A man free on bond stayed out of jail for about 27 hours before being arrested for the second time in two days on drug charges.
Jeremy Wayne Peel, 23, was arrested Friday on parole violation warrant and on a charge of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, Brown County Jail records state.
Two other people who had been with Peel were also arrested. Pedro Delarosa Jr., 34, was charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, jail records state. Alyssa Chick, 18, was charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.
In 2005, Peel, who was on probation in a drug case, was adjudicated in 35th District Court and sentenced to six years in prison. He was released on parole, police said earlier.
Brownwood police arrested Peel Wednesday night on charges of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana over 2 ounces under 4 ounces.
Parole officials issued a parole violation warrant for Peel, but he had already been released on bond. He was released at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, and deputies went Friday to serve the parole warrant. Deputies saw Peel getting into a vehicle occupied by two other people — Chick and Delarosa, sheriff’s Sgt. Tony Aaron said.
Deputies stopped Peel and initially arrested him on the parole warrant, and also Delarosa on a charge of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, Aaron said.
Deputies later learned that methamphetamine in the car had been taken to a house in the 1900 block of Vincent, Aaron said. Deputies and Brownwood police narcotics detective Bruce Spruill went to the house, where residents surrendered a can with methamphetamine, and arrested Chick, Aaron said.
In 2006, Delarosa was sentenced to 18 months in state jail on a drug charge.
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Officer Stephanie Morgan arrested James DeShields III, 52, Saturday night in the Wal-Mart parking lot on charges of terroristic threat, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass
Morgan was dispatched to the store on a report that a man with a criminal trespass warning for Wal-Mart had been seen in the store and had been stopped trying to take meat out the doors.
Officer James Fuller arrested Manual Salazar, 21, on a charge of reckless driving after watching the car being driven on West Commerce Saturday night.