On Sunday night, a College Station police officer saw a car swerving numerous times along Texas Avenue. According to the arrest report, that’s after multiple citizens reported the driver nearly causing multiple accidents on the freeway. After the car was stopped on the freeway near Rock Prairie Road, 27 year old Carlos Renoj was arrested for DWI. That’s after results of breath alcohol tests of more than .24, which is more than three times the legal limit.
A one vehicle crash led to a pair of drunk driving arrests in Bryan Monday night. According to the Bryan police arrest report, motorists called 9-1-1 about a reckless driver who ran a red light at Villa Maria and Cavitt, then turned onto South College headed south until it struck and snapped a wooden light pole near Royal Lane. The driver told police he swerved to avoid being hit by another vehicle…but a witness said there was no other traffic. That led to the the arrest of 32 year old Juan Son-Renoj for DWI. He is also being held for immigration authorities. While South College was blocked to allow a BTU crew to replace the pole, which downed electric lines, a car ran over cones at both ends of the blocked street. According to the second arrest report, there was a chase of more than three miles before the car stopped in College Station. That driver, 20 year old Spencer Lammers of College Station, was arrested for DWI.
A drunk driving arrest in College Station Monday night began with a citizen’s report of seeing a man urinating in the middle of Texas Avenue near Deacon Drive. According to the arrest report, the driver was taken to an emergency room, where he lost consciousness for some time. The driver said he had been in Bryan and had no idea how he ended up in College Station. The officer also noted the driver was handcuffed to a hospital bed after becoming verbally abusive and physically aggressive. 22 year old Jose Guadalupe Rios of Bryan is out of jail on bond following his arrest for DWI.
Bryan police report pursuing a stolen pickup through both cities Monday afternoon that resulted in two arrests. According to the arrest report, the F-150 was first seen dropping off a woman at Rudder high school. After the stolen truck was identified, the chase went on and off the freeway, swerving in and out of traffic. The truck stopped in the southbound freeway exit ramp to Harvey Road, three or four people jumped out, and the truck rolled into a patrol vehicle. Two Bryan men were captured and taken to jail for evading arrest. 20 year old Jacquez Punchard, who was found inside the Baylor Scott and White clinic, said he was waiting for his mother to pick him up. And 17 year old Patrick Golden, who was outside the clinic, said he was a passenger in an Uber vehicle. According to online records, it’s Golden’s third arrest in the last nine months.
A Bryan man’s 25th time in the Brazos County jail in 26 years accuses him of burglary of two buildings. 49 year old Cary Shields remains in jail following his latest booking on December 22. According to the arrest report, he confessed to breaking a glass door to enter Margie’s Bar and Grill last October, take a cash register, and steal the money. The second breakin was at the Institute of Modern Barber.
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