Bryan police make arrests following two domestic violence incidents last Friday night.
A stabbing victim was taken to the hospital for treatment of five wounds on her head, neck, and face. According to the arrest report, the victim’s seven year old daughter witnessed the stabbing that investigators believe would have led to the woman’s death had the blade not broken. 38 year old Rigoberto Sanchez-Infante is jail in lieu of bonds totaling $240,000 dollars on charges of aggravated assault of a family member with a deadly weapon and violating a protection order.
Another Bryan man is accused of striking and choking a woman in her home Friday night, leaving before police arrived, then returning later and assaulting her again. 37 year old Leon Survillion was released from jail Tuesday after posting bonds totaling $49,000 dollars on the assault charges, interfering with a 9-1-1 call by taking the woman’s phone, and evading arrest after leaving the woman’s home the second time. The arrest report made no reference to the medical treatment the woman received after she said she was choked multiple times after she was dragged by her hair off her bed.
For the second time in seven months, a local woman is accused of taking more than $3,000 dollars of clothes from a store at Post Oak Mall. 20 year old Skylett Duffie is out of jail after posting a $25,000 dollar bond following her arrest on Saturday. The new charge accuses Duffie of going into the Dillard’s men’s store last November and taking 44 Polo brand items valued at more than $3,300 dollars. This was two weeks after Duffie was arrested for her part in taking 71 PINK brand clothing items from the Victoria’s Secret store. According to online records, Duffie is awaiting four trials in Brazos County courts on misdemeanor charges.
A residential burglary in the sorority house neighborhood of College Station just after sunrise Tuesday morning was quickly resolved. College Station police credit the victim for having excellent footage from a video doorbell to track down the suspect and his vehicle. 27 year old Aaron Eric Fellows was arrested on charges of burglary of a building, attempted burglary of a habitation, and evading officers. Undisclosed property from the burglary was recovered. Bonds on the burglary charges have not been set. Bond on the evading arrest charge was set at $4,000 dollars.