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Arrests For Two False Police Reports Against A Husband & Crimes Against Two Women

A 29 year old College Station woman is in the Brazos County for the 23rd time in 11 years. Olivia McDowell, also known as Olivia Blackshear, was arrested for filing two false reports with College Station police implicating her husband. She is also being held without bond on charges of violating probation from prior convictions for theft and drug possession. According to CSPD arrest reports, McDowell told police in February she was pepper sprayed by her husband, he hit her with a backyard gate, and he damaged a bathroom with a hammer. After officers interviewed her three times, she contacted CSPD and said she accidentally pepper sprayed herself and she damaged the bathroom. She also admitted to lying that her husband threw a chair at her in April. In both cases, McDowell said she was angry and wanted to get her husband in trouble. According to online records, at the time of McDowell’s latest arrest, she was out on bond following an arrest in June on a charge of felony theft with three prior convictions.

The third time a College Station man is in the Brazos County jail in as many months…and the 22nd time in 16 years…accuses him of forcing one woman into prostitution and slamming the head of another woman twice into a vehicle. College Station police arrested 33 year old Oran Isaiah inside the Walgreens at Texas and Brentwood. According to the arrest reports, the assault victim told officers she had to use pepper spray to get away from him. Isaiah ran into the Walgreens bathroom with the victim’s car keys and locked him inside until officers arrived. The assault victim also told officers she knew Isaiah had forced another woman into prostitution at a nearby motel. The second woman said she was compelled into working for Isaiah, who she described as “crazy” and was afraid of physical violence if she did not appease him. During the previous week, she said she gave him the money given to her from between 100 and 150 clients, and Isaiah gave her enough money to buy food from a vending machine and take care of her two year old child. Bonds on the new charges have been set at 18 thousand dollars. According to online records, Isaiah was arrested in June on traffic charges and in July on a charge of evidence tampering. He is also awaiting two trials on misdemeanor charges of failing to appear and theft.

Photos of (L-R) Olivia McDowell and Oran Isaiah from jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx

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Posted by on Aug 13 2019. Filed under Featured Stories, Local News for Newsletter, News.
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