A Brady man remained in the Brown County Jail Thursday on allegations that he made three visits in the nude — and apparently under the influence of narcotics — to three south Brownwood residences, police said.
Mario Narro, 42, was booked on three charges of burglary of a habitation, jail records state. Narro’s bonds total $75,000.
According to an email from Brownwood police:
Officers were dispatched at 5 a.m. to the 2600 block of Greenway, where a homeowner said he observed a nude male hanging halfway out of his bathroom window. The resident retrieved a stick and began striking the male repeatedly until the male freed himself from the window.
The resident then chased the nude male across the road and through the neighborhood but lost sight of the man in the area of Southside Drive, one block away.
Several minutes later, another homeowner in the 2600 block of Southside phoned 9-1-1 to report a nude male at her residence. Officers arrived in that area and eventually observed the nude male running southbound across Good Shepherd.
Officers lost sight of the male in the area of the Casa Grande Apartments but later observed him hiding under a vehicle in an adjacent parking lot.
Officers believed through their investigation that the male entered onto the property or inside a residence on four occasions and sustained numerous scrapes and large lacerations from this run.
He further appeared to be under the influence of some type of narcotic, police said.
The male, identified as Narro, was transported to Brownwood Regional Medical Center for treatment before being arrested.
The investigation remains ongoing and more charges are possible as new information becomes available.