Christopher Boykin, the 25-year-old Blanket man arrested in August after deputies said he held his mother hostage in a camper trailer, has been indicted on multiple charges in connection with the incident.
    The January session of the Brown County Grand Jury returned indictments of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated kidnapping and three counts of aggravated assault against a public servant with a deadly weapon, according to information from District Attorney Micheal Murray’s office.
    Boykin is free on personal recognizance bonds, Brown County Jail records state.
    According to deputies’ reports:
    Boykin was arrested Aug. 12 after a nearly five-hour standoff with about 20 law enforcement officers with the sheriff’s office and Department of Public Safety.
    Deputies were told Boykin and his mother were in a physical altercation and the woman was trying to take a knife from her son.
     Boykin fired a shot out window of his camper. Three patrol vehicles were clearly visible from the site where Boykin fired the shot, and three deputies stood behind the vehicles.
    After several hours of negotiations, Boykin let his mother go, and the woman ran out of the camper in extreme distress.
    DPS tactical team members used a robot to conduct surveillance on Boykin and deployed tear gas into the trailer after additional hours of negotiation. The DPS tactical team entered the camper and took Boykin into custody without incident.
Nolberto Martinez indictment
    Grand jurors returned an indictment for repeated violation of court order or condition of bond against Nolberto Martinez Jr., 27, of Brownwood.
    According to a Brownwood police report:
    Brownwood police Sgt. Stephanie Morgan saw a wanted man in a vehicle on Jan. 5 and attempted a traffic stop. 
    The man fled in his vehicle, then got out and fled on foot. Officers found the man hiding under a house. The man crawled from under the house and again attempted to flee.
    The man was eventually subdued and taken into custody, then taken to Brownwood Regional Medical Center for evaluation. The man was medically cleared and taken to the Brown County Jail.
    
Victor Ramirez indictments
    Grand jurors returned an indictment for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against Victor Joe Ramirez, 21, of Brownwood, for allegedly threatening to stab his father on Oct. 1.
    The grand jury also returned a two-count indictment against Ramirez for assault against a public servant and harassment of a public servant.
    The indictment alleges that Ramirez assaulted jailer Matthew Tillery on Nov. 17.

Additional indictments         
    Also indicted were:
    Ronald Hugh Holland, possession of marijuana.
    Felix Uzoma Ajaegbu, endangering a child.
    Grady Max Yates, failure to comply with other sex offender requirement.
    Jason Lee Bishop, DWI.
    Joshua James Stovall, evidence tampering, delivery of a controlled substance.
    Rody Ty McRee, deadly conduct — firearm.
    Jesse Timothy Mohr, online impersonation.
    Robert Chase Holden, DWI.
    Jenny Lynn Roark, DWI.
    Benjamin Torrez, DWI.
    Nicolia Ann Summers, possession of a controlled substance.
    Rabia Qutab, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver — drug free zone.
    Jimmy Wayne Richard Sellers, possession of a controlled substance — drug free zone.
    Jacob Munoz, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver — drug free zone.
    Gordon James Gilbert, intoxication assault.
    Dakota Michael Cross, DWI.