Bryan police announce finding a local man almost two weeks after asking for public assistance. BPD had issued a warrant for 18 year old Gregory Chambers the third on a charge of firing a gun towards a vehicle the night of December 29th. A BPD spokesman tells WTAW News that no one or the vehicle were hit, Chambers and victim knew each other, and it does not appear to be a random incident. Chambers was arrested on the warrant last Friday and was released the next day after posting a $2,000 dollar bond. The gunfire was two days after Chambers was released from jail after his arrest for leading eight officers from Bryan and College Station police on a chase that involved a SUV striking a fence and brick pillar on the perimeter of the Miramont subdivision. Chambers is also awaiting trials on charges of making a terroristic threat on December 5 and unlawful possession of a firearm from last September.
A Bryan woman is in the Brazos County jail for the 12th time in ten years. According to the BPD arrest report, officers last Thursday responded to a residence on Verde Drive for a disturbance. The victim told officers his wife put him in a headlock and punched his face. Officers also learned that after the assault, his wife got in a vehicle, hit his mother’s parked car and then physically assaulted his mother after the collision. 30 year-old Haley Hargett, who had an active warrant, was also charged with family violence impeding breath, family violence assault by contact, and criminal mischief. She is held in lieu of bonds totaling $13,000 dollars.
A Bryan man is out of jail following the 32nd time he is booked in 21 years. According to the BPD arrest report, an officer conducted a traffic stop near Beck Street and Silkwood Drive for a pickup drifting into the center turn lane numerous times and for having a defective brake light. After conducting field sobriety tests, the driver, 61 year-old Michael Allen was arrested for DWI. When Allen arrived at the jail, he was searched and an officer found cocaine on his person. Allen was released from jail after posting bonds totaling $7,000 dollars on the new charges.