Four Bryan police officers were involved in an arrest during First Friday in the downtown north area.
According to the arrest report, just after 10 p.m. on 24th Street between Main and Bryan Avenue, two officers on bicycle patrol who rode by a parked SUV smelled burnt marijuana.
The officers learned the backseat passenger, 41 year old Terrunice Webber of Bryan, was wanted for violating parole from a 20 year sentence for selling drugs.
That led to two more officers being sent.
Webber was arrested for the parole violation, possessing a handgun that was loaded with 12 hollow point bullets, and having hydrocodine pills without a prescription…that he said he was taking following oral surgery.
Webber was also arrested on a warrant from Leon County for a misdemeanor marijuana charge.
According to online records, this is Webber’s 27th visit to the Brazos County jail in 24 years.
The driver of the SUV and the front seat passenger are out of jail on bond following their arrests for misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
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Source: Culture – WTAW