A Brownwood man remained jailed Thursday on multiple charges after incidents that occurred a day earlier in Brownwood and Early.
Christopher Nosek, 40, was booked Wednesday into the Brown County Jail on charges of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit assault, stalking, deadly conduct, resisting arrest and possession of marijuana, jail records state. Nosek's bonds total $142,000.
Details of an incident in Brownwood involving Novek were unavailable as of late Thursday morning from Brownwood police.
According to an email from Early Police Chief David Mercer:
At approximately 5:40 p.m. officers responded to a man with a gun call in the 100 block of Autumn Drive in Early. The caller reported a man was beating on the door and windows of a house with a hand gun. The caller reported the resident opened the door and the man forced his way inside and assaulted the resident.
As the man was leaving, he confronted a neighbor outside who was getting his mail. The man pointed the gun at the neighbor and said “you want some of this,” Mercer said via email.
The man then got in his vehicle and fled the scene while driving through several neighbors’ yards.
The man drove to a residence in the 500 block of Longhorn and rammed a vehicle in the driveway, then got out and stabbed two tires on the victim’s vehicle. The man, while holding the gun, began beating on the front door.
The man left the residence while multiple 9-1-1 calls came in with a vehicle description and information regarding the incidents. A Brown County sheriff’s deputy located and stopped the vehicle near the 100 block of Longhorn.
The man exited the vehicle and aggressively approached the deputy, who deployed his taser. The man, identified as Nosek, was taken into custody.
Nosek was treated for minor injuries at the emergency room before being booked into jail.
Mercer said the Early victims were related to Nosek.