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Arrests For Distributing Marijuana, DWI, Gambling Promotion, & Public Intoxication

A search of a College Station home last week led police to seizing more than $33,000 dollars of marijuana and making two arrests. According to the arrest report, 23 year old Brady Struve of College Station and 18 year old Carson Rountree of Round Rock admitted to their involvement in wholesale marijuana sales. While last Thursday’s search took place at a home on Treeline Drive, which is west of Wellborn Road and between Barron and Barron Cut Off, the more than 12 pounds of marijuana was found at an undisclosed location.

A pedestrian in Northgate escaped serious injury after they were hit after the bars closed early Sunday morning. A Texas A&M police officer reported seeing a car run a red light at University and Boyett, knocking down a pedestrian and running over the victim’s ankle. UPD reported the pedestrian was checked out at the scene and was not transported. The driver of the car, 22 year old Tyler Sims of College Station, was arrested for DWI. According to the arrest report, the results of Sims’s breath alcohol tests were over the legal limit at .13 and .11.

A crash in College Station last Friday night that closed the intersection of Texas and Harvey Mitchell for about one hour resulted in a DWI arrest. According to the arrest report, a witness reported a car driven by 44 year old Christopher Simmons of College Station almost hit her, and she estimated his car was going 80 miles an hour before rear ending two vehicles. No injuries were reported, as Simmons was arrested for DWI with one prior conviction.

Employees at two convenience stores and a truck stop in Bryan are all out of jail on bond following their arrests for operating slot and/or video poker machines. According to one of the arrest reports from Bryan police, an undercover investigation that began last month was in part due to seeing multiple vehicles parked outside the Circle P store next to Sul Ross elementary school, but no customers were inside the store. The employee of that store who was arrested was identified as 54 year old Dhavalkumar Patel of Bryan. Also arrested, were two employees of the Oaks Food Mart on East 29th…36 year old Adnan Anwar and 34 year old Sedra Anwar of Cypress…and an employee at the Highway 21 truck stop in west Bryan near FM 2818, 53 year old Clara Rozario of College Station. At the truck stop and Circle P, undercover officers also wrote in their arrest reports about buying illegal drugs from someone else playing the illegal slot machines. That led to the arrest of 40 year old Quindrick Drake of Bryan for selling drugs, driving a scooter that was reported stolen, and evading arrest with prior convictions. According to online records, it was Drake’s second arrest in a ten day period, and the tenth time he was in jail in the last two years.

Two Bryan men with a combined 42 visits to the Brazos County jail remain held following their arrests last week for public intoxication with prior convictions. 64 year old Jimmie Jacobs, who is in jail for the 26th time in more than 11 years, told police according to the arrest report he had no one to get him after he was found passed out across the street from Neal elementary school.

And the Bryan city marshal was sent last Tuesday afternoon to a report of a man swearing and throwing things at passing cars on Villa Maria south of 29th Street. That led to the arrest of 23 year old Johnny Horelka, who according to online records is in jail for the 16th time in the last six years.

Photos from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx top row (L-R) Brady Struve, Carson Rountree, Tyler Sims, CHristopher Simmons, and Dhavalkumar Patel. Bottom row (L-R) Adnan Anwar, Sedra Anwar, Clara Rozario, Quindrick Drake, Jimmie Jacobs, and Johnny Horelka.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by on Feb 12 2018. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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