Police arrested three people on Tuesday on the strength of warrants that had previously been issued.
The first was a 16-year-old boy who showed up at the police startion just after 11 a.m. on the advice of his probation officer. He'd been told there was an arrest warrant out for him since he hadn't complied with his probation. Police arrested and processed him; he was later released, with a court date of Sept. 30.
At about the same time, officers also arrested a 25-year-old man who had twice failed to abide by a recognizance order. He was at the court house when he was arrested, but was held overnight in jail to appear in court again on Wednesday.
Finally, just after lunch, officers were on patrol around 1 p.m. when they recognized a man walking in the zero-hundred block of Ninth Street as someone who was wanted for disobeying a probation order. The 25-year-old Brandon man was arrested, but later released with a court date of Sept. 29.