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Local Arrests Charging Illegal Driving And Property Crimes

A Bryan man is out of jail on bond following his arrest last Friday for a traffic infraction that took place March 8 in College Station. According to the arrest report from College Station police, an off duty officer witnessed 34 year old Alexander Blake Long driving a pickup on Harvey Mitchell Parkway at Southwood Drive flashing white and blue lights and turn on a siren in order to get through traffic. The off duty officer followed the two ton truck into a parking lot at Consolidated High School. Long’s driving record includes two prior convictions for driving with an invalid license and 29 active suspensions.

The 16th time a Bryan man is booked in the Brazos County jail in six years, accuses him of vehicle burglaries at two body shops. 24 year old Dedrick Scott was also arrested last Friday by Bryan police for criminal trespassing and criminal mischief at both businesses.

A Bryan man arrested last Thursday by the Brazos County sheriff’s office on a criminal trespassing charge, bonded out…only to return to jail the next day after he was arrested by Bryan police for vehicle burglary and unlawful use of a criminal instrument. According to the Bryan police arrest report, stolen license plates were on the car driven by 28 year old Jonathan Russell. And in his car was a stolen Yeti cooler and a two and a half foot car antenna that the officer described was fashioned to slide in car window and open the lock…something Russell said he did for a friend.

Photos of (L-R) Alexander Blake Long, Dedrick Scott, and Jonathan Russell from
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Posted by on Apr 10 2019. Filed under Featured Stories, Local News for Newsletter, News.
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