HPD boy camera video released HPD releases bodycam video of deadly police chase
On Tuesday, the <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mvPukv_Q0w&list=PLVEy_5I6ZjJTslm9h1VY4bbMASFztF94F&index=2" target="_blank">Houston Police Department released body camera video</a> of a police chase that ended in law enforcement officers shooting and killing a suspect.
DWI suspect leads deputies on chase with 4 children inside vehicle in west Harris County, HCSO says
A man is in custody after Harris County sheriff’s deputies said he led them on a high-speed chase with four children inside the vehicle in west Harris County Sunday morning. Deputies said the man was suspected of drinking while driving.
Man accused of stealing ambulance arrested after police chase in northwest Harris County, HPD says
A man is in custody after police said he stole a Houston Fire Department ambulance following his release from Memorial Hermann Hospital Wednesday night. Officers said the chase ended 25 miles away in northwest Harris County.
Officers chase down possibly intoxicated wrong-way driver on the North Freeway, HPD says
Houston police, with the help of Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies, said they were able to catch up to a wrong-way driver traveling on the North Freeway Thursday morning. Authorities said the chase ended in Montgomery County.
Man kills himself after leading police on 95-mile chase, engaging in hourslong standoff, authorities say
HOUSTON – Both directions of Interstate 10 are back open Thursday in Schulenburg after a chase that started in Houston resulted in a standoff and a man committing suicide, according to authorities. Officials said the chase started after a person in the vehicle fired shots at a deputy from the Harris County Precinct 5 Constable’s Office around 3 a.m. Thursday. The chase passed through Houston and Colorado County where authorities said they used spike strips to damage the tires. Authorities said the driver continued to drive on rims until finally coming to a stop Schulenburg, where he refused to get out. Deputies said the driver continued to flash a handgun and law enforcement shut down I-10 in the area while they worked to resolve the situation.
Murder suspect arrested after leading Houston police on chase, striking several vehicles
HOUSTON – Investigators said a man with a violent history is in custody following a chase in Houston where he struck several vehicles on Tuesday. The constable’s office said Chambliss had removed an ankle monitor and was out on a PR bond for a murder charge in Hays County, which is southwest of Austin. After roughly two years behind bars, Hays County District Attorney Wes Mau said Chambliss requested his $250,000 bond be reduced. Court records show a judge granted a PR bond with GPS monitor in 2019 “under extreme protest” from the prosecutor. Investigators said Chambliss could face additional charges in Harris County for the chase, but those details have not been released yet.
Innocent driver’s car splits in half after crash during police chase in southwest Houston, police say
HOUSTON – A wild chase ended with a crash involving an innocent driver and a vehicle split in half in southwest Houston Monday, police said. Police said the crash happened on Westheimer Road and Stoney Brook Drive around 3:31 a.m. According to officers, it all started when they tried to pull over the suspect for a routine traffic stop. Police said an innocent person’s vehicle was split in two after the suspect slammed into it during the pursuit. The suspect tried to make a run for it but he was caught, officers said.
2 officers hurt during crash sparked by chase after smash and grab: HPD
HOUSTON Police said a chase was sparked by an attempted smash-and-grab at a grocery store in southeast Houston Tuesday. Authorities said that chase ended in a crash that injured two officers. Investigators said the chase happened shortly before 3 a.m. on 610 near Mykawa when officers noticed a vehicle attempting a smash and grab at the Fiesta Mart. Authorities said the suspects drove a truck through this entrance and tried to steal an ATM but failed. According to police, the suspects wouldnt pull over and they went on 610 to 288 then 59 before exiting Collingsworth.
Woman accused of leading deputy constables on wild chase with child in vehicle
HOUSTON – A woman is in custody after she led Precinct 5 constable deputies on a chase while a child was in the vehicle in west Harris County Thursday, authorities said. Constable deputies said the chase began around 3:11 a.m. when authorities saw a vehicle that they believe was involved in a hit and run. When constable deputies attempted to make a traffic stop, the vehicle failed to yield, they said. According to authorities, the driver came to a stop at 20800 Sandy Bay Lane and was taken into custody. Constable deputies said an unrestrained child was in the vehicle during the incident.
Woman strikes 2 police cruisers, 18-wheeler during wild police chase: HPD
HOUSTON – A woman was arrested after she led police on a chase and hit two Houston police officer patrol cars and an 18-wheeler in southwest Houston. When officers went to the home, they spotted the woman driving away and tried to stop her, according to police. They said she initially pulled over, but then took off and led officers on a 20-minute chase. It ended on South Post Oak and West Bellfort when she hit two HPD patrol cars and an 18-wheeler. The woman could face a number of charges, including aggravated assault of a police officer and evading arrest.
