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Bryan Police Arrest Man Wanted For Indecency With A Child

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(KAGS) -- Bryan Police arrested a man wanted in Anderson County for indecency with a child by sexual contact.

On May 29, The City Mission in Bryan contacted the police department about an elderly man who came in, claiming not to know his identity.

Bryan Police and Adult Protective Services then conducted an investigation into the man's identity.

On Wednesday morning, they positively identified him as 70-year-old John Alton Curtis from Elkart.

When they ran his information, the warrant out of Anderson County showed up.

Officers arrested Curtis at the City Mission, and booked him into the Brazos County Jail.

He will remain there until officers from Anderson County pick him up.

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