The final two suspects sought after the Dec. 13 drug roundup have been arrested.
Eric Eugene Dobbins, 33, of Brownwood and Sherry Renea Franklin, 25, of San Angelo turned themselves in Friday, Brown County Jail records state. They were both charged by sealed indictments with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, jail records state.
Police were initially seeking five people after arresting 28 people in the roundup of crack cocaine suspects.
Two suspects were arrested a few days after the roundup and another turned himself in on Dec. 15, authorities said earlier.
In other incidents:
Deputy James Stroope arrested Matias Buitron Jr., 22, of Waco on a charge of possessing under 2 ounces of marijuana after a traffic stop at 12:31 a.m. Tuesday.
Stroope stopped the vehicle, which had five occupants, on West Commerce after seeing someone throw lit fireworks out a window, Stroope’s report states.
Officer James Fuller arrested Kimberly Adkins, 26, of Brownwood on a theft charge after an attempted shoplifting at Wal-Mart. Fuller arrested Antonia Delapaz, 26, of Brownwood, on charges of DWI second offense, failure to identify, no driver’s license and no insurance after a traffic stop Sunday. Someone drove off without paying for $44 worth of gas at the Murphy USA store, 403 W. Commerce. Officer Kenyon Black arrested Michael Fulton, 32, of Brownwood Sunday on a charge of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit assault. Black was dispatched to the 3700 block of Savoy on a report of a dispute over a debt. Police were dispatched to the 1600 block of Eighth Tuesday on a report of a fight involving several people. Police questioned several people at a different location in connection with the fight and arrested Jacob Keith, 20, of Brownwood on a charge of possessing under 2 ounces of marijuana. Someone took a gift card and an Ipod from a vehicle parked in the 3400 block of Third.