6 robbery suspects arrested after pursuit comes to an end in NE Houston, authorities say
HOUSTON – Six people have been arrested after a wild pursuit came to an end in northeast Houston Monday morning, Harris County sheriff’s deputies and Houston police said. Authorities said the pursuit started at around 2 a.m. in the 21900 block of Katy Freeway and ended in the 5300 block of Coke. According to authorities, suspects involved were in two different vehicles and had robbed a nearby pharmacy, taking two trash cans full of drugs. Investigators said authorities tried to stop the vehicles after the pharmacy was robbed but suspects then led deputies and police on two separate chases. Investigators said when the vehicles pulled over, all of the suspects jumped out and tried to get away on foot.
2 juveniles who led officers on high-speed chase believed to be tied to robberies: HPD
HOUSTON Two juveniles who led Houston police on a high-speed chase have been arrested. According to officers, speeds hit nearly 120 miles per hour during the chase. Police said the suspects eventually started to slow down and the two juveniles ran out of gas on the Gulf Freeway and Monroe. All of the lanes of the freeway were shut down temporarily, but officers quickly moved the scene over to a nearby gas station. Police said both juveniles will be charged with felony evading arrest, but more charges could be added.
4 people, including juvenile, injured after police chase ends in rollover crash: Officers
BAYTOWN, Texas – A wild police chase ended violently in Baytown Sunday morning. Police said the crash happened at FM 565 and FM 1405 at around 12:30 a.m. It started in Pasadena, where police said an officer tried to pull a truck over for a traffic stop. According to officers, the chase lasted for nearly 15 miles and finally ended when the truck rolled off the road. Officers said three people were rushed to the hospital by ambulance, and a fourth person was flown to Memorial Hermann.
Woman arrested after leading police on high-speed chase in Houston area
HOUSTON – A high-speed chase Friday night ended with the arrest of one person. According to Galveston Police, officers were attempting to make a traffic stop around 6:10 p.m. when the driver, identified as Julie Frances Blow, 58, refused to pull over. Galveston PD said Blow refused to get out of the vehicle, initiating a standoff with officers. Fiedler said she saw Blow driving at a high rate of speed, just minutes before the truck came to a stop. They were just going and going, and smoke is just piling up," she said.
WATCH: High-speed chase ends in crash, explosion in southeast Houston, police say
HOUSTON – A high-speed chase ended in a fiery explosion after the fleeing driver struck a power pole in southeast Houston, according to the Houston Police Department. Police say the suspect was wanted on a felony family violence charge and caught wind that he was under surveillance by police. Officials say the suspect was a passenger in a blue Toyota Tundra when he kicked the driver out of the car near 3801 Old Spanish Trail and Scott Street. He drove away, initiative a police chase, officials say. First, police say they initiated a pursuit intervention technique (PIT) maneuver but the chase continued for a short time until it ended near West Alabama Street and Live Oak Street.
Pregnant Woman injured after high-speed chase ends in multi-vehicle crash
HOUSTON – A high-speed chase in north Houston ended when a fleeing driver crashed into three other cars, sending a pregnant woman and another driver to the hospital. It ended when the fleeing driver ran a red light at Gulf Bank and Airline and plowed into three other cars, officials said. One of the drivers was a pregnant woman, officials said. Officials said the suspect ran from the wreckage but was soon caught. Late Monday, constable’s deputies still had not released the names of the suspect or two other drivers who were injured.
WATCH: 2 arrested after high-speed chase in north Houston
HOUSTON – Two people were arrested after a high-speed chase in north Houston, according to Harris County Constable Precinct 4. A man and a woman led deputies on a chase that reached speeds up to 120 miles per hour, officials said. The chase ended on the southbound lanes of the Hardy Toll Road feeder near Tidwell Road. Deputies said they started chasing the couple after they refused to pull over during a traffic stop. Check out the video showing the high-speed pursuit:
Woman leads police on 120 mph chase before crashing into truck in northeast Houston: HPD
HOUSTON – A high-speed police chase in northeast Houston ended Thursday morning when a female robbery suspect crashed into a truck. The woman is accused of robbing a Subway restaurant on Jan. 10, police said. She and another woman allegedly cleaned out the cash drawer and threatened to kill an employee with a rifle, police said. The woman led the officers on a chase down the East Freeway, then onto the 610 Loop at speeds above 120 mph, police said. Officers continued to pursue the suspect, at which point she exited the freeway, driving at high rate speed, so officers continued in pursuit,” said Lt. Lewis Parker, with the Houston Police Department.