Law enforcement officials responded to several weekend criminal mischief reports including one in which a porta-potty was burned to the ground.
Deputy Terry Sliter was dispatched Saturday afternoon to Oak Point at Lake Brownwood, where the porta-potty was burned. A woman told Sliter she heard fireworks around the area but wasn't sure if fireworks caused the fire.
Sliter generated a criminal mischief report.
In other incidents:
• Deputy Terry Sliter made a traffic stop late Friday night on the Bangs Highway. Sliter arrested all three of the vehicle's occupants — Homero Hurtado, 28, of Coleman, Debra Espitia, 27, hometown not given, and Patricio Seballos, 25, of Coleman — on charges of possession of a controlled substance.
• Deputy Robert Ramirez was dispatched Saturday morning to Shawnee Drive in May, where a woman said someone damaged two windows in her home.
• Brownwood officer Doug Hurt was dispatched Saturday to the 1000 block of Seventh, where a woman said her son's pickup had been parked in the driveway after a family violence incident. Someone punctured all four of the truck's tires.
• Officer Gary Villalpando was dispatched Friday to the 1900 block of Durham, and Sunday to the 2900 block of Avenue D, on reports that windows in homes had been damaged.
• Officer Robert Lee saw a pickup turn sideways and nearly hit parked vehicles after the driver spun the truck's tires early Monday morning in the 1100 block of Roselawn. Lee stopped the pickup and arrested Tony Norway, 20, of Brownwood, on a reckless driving charge.
• Officer Bruce Spruill was dispatched Sunday to the area of Lakeway and Mullin on a report of a possibly intoxicated female. Spruill arrested Betty Roe, 48, of Brownwood, on a public intoxication charge.
• Sgt. Troy Carroll and officer Brandon Miller were dispatched Saturday the 1000 block of Seventh on a report that a man kicked in a door and assaulted a woman. The officers learned the assault had occurred several hours earlier and a suspect was named.
• Hurt was dispatched Saturday to the 1500 block of Second, where an intoxicated woman took a swing at a family member, missed and fell face-first onto the caliche driveway.
Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Monday were:
Jeremy Arrendondo, 28, Brownwood, driving with invalid license.
Joshua Coleman, 29, Snyder, DWI.
James Foster, 39, Waxahachie, theft.
Dustin McFarland, 21, Brownwood, evidence tampering.
Jessie Robles, 37, Brownwood, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
Jessie Rodriguez, 30, Mullin, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Alex Rodriguez, 32, Early, theft.
James Simmons, 23, Menard, failure to appear.
Terry Smith, 39, Brownwood, misdemeanor warrants.
Robert Sullivan, 53, Plano, criminal trespass.