By LeaAnne Klentzman
Sugar Land police were called to a disturbance in The Meadows of Avalon early Sunday morning that netted two arrests.
About 3:15 a.m., Sunday morning, Sugar Land police were dispatched to the 5200 block of Harvest Bend Court for a fight in progress, said police spokesperson Doug Adolph. When officers arrived on the scene they found what was described as a large group of juveniles pushing each other. When the teens saw police, they ran toward a home in the area. Police told people in, around, and near the house, to leave. “As officers approached the front door, a man yelled at police, then closed and locked the door,” said Adolph.
He went on to explain, “Another person inside the house unlocked the door, and the man who confronted police was detained.” As police investigated, they determined that many of the people inside the home were minors and “A large amount of open liquor bottles and beer cans were seen throughout the house.” Adolph said, “Neal Cobos, 21, of Sugar Land, identified himself as the person in charge of the home and the party.” Reportedly, Cobos admitted to providing alcohol to minors. He arrested and charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor. During transport to the jail, Cobos got into a struggle with officers; he was also charged with resisting transport.
Jermaine Emebo, 24, of Sugar Land, was arrested and charged with Interference of a Public Servant and Resisting Arrest.