit another vehicle.

• Early officer Shawn Dibrell arrested Mary Sharp, 33, on a charge of possessing under 2 ounces of marijuana. She was arrested after police received information that someone possessed marijuana at an Early home. Police went to the home and spoke with a woman, who surrendered marijuana, Early Police Chief David Mercer said.