Bryan Police Arrests For Driving Without A Valid License With 17 Prior Convictions And Stealing Tires And Rims From Vehicles

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A Bryan man who has been in Brazos County criminal courts 27 times on charges of driving without a valid license returned to jail. 55 year old Gregory Easter was arrested by Bryan police Tuesday night (June 11) after an officer did a traffic stop on a car with a headlight that was not working. Online court records shows Easter has 17 convictions for driving with an invalid or suspended license. In five other cases, Easter pleaded guilty but prosecution was barred. And in five more cases, charges were dismissed. Online records show Easter was released on a $2,000 dollar bond following his 81st booking at the Brazos County jail since 1988.

In June 2023, five thefts of tires and rims in Brazos and Burleson counties were reported to law enforcement. On Tuesday (June 11), a Somerville man was arrested. 25 year old Tevin Devault is in the Brazos County jail in lieu of a $100,000 dollar bond. The arrest report from Bryan police says more than $11,000 dollars in tires and rims were removed from two vehicles in Bryan, one in College Station, and two in Snook. Devault is also being held on Burleson County charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Bonds on the Burleson County charges totals $25,000 dollars.

Screen shots of (L-R) Gregory Easter and Tevin Devault from
Screen shots of (L-R) Gregory Easter and Tevin Devault from

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