Sheriff's deputies responded early Monday morning to a home on Grandview Drive in the Lake Brownwood area on a prowler report the third one in three weeks at the property.

A possible suspect who lives just across a treeline from the property was identified, a report by deputy Nathan Land states.

According to Land's report:

Land was dispatched to the area at 2:17 a.m., and a woman said a man with a thin build and short dark hair had been looking through the windows of the house, and at other times standing in the shadows on the property watching the residence. In the Monday morning incident, the man pushed open a rear door and looked in the home.

Deputies had been dispatched to the property previously on Sept. 22 and Sept. 27. Land was given the name of a possible suspect. Deputy Kelly Marsh arrived in the area Monday morning, and Land went to the home of the person named as a possible suspect, but no one came to the door.

In other incidents:

Deputy Shade Tidwell took a report Sunday of a verbal altercation that occurred at a party on County Road 160 in Bangs. As a group of people backed away in a pickup, someone threw a rock, damaging the truck's gas tank lid.

Tidwell was dispatched Saturday to the area of U.S. Highway 67 and County Road 176, where a man was injured in an ATV accident on private property. Someone found the man under the ATV and rolled the vehicle off of him, and Guardian EMS took the man to the emergency room. It appeared the man had been doing donuts when an axle broke, causing the ATV to flip over.

Deputy John Harper was dispatched Sunday to the area of Highway 279 and FM 2125 on a report of a fight involving several people. Harper learned someone had busted a vehicle's window and assaulted a man.

Deputy Byron Langley was dispatched Friday to property on County Road 101, where someone had taken a battery from a riding lawn mower in a storage building.

Haprer met Friday with a woman in Bangs who said she had driven off with her wallet on her vehicle's hood. She found the wallet later in her driveway but her driver's license, two credit cards and check register were gone.

Brownwood police Sgt. Mike Sheedy spoke with a woman at the Law Enforcement Center who said her estranged husband had been threatening and harassing her and stealing her mail.

Sheedy met with another woman at the Law Enforcement Center who said her purse was stolen from her vehicle.

Officer Joe Thomas was dispatched to the 1700 block of Dallas, where a man said his ex-girlfriend would not let him in to get his clothes.

Individuals booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday were:

Glexus Levy, 17, Brownwood, 5 years TDCJ.

James Peek, 39, Brownwood, possession of a controlled substance.

Catrina Penland, 41, Brady, child endangerment (McCulloch County).

Janette Pittman, 49, Houston, theft of service.

Amber Snider, 27, Brownwood, motion to revoke for theft.

Brandy Steele, 25, Austin, possession of a controlled substance, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.