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Two Arrests For Making Threats With Weapons, One For Theft, And One for Driving With An Invalid License With Prior Convictions

A College Station man sent to prison less than two years ago for assaulting a family member with two prior convictions is back in jail. That’s after College Station police responded about a quarter of four Monday morning to a disturbance at the Renaissance Park apartments at Welsh and Southwest Parkway. 31 year old Nicholas Ryan Johnson was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. According to a CSPD news release, Johnson is accused of threatening to kill a woman with a knife. Update: According to the CSPD arrest report, the disturbance was the result of an unidentified argument. Johnson is accused of picking up a kitchen knife with a blade about five inches long and gave the victim ten seconds to tell him the truth or he would kill her, then he started counting down from ten. The victim said she told the truth and Johnson placed the knife down. According to the arrest report, the latest victim is the not same woman who Johnson pleaded guilty to assaulting twice in 2014.

Five Bryan police officers and a Brazos County deputy constable responded to a disturbance on the city’s north side Friday afternoon. A Caldwell man was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, and Burleson County charges of bail jumping and assault. 46 year old James Spain is accused of threatening to kill a man who yelled at him for peeling out of a driveway in the area of Highway 21 and the freeway. Officers found a large 38 caliber revolver belonging to Spain buried in his friend’s backyard. The fully loaded handgun, according to the arrest report, was in a concealed carry holster, which was in a plastic bag that was in a freshly dug hole covered by a spare tire.

Another citizen’s report of suspicious activity to College Station police has led to another arrest. This took place Friday afternoon in an apartment complex in the area of Southwest Parkway and Anderson. Officers were requested to issue criminal trespass warnings to three men who were not residents because they were driving around the property. According to the arrest report, when the car was stopped, the officer smelled marijuana. That led to a search of the car and the discovery of a purse reported stolen in a vehicle burglary. The purse contained all the victim’s credit cards and a ring. The driver told police he found the purse and the credit cards on the side of the road. The officer, who did not believe the driver and who also found property reported stolen in Bryan, arrested 17 year old Quenderrius Jackson of Hearne for misdemeanor theft.

A Friday night crash at Texas and Villa Maria did not involve any injuries. But Bryan police arrested the driver who was not at fault for driving with an invalid license with three prior convictions. According to online records, it’s the 22nd time that 41 year old Anthony Williams of College Station has been in jail, but the first in four and a half years.

Photos (L-R) Nicholas Ryan Johnson, James Spain, Quenderrius Jackson, and Anthony Williams from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx

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