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Motel bust leads to meth charges
According to Bryan police, two officers stopped by the Motel 6 on Texas Avenue late Friday to check for any criminal activity. Around 11:30 p.m., officers walking through the property spotted a pickup pulling into a parking spot. The occupants made a quick stop at a room before returning to the vehi
Warrant out for your arrest in College Station? You should read this
If you have an outstanding warrant for any Class C misdemeanor, you can pay now, avoid a fee, and avoid being arrested during the roundup that goes from November 3rd - November 11th.
Brazos County sheriff promotes corrections officers
Two corrections officers with the Brazos County Sheriff's Officer were recently promoted to booking officer positions in the department's jail division. Officer Ann-Marie Bartolomei has worked for the sheriff's office since June 2016, and Jacob Calloway has worked for the department since March.They
Five things to do this weekend around Bryan-College Station
The weather hasn’t cooperated and quite a few events got canceled this weekend, but not everything. There are still plenty of fun events to check out this weekend, including the Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo, the annual Downtown Bryan Pub Crawl and the opening of Fright Nights. For more events, visit t
Two TAMU officers injured while attempting to arrest theft suspect
As the officers attempted to detain the suspect, he ignored police commands and resisted arrested, according to an arrest report.
Department of Public Safety: Men dropped drugs, then fled
According to the Department of Public Safety, a state trooper was patrolling Texas 21 in Bryan near the intersection of Texas 6. Around 12:45 a.m. he tried to stop a car with a defective tail light. The car sped away and turned down Waco Street, where it made a quick stop and Joel Deleon, 29, of Bry
Candidate Q&A: College Station City Council, Place 4
Voters will choose between Joe Guerra Jr., a transportation planner who unsuccessfully sought the seat against Moore two years ago, and Elianor Vessali, a Planning and Zoning commissioner and real estate agent who lost the Place 1 race last year to Councilman Bob Brick.
Man arrested for College Station standoff indicted
Michael Blake Jones, 38, was indicted on aggravated assault on a public servant, continuous family violence and criminal mischief. Police say Jones was dating a person who was inside of Rockies Grill and Saloon when the first shots were fired.
Bryan Police: Man tossed cocaine as he ran
According to Bryan police, officers received a tip Thursday that drug sales were taking place at a home in the 700 block of Washington Avenue. Authorities watched the home and eventually saw 37-year-old Donald Eugene Mims pull up to the residence. He met with two other men who pulled up in other car
College Station police: Search warrant leads to discovery of drugs, gun
According to College Station police, authorities were suspicious of drug sales coming from a unit at an apartment complex on Kenyon Drive. A search warrant on the home was executed Wednesday, and police questioned the resident, 20-year-old Tristen Kenneth Ray Lunsford.
Eagle recommendations in College Station city and school elections
That's still more choices than Bryan voters have. There are no contested city or school elections there, so the elections for council and school board were canceled. Nothing critical of the candidates for the council and school board, but we think voters are best served when they have choices.
Suspected cocaine dealer arrested after running from officers
After smelling marijuana in the car, they asked Mims to step out of the vehicle. Officers tried to empty his pockets, but he pulled out of his jacket and ran away.
Warrant Amnesty in College Station until November 2
Only two more weeks are left during which the College Station Municipal Court and other Brazos County Courts handling Class C misdemeanors are offering a Warrant Amnesty.Following that, from November 3rd till Nov. 11th local law enforcement Countywide will be focusing on arresting those with Class C
1775 Texas Pit BBQ in College Station Is a Family Affair
After nine years working at Rudy’s Bar-B-Q, Brad Doan left to sell automotive parts in Temple, but he soon missed the restaurant business. So in 2013, he took a job managing the new Waco location of the Twin Peaks restaurant. Two years later, on May 17, 2015, the job turned more dangerous than he’d
Traffic stop nets two suspected drug dealers
BRAZOS COUNTY, Tex. (KBTX) -Troopers tried to pull over a car for a broken tail light, but ended up catching a pair of suspected drug dealers.
Brazos County grand jury indicts 35 on felony charges
Jones was among three men indicted on first-degree felony charges, which are punishable by up to 99 years in prison. Chester Neal, 33, of Bryan, was indicted on a first-degree charge of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit another felony. Codi Wilson-Lambert, 30, of College Station, was ar
College Station police search home, catch suspected drug dealer
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) -A College Station man was arrested this week for dealing THC, marijuana, and ecstasy.
Home damaged by fire in College Station
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX)-A home in College Station was damaged Wednesday night by a fire that was quickly extinguished by firefighters.Just after 10:00 p.m., firefighters responded to the 700 block of San Saba.No injuries were reported.The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Man hits another man with truck after argument
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Bryan police investigating man hit by truck
BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) -Bryan police officers are investigating after a man was hit by a truck Thursday.This all happened on Verde near Silver Spur Circle. The man was taken to a nearby hospital. Officers on scene didn't believe his injuries to be life-threatening.We have a crew on scene and are working