Brown County Sheriff’s deputies arrested four people on drug charges Wednesday after serving a search warrant at a Shamrock Shores home at Lake Brownwood.
According to a press release from Sheriff Bobby Grubbs and Brown County Jail records, those arrested were Curtis Harrison, 53; Jeffery Harrison, 48; Sherrie McKinley, 43; and Billy Skaggs, 41. They were charged with one count each of possession of a controlled substance under 1 gram.
Deputies entered the home and seized methamphetamine, paraphernalia and “supportive evidence,” Grubbs said.
The suspects were the targets of the search warrant and an ongoing investigation into methamphetamine trafficking and prison gang activity in the Brown County area, and other arrests are expected, Grubbs said.
In other incidents:
• Officer James Fuller arrested three male juveniles while patrolling at 12:15 a.m. Thursday. Fuller saw them walking, and one of the males began running away.
Fuller saw one of the juveniles leaning on a vehicle parked in the 500 block of Carnegie, and it appeared he was trying to avoid detection, Fuller’s report states. Fuller saw brass knuckles at the juvenile’s feet. The juvenile told Fuller his two companions were in the truck.
Fuller found a wooden smoking pipe and a bag with marijuana in the truck, and one of the juveniles claimed possession. Fuller arrested one of the juveniles for possession of a prohibited weapon and one for possession of marijuana, and two of the juveniles were charged with criminal trespass.
• Officer Brandon Johnson arrested Lawrence Harling, 24, on an assault charge after a domestic disturbance in the 2100 block of Avenue D.
• Johnson arrested Anisa Kennedy, 42, on charges of interfering with public duties and resisting arrest or search after a disturbance at the Brownwood Regional Medical Center emergency room.
• Officer Scotty Burke arrested Timothy Allison, 51, on an assault charge after a domestic disturbance in the 1700 block of Avenue B.
• Someone took a 24-inch plastic pipe fitting from a construction site in the 100 block of South Park.
• A woman told police she allowed her small dog to leave the house and go into the fenced-in back yard. When she checked on the dog a short time later, she was gone.