Sheriff's deputies executed a search warrant Friday morning outside Early and arrested a mother and son on drug charges.

Deputies arrested Jeanne Clark, 56, on charges of possession of a controlled substance under 1 gram in a drug free zone and possession of marijuana under 2 ounces, Brown County Jail records state. Deputies arrested Seth Clark, 24, on a charge of possession of marijuana under 2 ounces.

Deputies served the warrant at a home in the 1500 block of Bluebonnet and also seized several guns, sheriff's Capt. Tony Aaron said.

In other incidents:

• Deputy R.C. Lehman was driving on Highway 279 at 12:39 a.m. Monday when he noticed two vehicles parked on the side of the road. Lehman turned around to see if they needed assistance. As he approached, several people ran to the vehicles and one of them, a Chevrolet pickup, drove away. The driver had trouble maintaining a single lane.

Lehman followed the vehicle, which ended up on County Road 108. Fairview Cemetery, on CR 108, is a place where people park, consume drugs and alcohol and engage in sexual activities, Lehman's report states. Because of the early morning hour and because the driver could not maintain a single lane, Lehman stopped the pickup, which was occupied by several people including two minors.

The driver said he had been drinking and also said he had bought the alcohol and allowed the minors to drink, Lehman's report states. Lehman arrested Robert Yates III, 22, of Coleman, on charges of DWI and purchasing or furnishing alcohol to a minor.

• Deputy Nathan Land stopped a Chevrolet pickup at 2:06 a.m. Saturday on FM 2126 after seeing the vehicle driving on the improved shoulder for no reason. Land and patrol Sgt. Pete Bastardo, who arrived after the traffic stop, both noticed that the driver seemed nervous. The driver consented to a search, and Land found a marijuana cigar. Land arrested Manuel Rangel, 18, of Dublin, on a charge of possession of marijuana under 2 ounces.

• Bastardo made a traffic stop Saturday afternoon and gained consent to search. A passenger had three prescription pills but no prescription. Bastardo arrested Elizabeth Felipe, 26, of Coleman, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance penalty group 3 and possession of a dangerous drug, both Class A misdemeanors.

• Deputy Jed Polnick and Sgt. Brian Lundy responded to a disturbance Friday afternoon in the 3100 block of Fifth in Blanket. A man told Polnick he just wanted to go to jail and did not want to speak with Polnick. A woman told the deputies a man had assaulted her. Polnick arrested Roger Hamrick, 40, on an assault charge and on a parole violation.

• Land believed a motorist driving a 1998 Buick sedan was attempting to avoid him by driving down multiple streets in Brownwood at 1:39 a.m. Sunday. Land lost sight of the car, then saw it stopped in the 1700 block of Avenue A. Land saw two people in the front seat lying over in what he believed was an attempt to hide.

One of the men said they knew Land was watching them and they wanted to avoid him because they had come from a bar and his friend had too much to drink. Land arrested Jonathan Dillard, 25, of Brownwood, on a charge of driving with an invalid license.

•Brownwood officer Kelly Barclay arrested Stephanie Phillips, 38, of Brownwood, on an assault charge after a disturbance involving two women in the 400 block of West Chandler.

• Police were dispatched to the Ag Mart Mini Storages, 2205 Brady, at 7 a.m. Friday on a report that a vehicle ran through a fence and hit a storage building. Sturgeon arrived to find an unoccupied vehicle parked against the building. The driver has not been located.

• Police responded to a burglary report at Lill's Poodle Botique, 2402 Coggin. The intruder opened the money box, which contained no money, and left the box on the floor.

• Police were dispatched to the 300 block of North Main, where work was being done in a field behind the Kroger store. Someone damaged a black silk screen with wire fencing, and the replacement cost will be $5,000.

• Police responded to the 7500 block of Magnolia, where someone entered an locked vehicle and took a newly filled prescription of hydrocodone.

• Several electronics items were taken from an apartment in the 1500 block of Terrace.