Bryan Man Wanted For Vandalizing KBTX Television Station

Police are looking for a man who attacked and verbally assaulted several KBTX employees Tuesday night, then vandalized the television station.

Around 7:15 p.m., police say Jason Bewley, 37, showed up at the KBTX television station. Police believe he was the one that accosted several employees in the parking lot.

No one was injured, but Bewley allegedly broke the side mirrors on two vehicles. He then allegedly threw a cinder block at the windshield of a KBTX live van and the station's back door window, breaking both.

Police say Bewley fled the scene on a bicycle.

If you have any information about Bewley's whereabouts, call police.


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