Computer equipment was taken during a weekend burglary at Brownwood High School, police said.

Someone entered the agricultural science building through the main door and took two laptop computers, two computer projectors and a computer monitor, a report by officer Trey Weathermon states.

Weathermon was dispatched to the school Saturday morning. There was no forced entry, but a school employee said he remembers locking the door the previous day, Weathermonís report states.

In an unrelated incident, a 26-year-old Jacksonville man told Mears Ford employees he was in the land business and wrote a check last month for more than $28,000 to buy a 2006 Lincoln LS.

It was after 5 p.m. and banks were closed, so the dealership couldnít verify that the check was good, a report by officer Zane Taylor states. The dealership allowed the man to take the car on good faith.

The check wasnít good. It had been written on a closed account, Taylorís report states.

When the dealership learned that, employees text-messaged the manís cell phone, but couldnít get him to return the car.

In other incidents:

Five people were arrested on charges of possession of under 2 ounces of marijuana following a traffic stop at 3:23 a.m. Saturday. Deputy Scott Bird stopped the vehicle as it turned onto Beaver off of West Commerce.

All five people denied any knowledge of marijuana in the car, but the marijuana was easily accessible to everyone, Birdís report states.

Those arrested were Royce Gover, 18; Jeremy Berry, 20; Tara Boatright, 21; Joseph Delarosa, 20; and Alisa Morton, 21.

Officer James Kidd arrested Michael Pittman, 31, on a charge of possession of marijuana after responding to a domestic disturbance call in the 1300 block of First. Someone took a purse with $700 from a vehicle parked in the 1700 block of Avenue B. Someone took a lawn mower from a front yard in the 100 block of Winston. A woman told police her 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer was taken from the 900 block of Belle Plain. The woman told police the vehicle was unlocked and can be started without a key. Officer Dustin Bode arrested Jose Avalos, 19, on assault and criminal mischief charges following a domestic disturbance in the 3500 block of Rhodes. He was also held on a motion to adjudicate warrant for assault. Someone took furniture, a television and a baseball autographed by Mickey Mantle from a storage unit ins the 2700 block of Southside.