RACE ON US 59 TURNS INTO CRASH

About 1030pm Friday night witnesses said a 2004 Bonneville and a 2010 Chevrolet Camero were racing at speeds of up to 100mph on US 59 feeder southbound near FM1314. As they approached the entrance ramp Beverly Davenport, age 26 lost control, struck the curb, crossed the feeder going into the ditch and striking a guy wire supporting a power pole. After striking the pole power was interrupted in the area including Conroe Welding which was where the vehicle ended up.

David Hood age 32, driving the 2010 Camero along with a friend riding stopped for a few minutes then sped off parking down the street and walking back to the scene. His vehicle had no damage. His rear window displayed a sign “Leaving My Carbon Footprint”. Also found in the seat of the vehicle was his “LONESTAR CARD”.

Hooks was arrested and charged with a third degree felony of Racing With Injury.

Davenport was transported to Kingwood Hospital in serious condition. She had two passengers one of which was also transported to Kingwood in serious condition and the other with minor injuries.

Porter Fire Department along with several wrecker drivers worked to free Davenport from the wreckage.

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  1. Swatz

    that’s why a bonneville isn’t called a sportscar. *shakes is head* The lonestar card with a new car doesn’t surprise me, i’m more surprised a guy qualified for one.

  2. azcriminalkeeper

    i thought it was called a “guide” wire not guy wire
    is the name Hood or Hooks???
    his insurance will soon be increasing, wonder how he manages both the car and LS card WTF !..about like Texas

    1. Scott Engle

      His last name was Hood.

      A guy-wire or guy-rope, also known as simply a guy, is a tensioned cable designed to add stability to structures (frequently ship masts, radio masts, wind turbines, utility poles, and tents). One end of the cable is attached to the structure, and the other is anchored to the ground at a distance from the structure’s base. They are often configured radially (equally spaced about the structure) in trios, quads (pairs of pairs) or other sets. This allows the tension of each guy-wire to offset the others. For example, roof antennas are sometimes held up by three guy-wires.

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