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43rd Visit To Jail In 25 Years, Two 17 Year Olds Accused Of Armed Robbery, & DWI Arrest

A Bryan man is in the Brazos County jail for the 43rd time in 25 years. It’s the third time in three months for 42 year old Charles Edward Moore, Jr. According to the Bryan police arrest report, Moore is accused of getting $15 dollars after grabbing the shirt of a man delivering a pizza. This was last Wednesday night at the Villa West apartments at West Villa Maria and Finfeather. Moore was found seven minutes after officers received the call, based on the suspect’s description…which included having a shiny metal tooth, wearing a black beanie, and riding a bicycle. According to online jail records, Moore was arrested in August and September for public intoxication.

Two 17 year olds were arrested for their part in an armed robbery in Bryan near the federal women’s prison. Larry Denorris Brown Jr. and TyDerrien Hammond are among four people accused of holding up three people at gunpoint the early morning of November 22nd at McAshan and Una. The victims told police they were there…according to the arrest report…to sell marijuana to Brown. Hammond denies being there. And neither he or Brown were identified as having the gun. A pickup that was stolen was recovered. Brown is out of jail after posting bonds totaling $120,000 dollars. As of December 4, Hammond was still in jail.

A Bryan police officer who says they saw a SUV almost run a stop sign resulted in a traffic stop that resulted in a drunk driving arrest. According to the arrest report, the alcohol breath tests given by 36 year old Iris Guajardo of Bryan measured more than three times the legal limit at .273 and .290. Guajardo was arrested for DWI with one prior conviction and with an open container in her vehicle.

Photos of (L-R) Charles Edward Moore Jr., Larry Denorris Brown Jr., TyDerrien Hammond, and Iris Guajardo from

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Posted by on Dec 4 2017. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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