Brownwood police are investigating several incidents of weekend vandalism in north Brownwood. No arrests have been made.
Officer Chandra Geis was dispatched to the 1700 block of Main Sunday morning, where someone had sprayed black paint onto portions of two vehicles.
Geis also discovered that someone had spray-painted obscenities on Sycamore between Dallas and Fort Worth streets. On Maple, someone spray-painted the words “northside rules.”
Someone also spray-painted a truck in a driveway in the 700 block of Maple and poured gasoline over the vehicle, damaging the paint. Someone also set fire to a tennis net at a city park on Walnut, and a home at a nearby unspecified location was spray-painted.
In other incidents:
Officer Trey Weathermon arrested Brent Huxford, 26, of Brownwood on a DWI charge after the vehicle he was driving hit a parked vehicle in the 4100 block of East Commerce. Someone poured orange paint on two vehicles parked in the 600 block of Fourth. Someone stole several pieces of lumber from a home remodeling site in the 1100 block of Duke. Officer Sky Self arrested Joshua Caperton, 20, on an assault with injury charge after a domestic dispute in the 1700 block of Avenue C. Officer Brandon Arnold arrested Tommy Harrell, 30, of Brownwood on a charge of possessing under 2 ounces of marijuana at a home in the 1700 block of Avenue B. Arnold went to the home seeking a wanted person who, Arnold later learned, wasn’t there. Arnold smelled marijuana as he walked onto the porch.
Arnold also arrested Adam Gonzales, 23, on a city warrant.
Someone took a DVD players and other audio equipment from a vehicle parked in the 1300 block of Avenue C. Someone took tools, a floor jack and a lug wrench from a vehicle parked in the 300 block of Bluffview. Officer Sky Self arrested Todd Sims, 35, on a public intoxication charge after someone reported Sims was about to jump off the top of the Austin Avenue overpass Saturday night. Sims told Self he was fascinated with the trains that passed by under the bridge.