A man depicted in a surveillance video that captured a burglary as it happened — posted later of the Early Police Department’s Facebook page — was identified and confessed to the burglary, Early police said.
    The case will be presented to District Attorney Micheal Murray’s office for review, police said.
    The burglary happened Sunday night in the 100 block of Early Boulevard, and police asked for anyone who knew the suspect’s name to contact the police department.
    In an unrelated incident, Brownwood police are investigating a hit-and-run accident that happened Wednesday night. The suspect has been located and interviewed, and admitted to driving the suspect vehicle, police said.
    According to a report by officer Noe Acosta:
    Acosta was dispatched to the intersection of Vine Street and Avenue G on a report of a hit-and-run two-vehicle collision.
    The suspect vehicle’s license plate was located in the road, and multiple witnesses named the driver.
    Police did not disclose how the suspect was located.
Jail log
    Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday were:
    David Bergman, 61, Brownwood, parole warrant.
    Curtis Copeland, 36, Brady, possession of a controlled substance.
    James Duncan, 41, Brownwood, public intoxication.
    Minnie Thompson, 28, Brownwood, DWI with child under 15.