A disturbance call for mid early morning noise at a Bryan apartment pool lands a Navasota man in jail on a litany of charges.
The arrest report from Bryan Police says they responded to the complex pool around 2:30 am on Sunday morning, which has had issues of non-residents utilizing it. Police began issuing Criminal Trespass Warnings to the 10-15 individuals that were non-residents.
One of the men identified himself as “Jarvis Harrison, and was found to have a warrant out for his arrest. A thorough search of his person yielded a small amount of marijuana, but in a backpack was also a 9 mm Glock 19, which was reported stolen from College Station.
Once “Harrison” was read his rights, he admitted to giving false identification. He was officially identified as 23 year old Jakovin Dontray Dickey of Navasota.
Dickey said “Harrsion” was his brother, and was unaware he had a warrant out. Dickey was previously convicted of a felony, Possession of a Controlled Substance, in Brazos County.
He was arrested, and faces charges of Unlawful Carrying of a Firearm by a Felon, Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon with Felony Convictions, Failure to Identify, and Possession of Marijuana.
Dickey was released after posting a $26,000 bond.