Early Thursday evening DPS Troopers came out to scale the crash scene from Tuesday’s fatal motorcycle crash on FM 3083 at Gulf Coast Road. While they worked the southbound lanes of FM 3083 were closed. Precinct 2 Deputy Constables were directing traffic around the scene. They were just finishing about 9:30 pm.when a Hispanic male in a Honda Accord sped through the scene. A Precinct 2 Deputy ran to his patrol unit to stop the vehicle as he disregarded verbal commands at the location. The driver sped up heading toward Conroe at a high rate of speed. As the Deputy came up on Waukegan/Texaco Road he lost sight of the vehicle, however, as he rounded the curve he spotted headlights in the woods. That was when he saw the driver flee into the woods. Additional units along with DPS searched but were unable to locate the driver. The vehicle which had put down over 200-feet of skid marks before crossing the southbound lanes and slamming into a tree, missing any other vehicles. The accord was totaled. About 45-minutes after the scene cleared a Precinct 2 Deputy spotted a Hispanic male fitting the description of the driver and also appeared were and muddy, walking along FM 3083. When he stopped the male he admitted to being the driver and stated he fled the scene because he was scared. He will now have to answer to Judge Spikes.