Just before 1 am, Houston Police attempted to stop a KIA for traffic and possible DWI on West Loop 610 Northbound at Westheimer. The female driver refused to stop and sped up. As the chase continued to I-45 and started north, Montgomery County was notified as the vehicle was registered on Camp Craft Drive in Willis. Montgomery County units and DPS started to take up positions along I-45. A DPS helicopter was launched from DPS Headquarters at US 290 and West Road. DPS Trooper Hiebert who was on SH 1-05 at the time of the first call started to move south. Just south he made the U-turn onto I-45 North and waited for the vehicle to approach. As it did Troopers got in front of HPD. As patrol units backed off, Hiebert moved very close to the vehicle. As the vehicle approached FM 1488 and with traffic clear, Hiebert made a pit maneuver. Using a specialty bumper on the front of his patrol unit he tapped the rear of the Kia. In doing so, it caused the KIA to go into a spin, stopping in the ditch between the freeway and feeder. They female was taken into custody as she fought officers. Once in the patrol car she began to kick the rear of the patrol car. She was transported back to Harris County to face charges of evading. The only damage to the patrol unit was a scuff mark on the pit bar. On the Kia was a small scratch on the right rear bumper. Skid marks on the roadway showed how her vehicle entered the spin. Hiebert is one of the only Troopers in Montgomery County certified to execute a pit maneuver.