EARLY — An early-morning traffic stop in Early on Thursday led to the seizure of methamphetamine and the arrests of the vehicle's two occupants, Early police said.
David Havens, 18, of Brownwood, and Saxxon Holliday, 20, of Hurst, were booked into the Brown County Jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance under 1 gam in a drug free zone, jail records state.
Saxxon was additionally charged with traffic violations, jail records state.
According to an email from Early police:
Police Cpl. Brandon McMillian stopped a vehicle at 1:50 a.m. in the 100 block of Longhorn Drive for defective equipment. The driver and the passenger appeared very nervous, police said.
The driver lacked a driver's license and appeared to be trying to hide something. ("The driver) then advised that he had something in his shorts," police said via email. "(The driver) was attempting to hide methamphetamine. Both appeared to be under the influence of drugs."
Holliday and Havens were arrested and jailed.
In other incidents:
• Deputy Troy Boulter took a report from the owner of an Early RV park who said one of his tenants had disappeared and is no longer paying rent or utilities and has left his RV trailer parked there.
• Deputy Taylor Fletcher responded to the 7000 block of Highway 183 North in Early on a report that an ATV and trailer had been taken.
• Deputy Terry Sliter responded to the Brown County Jail on a report of a fight between two female inmates.
• Brownwood police responded to the 1700 block of First on a report that several items had been taken in a burglary.
Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday were:
Jose Carrizales, 32, traffic warrant, failure to appear.
April Couture, 20, Mullin, traffic warrants, failure to appear.
Jacoby Martinez, 24, Brownwood, driving with invalid license.
Holly McKee, 41, Brownwood, possession of a controlled substance.
Phillip Spivey, 24, Brownwood, traffic warrants, failure to appear.