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Two Bryan Residents Arrested For The 25th Time, Evading Arrest From A Football Game Parking Lot & Robbery Report To CSPD The Day After It Happens,

Photo of April Thurman from Brazos County's Judicial Records Search at: http://justiceweb.co.brazos.tx.us

Photo of April Thurman from Brazos County’s Judicial Records Search at: http://justiceweb.co.brazos.tx.us

Running a red light results in the second arrest in as many weeks for a Bryan woman. According to online jail records, it’s also the sixth arrest since April and 25th since 1999 for 37 year old April Thurman. A Bryan police officer stopped Thurman’s car after witnessing the driver run the red light at Texas and 21st, then failing to pull over for five blocks until she stopped at 18th and Preston. Thurman, who was arrested for driving with an invalid license with prior convictions, was out on bond on charges she denies of assaulting her mother and stepfather.

 

 

 

Photo of Toney Edwards Jr. from Brazos County's Judicial Records Search at: http://justiceweb.co.brazos.tx.us

Photo of Toney Edwards Jr. from Brazos County’s Judicial Records Search at: http://justiceweb.co.brazos.tx.us

The 25th arrest of a 35 year old Bryan man since 1999 began with tossing something out of his car. A Brazos County sheriff’s deputy reported the littering on Highway 21 yesterday (THURS) morning. The car drove what the arrest report stated was a “considerable distance” before pulling into a driveway. Toney Edwards, Jr. was arrested for driving with an invalid license with multiple convictions and evading arrest.

 

 

 

 

Photo of Jacob Garbs from Brazos County's Judicial Records Search at: http://justiceweb.co.brazos.tx.us

Photo of Jacob Garbs from Brazos County’s Judicial Records Search at: http://justiceweb.co.brazos.tx.us

The last vehicle parked at Merrill Green Stadium after Thursday night’s Bryan High-Navasota football game drew the attention of a deputy Brazos County precinct two constable. That led to the arrest of a passenger in the SUV. 18 year old Jacob Garbs of College Station was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and evading arrest. It is Garbs second arrest in as many months. He was out on bond for two vehicle burglaries.

 

 

 

The victim of a convenience store robbery in College Station waited until the day after it happened to contact police. An employee at the Valero at Wellborn and Holleman reported Thursday that on Wednesday afternoon, an 18 to 25 year old black man who was confronted about a possible shoplifting knocked over a display case, threatened to hurt the employee, then ran off with the stolen item. The suspect’s description also included being of average height and build, had dreadlocks, and was wearing a green long sleeved shirt and red pants.

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Posted by on Sep 30 2016. Filed under Featured Stories, News.

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