BRENHAM POLICE INVESTIGATING SHATTERED WINDOWS OVER WEEKEND

  

Brenham police are investigating several instances of criminal mischief at local businesses over the weekend.

Friday night at 11:20, Officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of South Day Street in reference to criminal mischief. A passing motorist reported one of the windows being shattered. Information was gathered and the incident is pending further investigation.

Saturday morning at 8:00, Officers were dispatched to a business located in the 1800 block of Highway 290 West in reference to criminal mischief. The calling party reported an unknown person used a BB or Pellet gun to shoot out a glass window of the business sometime between 9:30 Friday night and 8:00 Saturday morning.

Then at 8:55 Saturday morning, Officers were dispatched to a business located in the 2600 block of 36 South in reference to criminal mischief. The calling party reported an unknown person used a BB or Pellet gun to shoot out a glass window of the business sometime between 10:00 Friday night and 8:00 Saturday morning.

Then at 9:10 Saturday morning, Officers discovered a broken window to a business located in the 500 block of Highway 290 West, the glass had been broken out with a BB or Pellet gun. The store manager was able to determine the time that the glass was broken at 10:36 Friday night using surveillance video.

Then Saturday morning at 10:35, Officers discovered a broken window to a business located in the 1400 block of South Day Street. The glass window was apparently broken by a BB or Pellet gun. The property owner was notified and the case is currently under investigation by the Criminal Investigation Division.  

Taurus Lindsey
Washington Co. Jail photo

Then Saturday night at 9:30, Officers responded to a business located in the 200 block of Highway 290 West in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, investigation revealed that the suspect, Taurus Lindsey, 41 of Bellville, was intoxicated and attempted to steal several items from the business. Lindsey was eventually placed in custody for Failure to ID a Fugitive from Justice, Theft of Property less than $2,500 with 2 or more with previous convictions, Public Intoxication, Disorderly Conduct – Language, and for an active local warrant. Lindsey was transported to the Washington County Jail for booking.

Then Saturday night at 10:30, Officers responded to a residence located in the 900 block of Harrington Street in reference to a report of a weapon-involved situation. The victim and a witness reported a firearm was discharged during a disturbance. No one was reported injured and the incident is currently under investigation by the criminal investigation division.

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