Criminal Theatrics Lead to Arrest at the Movies

By: Brenna Flores Email
By: Brenna Flores Email

It wasn't all about love on Valentine's Day in Bryan.

According to police, Chase Herrmann of Bryan was caught throwing a glass bottle at the open back door of Premiere Theater Saturday night. One of the employees at the theater was approaching him from the front of the car when Hermann allegedly accelerated, forcing the employee to jump on the hood.

The 18-year-old drove the vehicle quickly through the parking lot in an attempt to get the man off the car, according to police. When he finally did, Herrmann allegedly got out and began hitting the employee.

Herrmann was charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.


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