College Station animal control issued a news release Thursday asking for your assistance with a dog bite that took place Tuesday night between 7 and 7:30. They’re looking for a smooth hair black lab that was off its leash when it bit a woman who was jogging on Welsh south of Holleman. The owner, described as a white female with short brown hair was accompanied by another white female and her dog. The dog needs to be located and observed to rule out possible rabies exposure to the victim. If you have any information about this case, call 979-764-3600.
College Station police responded to three incidents Thursday during the midnight hour. One was an armed robbery on University Oaks Boulevard, north of Harvey and east of Texas. The victim says after telling the suspect he didn’t have any money, the suspect pulled out a gun and demanded his wallet. The suspect is described as a black man, 6-2 and 200 pounds, short hair with sideburns, and wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans.
Another case was an aggravated assault where the weapon was a large purple kitchen knife. 32 year old Zaira Bayon is accused of repeatedly stabbing a coffee table that separated her from the victim and stabbing the victim’s watch. The victim says he locked himself in the bathroom and called police. He was not injured.
And a patrolman pulled over a SUV because a license plate light had fallen out of its bracket. The driver’s record came back with 13 violations over the last three and a half years. 30 year old Marquis Allen of Bryan was arrested for driving with an invalid license with a prior conviction. He spent two minutes in jail before being released on a $2,000 dollar bond.
Wednesday’s business at the Brazos County sheriff’s office included five burglaries and responding to four residential alarms. Chief deputy Jim Stewart says the break ins were at multiple temporary structures on an oil field site. Investigators do not believe these are related to a rash of vehicle burglaries that have taken place during the summer.