More details continue to emerge about the Brenham man arrested in College Station this weekend after causing a manhunt and shelter-in-place for a neighborhood.
College Station police responded on Sunday to an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon early in the day, which injured a pre-teen just after the midnight hour on Sunday. The man also had an active family assault warrant.
Police located the man in a Bryan apartment on Sunday evening, where he was seen looking out windows. When police called his name, the man jumped out of a second story window, which led to a shelter-in-place for the area as they searched for the man.
Around 3 pm, a resident returning home was given permission to enter the area and go to his home on Nagle Street in Bryan. Upon arriving in the home, the owner notices insulation on the floor under the attic access with his back door also being open. The homeowner left and informed officers.
The suspect was found by CSPD SWAT 30 minutes later hiding in the attic and was arrested.
The man was identified as 29 year old Jamarious Davis of Brenham. He was taken to the hospital with a cut above his left eye, but when they arrived, Davis resisted and pulled away from officers.
Davis is being charged with Evading Arrest, Resisting Arrest, and Criminal Trespass of a Habitation, in addition to his outstanding family violence warrant.
No charges have stemmed from the Sunday morning attack and no details of it have been released, but he is considered a suspect.
Davis remains in the Brazos County Jail on bonds totaling $297,000.