A Brownwood man remained jailed Tuesday in lieu of bonds totaling $142,500 following his arrest Saturday on multiple charges in a domestic disturbance.

No serious injuries occurred, police said.

Raistlyn Ibarra, 21, was booked on two charges of family assault, and additional charges of assault on a public servant and interfering with an emergency request for assistance, Brown County Jail records state.

According to an email from Brownwood police:

Officers were dispatched at 10:40 a.m. to the 800 block of Sixth on a domestic disturbance call.

Upon arrival, officers were escorted into a residence where they observed two older males holding down a younger adult male suspect. As officers approached the group, officer Joshua Holmes attempted to gain control of the suspect’s arm.

The suspect aggressively kicked at Holmes and struck him on the right side of his head, police said.

The suspect, identified as Ibarra, was detained in handcuffs due to his aggressive behavior. After an investigation, Ibarra was arrested and taken to the Brown County Jail.

Ibarra was arrested in December on three charges of assault on a public servant and was freed on bonds totaling $60,000, jail records state.

Sheriff’s blotter

Thursday, Jan. 17

• Traffic stop — China and Main Boulevard, driver arrested on charges of driving with invalid license and possession of a controlled substance.

Friday, Jan. 18

• Public nuisance property — Reports taken on excessive Styrofoam on boat dock builders at three locations — two on Highway 279 and one on FM 2125.

• Assault by contact — FM 2532.

• Probation violation — Cleburne Street.

Sunday, Jan. 20

• Interfering with child custody — CR 550.