LAMPASAS (August 20, 2013)-Two men were arrested after two early morning disturbances involving a Lampasas woman, her two ex-husbands and her 21-year-old son.
Officers responded at around 1:30 a.m. Monday to a report of the first disturbance at a home in North Main Street where a woman said her second ex-husband was harassing her, her son and her first ex-husband, who was at the woman’s residence.
Officers had responded earlier to disturbances at the home and an officer who was in the area heard three gunshots and saw a man running down the street.
Police arrested the man, whom they identified as the woman's son, but could not find the man at whom the shots were fired, who they said was the woman's second ex-husband.
Michael James Allen, 21, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and was later released on $10,000 bond.
Then about an hour later, the second ex-husband showed up at the house again and another dispute erupted.
Reynaldo Aleman, 45, of Lampasas, was arrested at the scene.
He was charged with assault on a public servant, aggravated assault-retaliation, evading arrest, assault causing bodily injury with previous conviction, interference with an emergency call, public intoxication, and criminal trespass.
He was jailed Tuesday in lieu of bonds totaling $8,000.