Two Brownwood men were indicted in connection with the drive-by shooting of an Early home late on the night of May 23, documents in Brown County District Clerk Cheryl Jones’ office state.
Early police said earlier the shooting happened in the 100 block of Salt Creek. The intended victim told police he believes an earlier argument over a pool game bet in a Brownwood bar provoked the shooting, police said.
The August session of the Brown County Grand Jury returned indictments for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against Andrew Delossantos, 29, and Kionte Squires, 21, documents state.
Delossantos was also indicted for evading arrest.
Delossantos was booked into the Brown County Jail on the aggravated assault and evading arrest charges. He was also booked on motions revoke for retaliation and DWI and on traffic charges, jail records state.
Delossantos is free on bonds totaling $83,000, and Squires is free on a $50,000 bond, jail records state.
The crime scene investigation revealed three bullet holes in the Salt Creek Drive residence, Early Police Chief David Mercer said earlier. One bullet struck a bedroom and passed just above a woman and two children, one went through an unoccupied bedroom and the third bullet struck a porch rail, Mercer said. It is alleged that both men fired shots at the home, Mercer said.
Delossantos was arrested after a police pursuit in which the suspect slammed on his brakes, causing a pursuing Early police car to strike his car from behind, Mercer said. Also indicted, according to District Attorney Micheal Murray’s office, were:
• Javiel Andres Carbajal, assault family violence — enhanced
• Adrian Renae Spencer, possession of a controlled substance
• Dustin Moise Thompson, continuous sexual abuse of a young child or children
• Florentino Steven Lucero Jr., aggravated assault against a public servant with a deadly weapon
• Morry William Mood AKA Morris William Mood Jr., possession of a controlled substance repeat offender
• Charles Kyle Nelson, prohibited substance and items in correctional facility, possession of a controlled substance drug free zone
• Christopher John Burfield, possession of a controlled substance
• Viviana Capetillo Arredondo, possession of a controlled substance drug free zone, prohibited substance and items in correctional facility
• Roland Jacob Robledo, felon in possession of firearm repeat offender
• Parker Andrew Duncan, possession of a controlled substance
• Fernando Santos Perez, felon in possession of firearm repeat offender
• Nicholas Trey Mayon, burglary of a building
• McAndrew Merrand Terre Norman AKA McAndrew Terrell Norman, burglary of a habitation