A vehicle pursuit ended in an accident and a foot chase Sunday afternoon, authorities said. A gold Chevy Impala stopped for a traffic violation ran from authorities, Albert Paxton, Louisiana State Police spokesman, said. The car chase began on West Calcasieu-Cameron Parish Line Road and continued to La. 385, where the driver of the Impala lost control and collided with a blue Honda CR-V, Paxton said. (Michelle Higginbotham / American Press)
Last Modified: Monday, July 08, 2013 5:38 PM
The three men arrested after a police chase in south Calcasieu Parish Sunday afternoon were all from Beaumont, Texas, authorities said.
Curtis Ray Garrett, 21, Edward Tezeno, 19, and Shawn David Dages, 21, were arrested by Louisiana State Police after a car chase that ended with a collision with another vehicle and a foot chase.
All three were booked into Calcasieu Correction Center Sunday. Garrett’s bond was set at $6,600, Tezeno’s at $4,700 and Dages at $4,100.
Tezeno and Dages bonded out of jail Monday.
All three face charges of aggravated flight from an officer, illegal possession of stolen firearms and refusing to submit identification to an officer.
While Dages and Tezeno each face a total of four charges, Garrett, the driver of the vehicle, faces a total of 12 charges, including negligent injuring, reckless operation and hit-and-run.
Louisiana State Police spokesman Albert Paxton said authorities stopped a gold Chevy Impala driven by Garrett on West Calcasieu-Cameron Parish Line Road a little after 1 p.m.
The vehicle fled and on La. 385, Garrett lost control of the vehicle and collided with a blue Honda CR-V driven by 82-year-old Marjorie Gray, Paxton said.
Gray sustained minor injuries, he said.
All three occupants fled the vehicle on foot. One was captured at 1:45 p.m. and the other around 2:15 p.m., Paxton said.
It was first reported that one of the men was immediately captured following the crash.
Posted By: MAS On: 7/11/2013
Title: why bonds so low?
All three were booked into Calcasieu Correction Center Sunday. Garrett’s bond was set at $6,600, Tezeno’s at $4,700 and Dages at $4,100. All three face charges of aggravated flight from an officer, illegal possession of stolen firearms and refusing to submit identification to an officer.
: the judge that set these bonds needs to retire or get voted off of the bench-those bonds are BS
Posted By: CONCERNED CITIZEN On: 7/9/2013
Title: Wow, who set that bond?
They ran from the cops, and hit someone headon and their bond was only $4,000. No one wonder people run and don't care, nothing happens to them it seems. People have committed theft and got much more bond than that, this guy could have killed someone, and they tossed out a gun for a kid to find.....SMH
PS: PLEASE LIST WHAT JUDGE SET THEIR BOND