Oct 30

Bryan Cops Shoutout For Public Support To End A Disruption

A Bryan man in front of the Brazos County Administration Building Wednesday afternoon on Texas Opportunity yelling he was Jesus Christ, the King of Jerusalem is back in jail.

Bryan copspolicemans Kelley McKethan went to social media to thank the private citizens who aided one officer who was having a hard time to 19 years of age Robert Reed in handcuffs.

According to the arrest report, Bryan police respondedreacted to reports from a number of witnesses of a suspicious person who appeared to be on something, which McKethan stated was narcotic drugs.

A Brazos County constables lieutenant also reported the male stopped, rolled down his window of his pickup, and the male tossed a cup of water and ice in his face.

Reed was driven to the St. Josephs emergency space, where McKethan says he began a second disruption that ended when Reed was shot with a stun gun.

Reed was jailed on seven charges, including assaulting one police officer and two healthcare facility employees.

At the time of his arrest, Reed was out on bond awaiting trial on a charge of criminal negligent homicide from the shooting death of a good friend in July of in 2014.

Click below for comments from Kelley McKethan, going to with WTAWs Costs Oliver:


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