Domestic disturbances lead to arrests

Crime report

Domestic disturbances, including one in which numerous items ended up on the floor of a home, led to several recent arrests.

Deputies Joe Thomas and Byron Langley were dispatched Friday to a home on County Road 475 on a report that a man was assaulting a woman. Deputies entered the home to find a large cabinet overturned and other items including broken crystal glassware, broken eggs and a milk container on the floor.

Deputies arrested Adam Bolden, 44, on charges of possession of a controlled substance, assault, interfering with an emergency call and violating a protective order, Brown County Jail records state.

In other incidents:

• Brownwood police were dispatched Thursday to the 1800 block of Austin on a domestic disturbance call. Police learned a woman had assaulted three family members including one who is disabled. Police arrested Hallie Crouch, 18, on charges of assault, injury to a child/elderly/disabled person, resisting arrest and consumption of alcohol by a minor. 

• Police were dispatched Thursday to the 1000 block of Avenue I on a domestic disturbance call. Police learned a man had thrown a beer bottle that hit his wife in the head.

• Police were dispatched to the 500 block of East Commerce, where they arrested a 13-year-old male juvenile on an allegation that he had assaulted his sister.

• Police were dispatched Thursday to the 2800 block of Southside on a hit-and-run report. It is believed the suspect vehicle had no brakes and used the victim vehicle to get stopped, then fled.

Others booked into the Brown County Jail between 8 a.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. Friday were:

Laura Fry, 37, Brownwood, DWI.

Melanie Groves, 56, Brownwood, DWI.

Britteny Henderson, 25, Santa Anna, driving with invalid license.

Jamie McQueen, 33, Arlington, burglary of a building.

Jessie Noyola, 28, Brownwood, motion to adjudicate for theft.

Shirley Phillips, 58, Brownwood, DWI second.