Bryan Man


A Bryan man was arrested Saturday on various charges. Brenham Police report that Saturday afternoon at 2:10, Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block of South Day Street in reference to shoplifting. Investigation revealed that Ernesto Perez Gonzales, 63 of Bryan, was found to have exited the store with unpaid merchandise and to also have an active warrant for his arrest out of Pardon and Parole. Gonzales was arrested and charged with Theft of Property less than $2500 with 2 or More Previous Convictions, Unlicensed Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, and his Parole warrant. Gonzales was transported to the Washington County Jail for booking.

Bryan Man Indicted And Arrested On An Intoxication Manslaughter Charge

A Brazos County grand jury has indicted and a Bryan man has been arrested on a manslaughter charge from a drunk driving crash in Bryan last October. According to the Bryan police arrest report, 29 year old Kentavion Lewis had a blood alcohol level of .118 after the car he was driving struck a telephone pole on Villa Maria a block west of Texas.
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Bryan Man In Jail Awaiting Three Criminal Trials Is Charged With Assaulting A Detention Deputy

A Bryan man in the Brazos County jail since last November is now accused of kicking a detention deputy with enough force that a shoeprint was left on the deputy’s shirt. 18 year old Kesayveon Jefferson is awaiting three trials on charges from last October of November for two vehicle burglaries, evading arrest twice, and failing to identify himself.

One Bryan Man Is Arrested For Driving With An Invalid License With Six Prior Convictions, And Another Is Arrested For Stealing An Unattended Car Outside A Convenience Store

The 46th time a Bryan man is booked in the Brazos County jail in 32 years, is on a charge of driving with an invalid license with six prior convictions. The Bryan police arrest report also noted the driver was also uninsured and he had 13 active suspensions on his driver’s license. The arresting officer stopped the car for having outdated vehicle registration. 66 year old Morris Britton is out of jail after posting a $2,000 dollar bond.

Local Authorities Searching For Missing Bryan Man

On 03-13-2022 Dakota Blaine Clifford was reported missing. Dakota was last seen by his family when he left his Bryan residence the morning of 03-13-2022. If you have any information about Dakota please call the Bryan Police Department 419-633-6050.

Governor Abbott Appoints Bryan Man To Firefighters’ Star Of Texas Award Advisory Committee

News release courtesy of Governor Greg Abbott’s office:. Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Samuel McGee and Robert Moore to the Firefighters’ Star of Texas Award Advisory Committee for terms at the pleasure of the Governor. The committee advises the Governor on the issuance, design, and presentation of the Firefighters’ Star of Texas Award. This award is given to firefighters who are seriously injured in the line of duty and the surviving next of kin of each firefighter who is killed or sustains a fatal injury in the line of duty.

Bryan Man Admits To Fifth DWI That Follows A Deadly Crash

A Bryan man admits to driving under the influence of two drugs in a deadly crash in front of the new superpark almost three years ago. 37 year old Stephen Page and the Brazos County district attorney’s office entered a plea agreement where Page was sentenced to 45 years for what the DA’s office says is his fifth DWI conviction.

Bryan Man Admits To Manslaughter And Causing A Hit And Run Collision While Driving Drunk That Kills A Texas A&M Student

A Bryan man admits to drunk driving when he struck and killed a Texas A&M college student who walking with friends on Texas Avenue north of University more than two years ago. According to the Brazos County district attorney’s office, 20 year old Pedro Puga had a blood alcohol level three hours later that was four times the legal limit at .320.

Bryan Man Killed While Crossing Highway 21

A Bryan man is dead after being struck by a car Sunday night. Bryan police report 48 year old Henry Perez was not in a crosswalk as he was crossing Highway 21 near Restmeyer Street. The highway was closed for more than four hours between Sims and West 17th. The...

Bryan Man Sentenced For Infant Son’s Death

CODY JONDREAU … Pictured is Cody Jondreau after his booking at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio in 2019. Cody Jondreau was sentenced to 29 years in prison for the death of his 9-week-old son. He murdered his son back in September of 2020 before admitting what he did and pleading guilty in November.


Brenham Police arrested a Bryan man Friday at the local hospital for assault. On Friday afternoon at 3:20 PM, Officers were dispatched to the Baylor Scott and White Hospital in Brenham in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed the male suspect identified as Gregory Garcia, 21 of Bryan, was arrested for Assault of a Pregnant Person, placed into custody and transported to the Washington County Jail for booking.
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Bryan Man Jailed On Criminal Activity, Controlled Substance Charges

A Bryan, Texas man was jailed on engaging in criminal activity and manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance charges Friday night, according to arrest reports. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Josh Davis said while assisting another deputy on a traffic stop in a South Broadway Street business parking lot just before 10 p.m. Nov. 12, 2021, he noticed a man throw down a cigarette onto the parking lot from a Chevrolet SUV. Davis ordered the man to step out of the SUV to talk to him.

Bryan Man Arrested Twice In Three Weeks On Burglary Charges

A Bryan man who was released from jail almost three weeks ago on bond after he was arrested for burglary of a Bryan building is back in jail on new burglary and theft charges. According to arrest reports from the Brazos County sheriff’s office, 33 year old Gabriel Ortiz took from the Bryan Harvey little league field a zero-turn mower and a 25 foot trailer.


A Bryan man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for the death of his brother-in-law two years ago. 43-year-old Deryl Jackson, Jr. was convicted of Manslaughter by a Brazos County jury on Wednesday, and was sentenced on Friday. Prosecutors accused Jackson of stabbing his brother-in-law, Jevelle Kinley, with...
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Bryan man, 25, killed when semi strikes car

A 25-year-old man from Bryan, Ohio, lost his life Saturday afternoon after he ran a stop sign and was struck by a semi in Defiance County. Kolbe Ray Roose was driving south on The Bend Road in Delaware Township about 4 p.m. Saturday when he failed to yield at a stop sign and continued to cross County Road 424, according to a release from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.