• Roadway hazard — Early Boulevard, removed deer from roadway.
• Civil standby — 1000 block of Early Boulevard, subject requested civil standby at business. Civil standby not provided, as department policy does not allow extended stand by and at a business.
• Traffic stop — 200 block of Early Boulevard. Brownwood PD received a call from Parole Office of subject with blue warrant. Subject left parole office before BPD arrived. Subject was spotted on Early Boulevard. James Reynolds was placed in custody for parole violation and taken to Brown County Jail.
• Community relations — 400 block of Monte Vista, officer assisted resident.
• Welfare check — 800 block of Scarlet, everything checked OK.
• Reckelss driver — 900 block of Early Boulevard, driver not impaired, just not paying attention, warning given.
• Burglary — 500 block of Garmon, storage building burglary.
• Motorist assist — 600 block of Early Boulevard, officer provided directions to motorist.
• Juvenile problem — high School. Caller was there to pick up child who refused to get in vehicle. Options provided to parent.
• Terroristic threat — caller stated daughter heard rumor of threat to another person. Investigation lead to suspect. No charges filed.
• Suspicious vehicle — 500 block of Garmon, vehicle parked behind business. Vehicle secure, business secure. No report.
• Theft – 600 block of Longhorn, no report.
• Civil matter — Walk-in, options provided.
• Domestic disturbance — 600 block of Early Boulevard, caller reported male hit her and pushed her into wall causing injury. Juan Vizcarra arrested for assault family violence and taken to Brown County Jail.
• Motorist assist — 1000 block of Early Boulevard, driver of broken-down was wanted for outstanding warrants. Daniel Perez was arrested on warrant for possession of marijuana from Ector County. Perez was taken to Brown County Jail.
• Traffic direction for electric company — Early Boulevard and Sudderth Drive.
• Motorist assist — Garmon and Meadow Glen.
• Medical emergency — 1500 block of Early Boulevard, vehicle rolled over mans leg. Lifeguard transported.
• Traffic stop — 1000 block of Early Boulevard. Officer Smoot stopped a vehicle for speeding. Officer detected extreme nervousness in all three occupants of the vehicle. At one point the female, Virginia Greene began being uncooperative and failed to obey lawful orders from the officers and began reaching under the seat when told not to do so.
The female was removed from the vehicle in fear that she may be grabbing for a weapon. Greene was secured outside the vehicle. Early Police Department K9 unit Jambo was called to the location. Jambo alerted on the vehicle which was searched.
A small amount of methamphetamine was located along with drug paraphernalia. All three occupants were placed under arrest and taken to the Brown County jail. Jail staff located more methamphetamine on the female under her clothing.
Steve Darnell, Jamith Fraser and Virginia Greene were all booked into Brown county Jail on charges of possession of controlled substance. Greene was also charged with Interfering with public duties.
• Domestic disturbance — 100 block of Williams Drive, caller reported her 15-year-old son hit and strangled his sister. The mother attempted to stop the fight when the suspect turned on the mom, strangling her around the neck.
The suspect then broke several windows in the home before officers arrived. Juvenile was taken into custody on two charges of assault family violence-Impede breathing and one charge of criminal mischief.
Wednesday, Nov. 8
• Accident — North Highwway 183, agency assist with Brownwood PD, two accidents at same location.
• Fire call — CR 616, Care Nursing. Smoke showing, officers responded to assist in case of evacuation. Fire Department located smoke source in the A/C unit. Everything OK.
• Civil matter — 1000 block of Early Boulevard, everything OK, options provided.
• Agency assist — accident, Highway 279, edge of town.
• Unwanted person — subject hanging around store after being told to leave. Subject told to leave by officer. Subject left.
Early police blotter