Wanted felon Reynaldo Salazar fled on foot from a traffic stop last week, but Salazar had no where to go when deputies found him hiding under a trap door in a Brownwood home Tuesday night.
    Deputies arrested Salazar, 29, of Brownwood, on a charge of evading arrest and on a failure to appear warrant for possession of a controlled substance, Brown County Jail records state.
     Deputy Terry Sliter said earlier he didn’t know Salazar — who had a felony drug warrant from another county — was among the occupants of a vehicle Sliter pulled over in Early on Oct. 13 on a seat belt violation.
    Sheriff’s Cpl. Carlyle Gover said deputies had information that Salazar had been staying at a house on Sharp Street. Tuesday night, deputies and Brownwood police went to the home, and a deputy saw Salazar run into the home. Deputies knocked on the door, and the “cooperating person who lives there” allowed deputies to come inside and search, Gover said.
    Salazar was located in a compartment under a trap door, Gover said.
Jail log
    Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday were:
    Adrian Clark, 46, Voss, resisting arrest, criminal trespass.
    Alice Gunter, 32, Brownwood, failure to appear, traffic warrants.
    Jami Hunter,18, Brownwood, failure to appear, traffic warrant.
    Christopher Salazar, 35, Brownwood, DWI, driving with invalid license, violating promise to appear.