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On Expressway 10, a Regular Halt Becomes a 115 Miles Per Hour High-Speed Incident

On Expressway 10, a Regular Halt Becomes a 115 Miles Per Hour High-Speed Incident
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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Texas – An increased speed drive that began on Expressway 10 near Baytown finished on Highway 73 in Jefferson County. As per the Texas Department of Public Safety, speeds reached as high as 115 miles per hour.

The offender is a 37-year-old Hispanic woman from Damon, Texas, according to reports. She was detained for misdemeanor evasion and is facing more accusations.

A woman driving a car without a license plate

A cop observed a woman driving roughly 95 miles per hour in a Hyundai Sonata without any license plate.

What exactly occurred?

The officer attempted to pull over the car near the crossroads of I-10 and 146 in Baytown, however, the operator denied it.

And during the chase, the driver collided with the rear of an 18-wheeler and a Chambers County Sheriff’s deputy vehicle at the 820 Mile Marker, and she kept driving.

The pursuit came to an end west of Port Arthur.

The investigation is going on

There were no injuries recorded.

12NewsNow is investigating the allegations she was facing.

The Bottom Line

By reporting an unnamed complaint to Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas, anyone potentially can win reward money of up to $1000 if they have any information on the crime.

To leave an anonymous complaint, individuals can call 833-TIPS (8477) or use the P3Tips Version of the app on their phone.

This story is still unfolding. If and when further verifiable information comes to light, the investigating officers will give an update.

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