A Navasota man is in the Brazos County jail on numerous charges after threatening a person and evading arrest.
According to the arrest report from College Station Police, they responded to a call on Fairview Drive around 8:30 pm Friday night, from a person regarding another man in his front yard. The suspect threatened to kill the reporting party if he did not surrender his vehicle. The reporting party also said that the suspect attempted grabbing him through an open window.
When the reporting party called police, the man walked down Fairview Drive. Police identified the man walking down the street, making erratic movements with his hands while staggering. Officers observed the man to be sweating, with dilated pupils. They suspected the man to be under the influence of a stimulant, based on his rapid hand gestures, hallucinations, and lack of concentration.
The report states the suspect would frequently change the topic of conversation, while looking in the distance and alleging to see an unknown male he wanted to “kill.”
While being questioned, the suspect continued getting up, and eventually said to officers “I’ll tell you, but I am going to run,” as he ventured into the street. Officers eventually grabbed him, and tackled him to prevent him from fleeing the scene. While being held on the ground, the suspect began violently thrusting to the ground, kicking and screaming to prevent being searched.
Officers eventually found on his person a brown coin pouch, which contained one gram of marijuana.
The man was arrested, and identified as 24 year old Brandon Michael Reeves of Navasota.
He was charged with Evading Arrest, Resisting Arrest, Possession of Marijuana under 2 Ounces, and Public Intoxication. At last check, he remains in the Brazos County jail on bonds totaling $9,300.