Early Police Department responded to a 911 call for help regarding a domestic disturbance in the 300 block of Lucas Drive on Tuesday, January 26th. The 911 call came in at approximately 9:20 p.m. with no one on the line. The number was a cell phone therefore dispatch was unable to tie the caller with an address; however, dispatch continued to try to recall the number for approximately 40 minutes and finally made contact with the caller, a teenager in the residence.
According to the report, the juvenile reported that a male had assaulted a female in the home and had choked her and that he was leaving the house. Upon officers arrival they discovered the suspect had fled on foot several minutes before arrival.
The victim stated that the suspect, Jose Francisco Quintero, had assaulted her and grabbed her by the throat and strangled her until she could not breathe, the report states. The victim stated she did not lose consciousness but was unable to breath for a moment, according to police. The victim also told officers that when the juvenile was calling 911, the suspect took the phone from her and would not allow her to call for help, the report states. The victim also gave officers information about 2 other incident that had occurred in the past 2 months one where the suspect strangled her again and one where the suspect sexually assaulted her, according to police.
An arrest warrant was issued for Jose Francisco Quintero for assault family violence impede breathing and interference with 911 call, the report states. The warrant was entered into the nationwide computer and on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, EPD was notified that Border Patrol in Del Rio, Texas had located Quintero and taken him into custody. Quintero is currently being held in the Val Verde County Jail awaiting transport back to Brown County.
In other law enforcement arrests and reports released Thursday, February 4, 2016:
Tuesday, February 2
*7:17 PM – Brownwood Police were called to the 400 block of W. Commerce regarding theft. According to the report, household goods, health and beauty products were stolen by known suspects. Police arrived on scene and the suspects were issued citations for theft and released from the scene.
*Brown County Sheriff’s Office received information from multiple sources stating a registered sex offender was in Brown County residing at his deceased mother’s house on FM 2125. It is reported that the sex offender has been at the residence for 7 or more days and has failed to notify the Brown County Sheriff’s Office of his status change.
Wednesday, February 3
*Brown County Sheriff’s Office received a report of theft and a criminal mischief. According to the report, the victim stated that a known subject stole the meter and a propane tank from her property and also damaged a generator.
*Brown County Sheriff’s Office arrested 50-year-old Wes Denton of Santa Anna on warrants related to tampering with a witness and official oppression.
*Brownwood Police arrested 19-year-old Donald Stephan Glenn of Brownwood on warrants related to two counts of forgery and two counts of burglary of a building. Glenn was being held in the Brown County Jail in lieu of bonds totaling $15,000 as of Thursday morning.
*30-year-old Jerry Neil Loer, Jr. was arrested for possession of a controlled substance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram. Loer was being held in the Brown County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bond as of Thursday morning.
*Brownwood Police arrested 18-year-old Jadarius Deqeun Williams of Brownwood on warrants related to possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to appear and a surety withdrawal/assault causes bodily injury (Taylor County).
*Brownwood Police arrested 27-year-old Juan Alberto Zuniga of Brownwood for possession of a controlled substance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram in a drug free zone and expired license.
Thursday, February 4
*44-year-old Misty Dawn Berryhill of Brownwood was arrested for possession of a controlled substance penalty group 1 less than 1 gram in a drug free zone, tamper/fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair, no fishing license, failure to maintain financial responsibility and two counts of violate promise to appear. Berryhill was being held in the Brown County Jail in lieu of bonds totaling $24,000 as of Thursday morning.
*Early Police arrested 37-year-old Amanda Michelle Lowery of Brownfield, Texas for public intoxication.
All arrestees are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Blotter information compiled from local law enforcement reports and jail records.
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