man indicted in porter fatal car crash

Just after 4 a.m. on January 20,  Porter Fire Department was dispatched to a major accident at Ferris Green and Loop 494 in Porter. As the truck bays opened they accident was in front of the station. The female passenger of the vehicle 43 year-old Alicia Sanchez of New Caney was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace James Metts. The driver of the vehicle. Daysy Silvestre, 20, was taken to St. Lukes Woodlands in critical condition.

Sanchez’ daughter was southbound on Loop 494 when they stopped at the red light at Ferris Green. It was then they were struck by a  one ton welding truck traveling north on Loop 494 on the wrong side of the road. That truck was driven by driven by Clayton Walker Sivertson, age 36 of Shepherd. DPS said the truck actually ran over the Toyota pushing it into the ditch on the east side of the road. The truck, losing parts down the road and a

The driver then fled the scene on foot. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies, Precinct 4 deputies, Paton  Village, New Caney ISD’s chief, DPS and multiple wreckers were soon joined by a DPS helicopter out of Houston. In addition Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Everton with one of Montgomery County’s newest K-9’s  arrived on the scene. Within minutes of arriving the dog picked up the three hour old trail and led officers across a field, through the woods to US 59. Then back in the woods at Montgomery Pines Apartment’s and finally catching up with the suspect at US 59 and Cutler Road.

When he was captured he told officers he had been in a fight, and then purchased beer at a local store and began drinking.

As law enforcement officers searched the area DPS Troopers were able to contact Sievertson’s mother who lived out of state. She advised the trooper Sievertson had contacted her and told her he had been in an accident. He also stated that he was injured in the woods.

During this time the DPS helicopter remained overhead and was able to see when the suspect had gone in the woods, cross a creek and exit the woods.

He was brought back to the scene and taken to Kingwood Hospital for a mandatory blood draw.

On a strange twist to the story. A driver came up on the scene just after it happened and attempted CPR on the woman to no avail. He was both distraught and covered in blood when he spotted the welding truck. It turns out that the welding truck was driven by a friend of his who he had been drinking with all night. Sivertson had just dropped him at his vehicle minutes before the crash.

DPS Troopers were able to obtain a blanket to wrap him in for warmth. However the Sivertson fled in nothing but a t-shirt and was captured in the same.

Clayton Walker Sievertson was indicted last Thursday for intoxicated manslaughter, evading arrest, manslaughter, intoxicated assault, failure to stop and two counts of failure to stop and render aid.

Just after 4 a.m. on January 20,  Porter Fire Department was dispatched to a major accident at Ferris Green and Loop 494 in Porter. As the truck bays opened they accident was in front of the station. The female passenger of the vehicle 43 year-old Alicia Sanchez of New Caney was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace James Metts. The driver of the vehicle. Daysy Silvestre, 20, was taken to St. Lukes Woodlands in critical condition.

Sanchez’ daughter was southbound on Loop 494 when they stopped at the red light at Ferris Green. It was then they were struck by a  one ton welding truck traveling north on Loop 494 on the wrong side of the road. That truck was driven by driven by Clayton Walker Sivertson, age 36 of Shepherd. DPS said the truck actually ran over the Toyota pushing it into the ditch on the east side of the road. The truck, losing parts down the road and a

The driver then fled the scene on foot. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies, Precinct 4 deputies, Paton  Village, New Caney ISD’s chief, DPS and multiple wreckers were soon joined by a DPS helicopter out of Houston. In addition Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Everton with one of Montgomery County’s newest K-9’s  arrived on the scene. Within minutes of arriving the dog picked up the three hour old trail and led officers across a field, through the woods to US 59. Then back in the woods at Montgomery Pines Apartment’s and finally catching up with the suspect at US 59 and Cutler Road.

When he was captured he told officers he had been in a fight, and then purchased beer at a local store and began drinking.

As law enforcement officers searched the area DPS Troopers were able to contact Sievertson’s mother who lived out of state. She advised the trooper Sievertson had contacted her and told her he had been in an accident. He also stated that he was injured in the woods.

During this time the DPS helicopter remained overhead and was able to see when the suspect had gone in the woods, cross a creek and exit the woods.

He was brought back to the scene and taken to Kingwood Hospital for a mandatory blood draw.

On a strange twist to the story. A driver came up on the scene just after it happened and attempted CPR on the woman to no avail. He was both distraught and covered in blood when he spotted the welding truck. It turns out that the welding truck was driven by a friend of his who he had been drinking with all night. Sivertson had just dropped him at his vehicle minutes before the crash.

DPS Troopers were able to obtain a blanket to wrap him in for warmth. However the Sivertson fled in nothing but a t-shirt and was captured in the same.

Clayton Walker Sievertson was indicted last Thursday for intoxicated manslaughter, evading arrest, manslaughter, intoxicated assault, failure to stop and two counts of failure to stop and render aid.

