Friday night just after eight, you may have seen at least seven law enforcement vehicles outside a convenience store in Bryan at Briarcrest and Wildflower. That’s after a Texas Ranger located a car that had been reported stolen and followed it to the c-store. Four Bryan police officers assisted, followed by a pair of DPS troopers. According to the Bryan police arrest report, there were three people inside the car. The driver, 18 year old Michael Bradley of Caldwell, was arrested for unauthorized use of the car, disorderly conduct for swearing at the officers, and having no drivers license. He was being held in the Brazos County jail without bond on an arrest warrant from Burleson County accusing him of injuring a child, an elderly, or a disabled person.
A Bryan man was arrested for drunk driving during the midnight hour Sunday after College Station police received a report of the car he was driving nearly hit two cars head on. According to the arrest report, police enhanced the DWI charge against 27 year old Justin Bass because there was a seven or eight year nephew in his car. Officers also found two bags and a mason jar containing a total of seven ounces of marijuana with an estimated street value of $2,000 dollars. Bass was still in jail Monday, where he was held in lieu of $10,000 dollars bond.