Local News Headlines–7/3/2013

Bryan Police report a drowning at LakeBryan last night.  51-year-old Albert Gray of BrazosCounty was reported missing about 10:55 at the lake.  With assistance from the Brazos County Sheriff’s office, Texas Game Wardens, and Bryan and College Station Fire Departments, the College Station dive team found the body just before 2 am.  No foul play is suspected.

The last meeting of the College Station school board included a pair of agreements with the city.  Superintendent Eddie Coulson says C-S-I-S-D will be taking over management of the Kids Klub after school program.   Meantime, the board also approved a three year extension with the city to provide a fourth school resource officer. C-S-I-S-D pays three-fourths of the salary and benefits. The four officers will cover the C-S-I-S-D’s high schools, middle schools, and alternative center.

And, four teenagers were arrested after Bryan police linked several Sunday morning robberies.  Officer Kelley McKethan says the first robbery happened at Z-Islander apartments.  McKethan says the robberies appeared to be linked, and officers went to Saddlewood apartments where a search yielded the discovery of items and teenagers matching the description.  McKethan says two sixteen year-olds and two seventeen-year-olds, Alvin Adams and Shikelyn Phillips, were arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery each.  The money and electronic items had a total worth of about $2,000.