Police: Gas station robbers crash car in police chase

All three face aggravated robbery charges

By Louis Lochte - News Producer
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FRIENDSWOOD, Texas - Three people were arrested Monday after robbing a gas station and leading Harris County Sheriff's deputies on a short chase near Friendswood, investigators say.

According to investigators, the suspects' vehicle crashed through a Polly Ranch subdivision entry way sign, shrubbery and into the trees on Winding Way.

Two men fled the scene, deputies said.

A woman in the back of the car was injured in the crash.

Soon after the crash, Friendswood police told deputies the three were wanted for a robbery that just happened at the Chevron gas station on W. Bay Area Boulevard and FM 528.

Joshua Ramos, 17, of Alvin, was taken into custody.

Investigators say he provided a false date of birth, but police soon learned that he had warrants out of Brazoria County.

Ramos is currently charged with failure to identify-fugitive and evading on foot.

Police said Desiree Perez, 22, also of Alvin, was the woman in the back seat of the vehicle.

She was taken to a hospital with a back injury.

Taylor Geddes, 21, of Houston, was caught walking towards Alvin on West Parkwood Avenue, said deputies.

Geddes is currently charged with evading arrest and accident involving personal injury or death.

His bond is set at $200,000.

Harris County deputies found a cash register and money that were dumped on Winding Way during the chase, investigators said.

Aggravated robbery charges are pending against all three suspects.

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