On October 22, around 9:30 a.m., Montgomery County Precinct 2 Constable’s Office Patrol Deputy Davis saw a maroon pickup fail to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of Wilson Road and North Roberson Street. As the pickup passed him, Deputy Davis saw that there was no registration sticker on the windshield and then he noticed there was no front or rear license plate. As Deputy Davis initiated his traffic stop, the pickup quickly pulled into a residential driveway on North Roberson Street.
At the time of contact, the driver said he didn’t have his driver’s license with him, but provided his name and date of birth. A check of that information through the database found no matching that identity. As Deputy Davis investigated further, he found paperwork with a different name, but again no information was found through the state system.
As Deputy Davis approached the driver to further investigate, the driver fled on foot. After a short foot chase, Deputy Davis, who was assisted by Conroe Police Officer Cunningham, was able to detain the driver. Shortly after being detained, the driver appeared to be having a medical emergency, so the Montgomery County Hospital District EMS responded to provide care. A small plastic bag that tested positive for cocaine was found near the truck after the driver fled, and a white residue was visible around the driver’s nostrils. Due to his condition, the still unidentified driver was transported to the hospital for treatment.
After his release from the hospital, the driver was transported to the Montgomery County Jail, where he was positively identified as 30-year-old Victor Trejo. A check of his real identity showed had active warrants for his arrest for Sexual Assault (times 2), Burglary of a Habitation and bond forfeiture (times 2). Trejo was booked on local charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance, Evading Arrest/Detention on foot, along with the five active warrants from Harris County. The bond amounts for the Harris County felony charges totaled $888,888.