At about 3:30 am Splendora Police observed a Volkswagen on I-69 at East River with a paper plate that could not be read. The unit attempted to stop the vehicle. The vehicle sped up to speeds of close to 100 mph and went into the Cleveland city limits. Once in Cleveland, the pursuit went east as far as FM 1010 and then back to I-69. On I-69 the driver went south, exiting on East River and turned westbound on Holley. Speeds continued as the driver turned onto Magnolia Drive were he lost control and flipped into the ditch. He was not injured but was taken to Kingwood Hospital for evaluation. Inside the vehicle, officers found several pill bottles of narcotics with other persons names. They also found 23 credit cards all of which were in other persons names, fake identification papers and passports, and documents belonging to others. In addition, they found several hard drives and a stack of credit cards in other individuals’ names. Also found were blanks for making credit cards. The driver was identified as David Lee George Jr. He is being charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of fraudulent government documents, and evading arrest. At the time of his arrest, the vehicle had not been reported stolen and he had no known open warrants. Additional charges are pending as the investigation continues. Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Cleveland Police assisted in the pursuit. The last known address for George was 305 Cemetery Road in Eagle Lake, Texas. However, on previous arrests he had used 8017 Hills Parkway in Montgomery. George has a record in Montgomery County. In May of this year, he was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after he was stopped by Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at Old Houston and FM 1485.