Former Office Manager Starts Serving Time For Stealing $250,000

A Montgomery County woman sentenced two weeks ago for stealing $250,000 from her former employer in Bryan is now in jail. According to online jail records, 48 year old Brenda Hobson of Willis was booked on Thursday. That’s after she was allowed to take time to get her affairs in order, over the objections of […]

Bryan PD Release Video of Aggie Ring Being Stolen

Bryan police has released surveillance video of a briefcase that was taken January 5 at the Easy Shop on LaBrisa. Contents of the briefcase included an Aggie ring, class of 2001. If you recognize the person in the video, call BPD detective B. Wallace at 979-209-5455 or Brazos County Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to […]

CS Police Announce Increased DWI Enforcement This Sunday

From College Station police: On Sunday, February 7th, Officers with the College Station Police Department will be operating a DWI Task Force to reduce the number of Drunk Driving Incidents in the City of College Station. Officers will be patrolling the streets looking for drunk driving behavior and signs of impaired driving. Please remember to […]

Arrests For Drunk Driving, Armed Robbery, Jail Offenses, & Burglaries

The week after a Bryan woman was placed on probation for her second drunk driving conviction, she’s in jail accused of her third DWI. College Station police arrested 40 year old Robyn Dee Willis Tuesday afternoon following a three vehicle crash at Harvey Mitchell and Holleman. Last week, she was given two years probation and […]

H-E-B Voluntary Recall of Caramel Pecan Turtle Ice Cream

SAN ANTONIO (AP) _ H-E-B supermarkets have issued a voluntary recall for its Creamy Creations Caramel Pecan Turtle ice cream over possible wood pieces in the product. In a statement Thursday, the San Antonio-based supermarket chain said there have been no reports of illness from its product. H-E-B described the affected ice cream as having […]

Big Banks Writing Off Energy Industry Loans

NEW YORK (AP) _ The nation’s six largest banks have hit an oil slick. They have tens of billions of dollars of exposure to risky energy loans that won’t all be paid back because low oil prices have sapped the profits of oil companies. The value of those loans will have to be written down […]

Blinn College-Brenham Receiving Nearly $900,000 In Training Grants

Blinn College-Brenham received the first of two Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) training grants that have a combined value of nearly $900,000 dollars. On Thursday, TWC presented a grant for $384,469 that will provide safety and skills training for employees of Katy-based Igloo Products. The training will upgrade 277 current jobs and create 64 new jobs. […]

Bryan Woman Spending Weekends In Jail & Bryan Man Admits To Armed Robbery

A Bryan woman has started spending a year of weekends in the Brazos County jail. That’s part of the punishment for a third drunk driving conviction. 54 year old Victoria Blue pleaded guilty last week to a DWI that took place a year and a half ago. That was followed by a contested sentencing hearing. […]

Recent Arrests Includes Mother Failing To Report Child Abuse & Attempting to Steal Cattle

Twin babies have been removed from their home following an investigation by Bryan police and Child and Protective Services. The mother, 24 year old Markisha Burton, was arrested for failing to report her daughter and son, who were born last July, were physically abused. According to the arrest report, both sustained skull fractures. The little […]

Patience Driving in University Drive Construction Zone

Motorists caught in even longer backups on University Drive between Texas and College are urged to plan for the extended delays while construction continues. The TxDOT district office in Bryan is in charge of the million dollar project where a new center median is being built on University between Texas and Tarrow. TxDOT spokesman Bob […]

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