Brady Police Officer Arrested for Alleged Offense in BrownwoodPress Release
BRADY, TX – A Brady, TX police officer has been arrested for Official Oppression stemming from a New Years Day incident in Brownwood.
According to information from the Brady PD, on Friday afternoon (01/10/20) at approximately 3:00 p.m., the Brady PD was contacted by the Brownwood Police Department and made aware of an active arrest warrant that had just been issued for Brady Police Officer Joshua Carlock, officially charging him with the offense of Official Oppression, a Class A Misdemeanor. The warrant stems from their investigation of an off-duty incident involving Carlock while he was returning home to Brownwood from work on the evening of January 1st, 2020.
As a result of this arrest order, Carlock was immediately placed on administrative leave with pay and was ordered to turn himself into the Brown County Jail for the booking and arraignment process. Carlock was able to post bond (set at $2,500.00) and was subsequently released.
This is an ongoing investigation.
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