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CONROE POLICE JUMP TWO CAR BURGLARS

Just after 1 a.m. Conroe Police were on routine patrol and  watching hotels and shopping centers for two suspects who already burglarized several vehicles up and down the I-45 corridor this past week. As  they rolled through Spring Hill Suites which is just north of Wal-mart on Interstate 45 and SH 242 police spotted the suspects. a foot chase turned into them jump into a Dodge Mangum and sped off to the freeway feeder. When they reached SH 242 at Interstate 45 the suspects ran the red light and entered the freeway.

Several Conroe officers were initially in the pursuit which soon were joined by other agencies including the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, DPS , Harris County Sheriff’s Office and the Houston Police Department.

The chase continued into Harris County at speeds up to 120 mph.

When they reached FM 1960 the suspects abruptly exited the freeway. With a Conroe patrol unit directly behind it. The Conroe unit hit gravel that had built up on the exit and spun out of control.  The Conroe unit after spinning at least five times then struck the curb and an embankment next to the freeway. Although the officer was uninjured the car did sustain some damage.

The suspect re-entered the freeway and continued to Beltway 8 where they traveled eastbound to US 59. At 59 they traveled south to Hopper Road the into a neighborhood.

Hadley Street was the next street they turned east on which came to a dead end.  Just before the end of the street they struck an SUV. The female in that vehicle was transported with minor injuries.Officers from Conroe, Harris County, DPS and HPD swarmed the vehicles taking a male and female into custody. The chase lasted a total of just over 31 miles.

The female had open warrants for robbery from Harris County. The male had no open warrants but had a prior history of evading and burglary of a motor vehicle.

 

 

 

 

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  1. lastcountry

    Gotta watch out for that loose gravel,,!! darn, that’ll cost the tax payers..that officer needs to take driver training and pay some of the expense..wonder if they tested him for DWI ??

  2. LazyCop

    Well, well, well, more of the same…these people are actually preying on the White folks up here. Not one , not two, but several of these incidents in the last few months…Black criminal types invading our neighborhoods from Acres Homes, Third Ward (World), and other slum areas of Houston. These are hate crimes as they always involve Blacks targeting Whites up here in Montgomery Co. Hats off to all the officers that risked their lives along with the MCPR staff for reporting another one of these incidents that prove we are under actual attack from these slum dwellers that think they can catch us off guard…NOT SO. Our deputies, constables and local news folks are ready for them just as us legally armed law abiding citizens are. Think of how many of our tax dollars went into just this one incident….. Just stay on guard and be ready to call 911 AND take legal action to protect yourselves. This is only going to get worse…make sure you have a gun and know how and when you can legally use it.

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