A man living at the Flat Rock park was arrested for the second time in two weeks on an identical charge — unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
Deputies Carlyle Gover and Pete Bastardo arrested Jessie Snyder, 38, Wednesday at his travel trailer, where a rifle, a shotgun and two pistols were located, Gover’s report states. Snyder is free on $10,000 bond.
Gover was asked to accompany a CPS worker to Snyder’s trailer. The CPS worker said there was an open CPS case and Snyder had been arrested recently by Brownwood police on a firearms charge. She said she wanted to make an on-site visit because she had information that there were firearms at the trailer.
Snyder was cooperative and told the deputies where to find the guns, Gover’s report states.
On Oct. 3, Brownwood officer Johnny Jackson arrested Snyder after responding to a report of a man with a handgun at the 7-Eleven store at Fourth and Indian Creek.
Jackson stopped Snyder’s pickup at Austin and Lori Lane. Snyder told Jackson he was taking a handgun to the country to shoot it. He said he worked as a bounty hunter for a Comanche bail bondsman, Jackson’s report states.
Also Wednesday, two fugitives from Brown County were extradited from Arizona and booked into the Brown County Jail.
Deputies Valton Posey and Emmit Smith drove to Tucson and returned with Jackie Swindall Jr. and Lisa Cogburn, sheriff’s officials said.
Swindall, 24, is charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and failure to appear, and on surety withdrawal warrants because the bond company went off his bonds.
Cogburn, 20, is charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and failure to appear, jail records state.
Swindall was arrested in Tucson on a traffic stop, and Cogburn turned herself in, sheriff’s officials said.