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Bonds Revoked On Montgomery Man Indicted For 14 Brazos County Burglaries & Arrest For Repeated Driving Without A License

A Montgomery man indicted by a Brazos County grand jury on 14 counts of residential burglary with the intent to commit assault is back in jail. According to online records, bonds totaling $265,000 dollars were revoked on charges involving seven different incidents that seven different female victims said took place between December 2015 and last November. The judge granted the prosecution’s motion, which was based on 36 year old Christopher Williams stalking one of the victims last month at various locations in Harris County. No trial date has been set in any of the cases.

For the second time in seven months, a 21 year old Bryan man is in and out of jail on bond following his arrest for driving without a license with three prior convictions and having no insurance with two prior convictions. That’s after a DPS trooper stopped a truck driven by 21 year old Roy Ramirez for having his front license plate in the windshield. According to the arrest report, Ramirez has convictions from June, January, and last December…along with convictions in January and last December for having no insurance. And his driving record has a total of 15 active suspensions.

Photos of (L-R) Christopher Williams and Roy Ramirez from jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx

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Posted by on Aug 15 2019. Filed under Featured Stories, Local News for Newsletter, News.
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