Bryan police made at least four trips to the emergency room during the weekend to speak with victims of three assaults and one robbery.
On Sunday night, officers took a report from a good samaritan who was cut by a knife several times. The victim told officers they were on the west side of town when they saw a large fight when one woman was about to stab another woman. The victim was cut when they tried to stop the assault.
On Saturday night, a boyfriend is accused of striking his girlfriend with a bat at a home south of Sue Haswell Park. The woman was treated for non-life threatening injuries. The victim’s brother was also assaulted but did not need medical attention.
And the victim of a Friday afternoon assault in the area of Austin and Boulevard spent the night in the hospital before being released. Two suspects are being sought.
One of three weekend robberies led to the victim receiving treatment in the e-r for non-life threatening injuries. This was early Saturday morning in an apartment parking lot on College Main. A woman says a man walked up to her demanding keys to a vehicle. When she refused she was assaulted and the vehicle tires were slashed.
A second robbery was Saturday before sunrise outside an apartment on Foch Street, where two women were approached by two men, one armed with a gun. The suspects ran off with personal items. No one was hurt. Suspect 1 is a man in his early to mid-20’s, 5’6″ with a chubby build, wearing black shirt and face covered. Suspect 2 is a black man in his early to mid-20s, 5’11”, thin build, wearing black shirt and baggy pants.
And early Sunday morning, officers were sent to what was initially reported as an aggravated robbery at the Highway 21 truck stop near FM 2818 early Sunday morning. So far, investigators were told by the victim and original suspect said the other had a gun and pointed it at them. No property was taken and no one was injured.
College Station police are investigating three criminal incidents during the holiday weekend. One was Friday night around 10:30 outside the Wal-Mart store near Brothers and Longmire. There was a third party report of seeing someone driving an unidentified vehicle trying to run over a pedestrian. The victim, who was not injured, was unable to identify the suspect.
Friday afternoon, College Station police responded to a report of someone was threatened with a knife in the 24 hundred block of Bandera, which is south of Georgie Fitch Park. Police did not release the suspect’s description, and the victim was not injured.
College Station police are investigating a robbery that took place during the midnight hour Sunday at an apartment complex on Luther near the intersection of the new Penberthy Road. A woman received injuries that were not life threatening when she was assaulted by two other women. Undisclosed property was taken.