The new Brookshire Brothers store on Texas A&M’s west campus was the scene of an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon last Friday afternoon. According to the A&M police arrest report, multiple employees ran away from the deli area after a man picked up an eight inch kitchen knife, pointed it at another man, and threatened to kill him. UPD officers found the man at his house, where 31 year old Jarren Luster confirmed what happened. Luster was released from jail Monday afternoon after posting a $30,000 dollar bond.
A woman calls College Station police on Saturday to report she and two other women were hiding in her apartment bedroom because her ex-boyfriend threatened to kill her. According to the CSPD arrest report, the man got into the apartment. Then the phone line went dead. One of two officers who responded saw evidence the man attempted to pry open the bedroom door. Along with a text that was sent to the victim, that led to the arrest of 17 year old Pimptereus Henderson of Bryan on a charge of family violence terroristic threat. As of Monday evening, Henderson remains jailed in lieu of a $5,000 dollar bond.