Memorial Day Weekend incidents included a man who was arrested after walking naked down a street, a man whose pants fell down as police arrested him on multiple charges, a fight at an Early restaurant and drug arrests.
    According to police reports:
    • A Brownwood man was arrested Monday afternoon after police responded to a complaint of a nude man walking down a street.
    A witness notified police after seeing a man walking “completely nude” in the 700 block of Maple in Brownwood. The man turned onto Houston and entered a home in the 1700 block.
    The man, identified as Tony Jones, 38, was still nude when he answered a police officer’s knock on the door, and was allowed to get dressed before being taken into custody on a disorderly conduct charge, police said.
    • A Brownwood officer was patrolling Sunday in the 1500 block of Coggin when he heard what sounded like a small child screaming. The officer found a woman walking and carrying a child in the 1300 block of Fourth. The woman and child were both crying, and the woman was on the phone with dispatch attempting to call for help.
    The woman said she’d been assaulted by a man who was still in a residence. Officers found the man sitting on a back porch. Officers arrested the man, identified as Larry Bryant Jr., 25, on charges of assault, injury to child and resisting arrest.
    The man’s pants fell to his ankles as officers tried to get him into a patrol car. An officer pulled the man’s pants up, and officers got him into the car, where he banged his head on the back door window.
    • Deputy Taylor Fletcher made a traffic stop Saturday on a vehicle driven by Freddie Rodriguez, 28, of Brady, who had a suspended driver’s license. The Early Police Department’s drug dog alerted on the vehicle and deputies allegedly located 7 grams of methamphetamine.
    Rodriguez was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, jail records state.
    • A follow-up investigation  from a fight that occurred at a restaurant Friday night in the 100 block of Early Boulevard lead to the arrest of Robert Hernandez-Duran, 47, of Brownwood, on a theft warrant from Brown County.
     The fight/assault occurred at approximately 10:15 pm in the parking lot and sent a male to the hospital with injuries to the head. He received 5 staples in the head. The investigation continues and no arrest has been made for the assault.
    • Early police Cpl. Brandon McMillian stopped a vehicle Sunday in the 200 block of Orchard drive for a traffic violation. The driver, Joshua James Stovall, was very nervous while talking to the officer.
    McMillian’s drug dog alerted on the vehicle and McMillan located syringes. One tested positive for methamphetamine and the other will be submitted to the DPS lab for analysis.
     Stovall, 32, of Early, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and defective headlamp.