Two College Station men are accused of a Monday morning residential burglary. Officers responded to a 9-1-1 call from a neighbor reporting suspicious activity in the 100 block of Park Place. Officers found the man matching the caller’s description and a second man who was running away. During the follow up investigation officers, physical evidence was able to link both of the men to a residential burglary, where entry was gained by forcing open a side door. Police arrested 19 year old Quintarius Desmondi Jackson and 18 year old Cedric Deon Fielder Jr. A third suspect is being sought, who was last seen in an older model and dark colored pickup. Jackson was arrested by Bryan police in February 2013 after neighbors saw him breaking into a home on Heatherwood.
College Station police are looking for a Bryan man accused of trying to run down his wife last week. An arrest warrant was issued for 36 year old Curtis Ray Dickey Jr. Investigators were told the chase ended when Dickey crashed his vehicle in front of the Scott & White hospital. This followed past threats and numerous calls from the suspect. Anyone who knows Dickey’s whereabouts is asked to not approach him but contact CSPD at 979-764-3600 or Brazos County Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS.
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A Bryan couple known by authorities to be associated with illegal drugs is back in jail. 22 year old Charley Nicole Wright and 28 year old Nicholas Sexton were in a pickup that was pulled over by a Brazos County precinct two deputy constable after seeing a trailer that was being towed did not have a license plate. According to the arrest report, Wright and Sexton told the deputy they were arrested the week before in Polk County for selling methamphetamine. A search of the truck led to finding what’s believed to be $6,000 dollars of meth, about $1,200 dollars in cash, and two cell phones containing text messages related to selling illegal drugs. Following their arrest, jail staff in the process of booking Wright found she was trying to hide another bag of meth. Both remain held in lieu of bonds of more than $100,000 dollars each.
In an unrelated case, a woman who lives northeast of Bryan who pleaded guilty to animal abuse returned to jail after not paying fines and court costs. 24 year old Rebecca Kaecker was arrested in February 2012 and entered a guilty plea two years later to not getting medical treatment for a pit bull who had suffered severe burns. Kaecker was given two years probation with conditions that included performing 200 hours of community service. An arrest warrant was issued three weeks ago accusing her of not paying $1,100 dollars in fines and court costs.