Just after 4 a.m. on January 20,  Porter Fire Department was dispatched to a major accident at Ferris Green and Loop 494 in Porter. As the truck bays opened they accident was in front of the station. The female passenger of the vehicle 43 year-old Alicia Sanchez of New Caney was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace James Metts. The driver of the vehicle. Daysy Silvestre, 20, was taken to St. Lukes Woodlands in critical condition.

Sanchez’ daughter was southbound on Loop 494 when they stopped at the red light at Ferris Green. It was then they were struck by a  one ton welding truck traveling north on Loop 494 on the wrong side of the road. That truck was driven by driven by Clayton Walker Sivertson, age 36 of Shepherd. DPS said the truck actually ran over the Toyota pushing it into the ditch on the east side of the road. The truck, losing parts down the road and a

The driver then fled the scene on foot. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies, Precinct 4 deputies, Paton  Village, New Caney ISD’s chief, DPS and multiple wreckers were soon joined by a DPS helicopter out of Houston. In addition Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Everton with one of Montgomery County’s newest K-9’s  arrived on the scene. Within minutes of arriving the dog picked up the three hour old trail and led officers across a field, through the woods to US 59. Then back in the woods at Montgomery Pines Apartment’s and finally catching up with the suspect at US 59 and Cutler Road.

When he was captured he told officers he had been in a fight, and then purchased beer at a local store and began drinking.

As law enforcement officers searched the area DPS Troopers were able to contact Sievertson’s mother who lived out of state. She advised the trooper Sievertson had contacted her and told her he had been in an accident. He also stated that he was injured in the woods.

During this time the DPS helicopter remained overhead and was able to see when the suspect had gone in the woods, cross a creek and exit the woods.

He was brought back to the scene and taken to Kingwood Hospital for a mandatory blood draw.

On a strange twist to the story. A driver came up on the scene just after it happened and attempted CPR on the woman to no avail. He was both distraught and covered in blood when he spotted the welding truck. It turns out that the welding truck was driven by a friend of his who he had been drinking with all night. Sivertson had just dropped him at his vehicle minutes before the crash.

DPS Troopers were able to obtain a blanket to wrap him in for warmth. However the Sivertson fled in nothing but a t-shirt and was captured in the same.

Clayton Walker Sievertson was indicted last Thursday for intoxicated manslaughter, evading arrest, manslaughter, intoxicated assault, failure to stop and two counts of failure to stop and render aid.

Just after 4 a.m. on January 20,  Porter Fire Department was dispatched to a major accident at Ferris Green and Loop 494 in Porter. As the truck bays opened they accident was in front of the station. The female passenger of the vehicle 43 year-old Alicia Sanchez of New Caney was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace James Metts. The driver of the vehicle. Daysy Silvestre, 20, was taken to St. Lukes Woodlands in critical condition.

Sanchez’ daughter was southbound on Loop 494 when they stopped at the red light at Ferris Green. It was then they were struck by a  one ton welding truck traveling north on Loop 494 on the wrong side of the road. That truck was driven by driven by Clayton Walker Sivertson, age 36 of Shepherd. DPS said the truck actually ran over the Toyota pushing it into the ditch on the east side of the road. The truck, losing parts down the road and a

The driver then fled the scene on foot. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies, Precinct 4 deputies, Paton  Village, New Caney ISD’s chief, DPS and multiple wreckers were soon joined by a DPS helicopter out of Houston. In addition Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Everton with one of Montgomery County’s newest K-9’s  arrived on the scene. Within minutes of arriving the dog picked up the three hour old trail and led officers across a field, through the woods to US 59. Then back in the woods at Montgomery Pines Apartment’s and finally catching up with the suspect at US 59 and Cutler Road.

When he was captured he told officers he had been in a fight, and then purchased beer at a local store and began drinking.

As law enforcement officers searched the area DPS Troopers were able to contact Sievertson’s mother who lived out of state. She advised the trooper Sievertson had contacted her and told her he had been in an accident. He also stated that he was injured in the woods.

During this time the DPS helicopter remained overhead and was able to see when the suspect had gone in the woods, cross a creek and exit the woods.

He was brought back to the scene and taken to Kingwood Hospital for a mandatory blood draw.

On a strange twist to the story. A driver came up on the scene just after it happened and attempted CPR on the woman to no avail. He was both distraught and covered in blood when he spotted the welding truck. It turns out that the welding truck was driven by a friend of his who he had been drinking with all night. Sivertson had just dropped him at his vehicle minutes before the crash.

DPS Troopers were able to obtain a blanket to wrap him in for warmth. However the Sivertson fled in nothing but a t-shirt and was captured in the same.

Clayton Walker Sievertson was indicted last Thursday for intoxicated manslaughter, evading arrest, manslaughter, intoxicated assault, failure to stop and two counts of failure to stop and render aid.

 

 

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