If three Austin men named Brian Degman, Lawrence Guerrero and Brian Peterson are Denver Broncos fans, they were likely disappointed when they drove to Denver, Colo. to watch the Super Bowl on television with some friends.
They're disappointment probably only got worse after a deputy stopped their vehicle for speeding early Tuesday morning.
Deputy Terry Sliter arrested the three on charges of possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone and possession of marijuana, Brown County Jail records state. The three are in their early 20s.
According to Sliter's report:
Sliter stopped a vehicle for speeding at 1 a.m. on Early Boulevard across the street from Early Elementary School. Peterson, the driver, said they'd driven to Denver to watch the Super Bowl with friend. Two of the vehicle's occupants said they'd smoked marijuana recreationally in Colorado. A drug dog alerted on the vehicle, and deputies found 137.5 grams of candy with THC as the main ingredient and marijuana.
In an unrelated traffic stop Monday on East Hall, deputy Joe Thomas arrested Ricky Smith, 26, of Bangs, on a warrant for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance and on a new charge of possession of marijuana.
Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday were:
Orlando Carrillo, 25, Brownwood, failure to appear/motion to enforce.
Jordan Hicks, 29, Brownwood, traffic warrants, failure to appear.
Dustin Leslie, 33, Brownwood, motion to revoke for assault.
Efrain Sandoval, 25, Canadian, failure to identify.
Joshua Segoviano, 30, El Paso, driving with invalid license.
Danielle Wells, 23, Brownwood, theft, driving with invalid license.