A College Station man convicted of Burglary in Grimes County four years ago has been arrested again for four outstanding warrants within the county, plus new drug and weapon charges.
Bryan Police say they served a search warrant at an apartment on Old College Road, after an investigation into 25 year old Jermaine Dreshawn Williams of College Station. They received a tip he was selling narcotics on July 22nd, and police arrived to serve the warrant on Wednesday morning.
Inside, they spoke with Williams’ girlfriend, who said she observed a drug deal take place in the apartment a few days prior.
In the room Williams was residing, police found $14,550 in a backpack, which he said was from selling a motorcycle. At the foot of the bed was a Pioneer Arms Hell-Pup rifle pistol, and a Glock 43X with a drum magazine. Also found was 224 packages of THC edibles, weighing around 16 pounds, and ten more ounces of marijuana.
Williams, who was discharged from parole supervision on May 21st, is in the Brazos County jail on a litany of charges.
He faces four Failure to Appear warrants from Grimes County, plus new charges of Manufacutre/Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana between four ounces and five pounds, and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
Williams is being held without bond on grounds of parole violation, for carrying a weapon before the fifth anniversary of his release.