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Arrests Include Repeat Offenders And A Father Putting A Daughter In Handcuffs

A week after a Bryan man was arrested for the 21st time in 19 years, he returned to jail. 37 year old Cedrick Dion Williams was stopped by a Bryan policeman early Tuesday morning walking on the wrong side of a residential street. According to the arrest report, Williams agreed to be searched. The officer reported finding a prescription bottle with the label marked out with black ink. Williams says the bottle containing 25 Valium pills belonged to his cousin. Williams, who was arrested for possessing a controlled substance, had been out on bond three days from his arrest for swearing in front of officers, threatening a convenience store employee, and causing $1,500 dollars of damage to a patrol vehicle while being driven to jail.

Another arrest from last weekend involved a Bryan man picked up for the second time in less than two months for drunk driving. DPS reported this followed a crash on a Highway 6 frontage road north of Bryan. According to the arrest report, one of the drivers said he knew he was going to jail. That happened after breath tests indicated an alcohol level of more than two times the legal limit. 46 year old Thomas Peyton, who is out of jail on bond, was on another bond following a June 23rd DWI arrest by Bryan police. According to online court records, Peyton has one prior DWI conviction, which took place 20 years ago.

A Texas A&M policeman reported arresting a Bryan man for the second time in five months for driving with an invalid license with two prior convictions. According to online records, it’s the 22nd arrest in 12 years for 25 year old Asencion Alvarado Jr. According to the arrest report, Alvarado has 19 suspensions on his drivers license…12 of them for not having insurance. He is out of jail after posting bond from last weekend’s arrest.

A man calling College Station 9-1-1 saying he was in fear for his life told police he wanted to go to jail because someone was trying to kill him. 27 year old Tridell Perry of Bryan went to jail after he was arrested for possessing a handgun as a convicted felon…which the arrest report noted the gun was loaded…along with spitting at a group of officers who responded to the call Monday night outside Franky’s convenience store at Texas and Harvey Mitchell.

Last weekend, Brazos County sheriff’s deputies responded to a disturbance at a home between Wellborn and Millican. When they arrived, an off duty Fort Bend County deputy had his daughter in handcuffs. According to the arrest report, that’s after the father found cocaine and marijuana in his daughter’s backpack. The daughter said her father confronted her outside her grandparents home after the father found a Snapchat photo she posted showing drugs. 17 year old Riley Sayers of Waco was arrested for drug possession.

Photos (L-R) of Cedrick Dion Williams, Thomas Peyton, Asencion Alvarado Jr., Tridell Perry, and Riley Sayers from

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Posted by on Aug 2 2017. Filed under Bravo Brazos Valley, News.

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