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For Immediate Release                                 April 19, 2017

 

Type of Offense:           Felony Evading in a Motor Vehicle

 

Penalty Class:               State Jail Felony

 

Case #:                         HC17-60424

 

Date and Time:             04/16/2017 – 12:18 hours

 

Location:                      20800 Fernbush


Details:

On April 16, 2017, Constable Mark Herman’s Office was involved in the pursuit of a vehicle and suspect after deputies attempted to stop the vehicle for a traffic violation.  Deputies observed a Hispanic male driving a white Jeep Cherokee run a stop sign located at the intersection of Brushy Glen Drive and Grovedale Drive.  Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle using emergency lights and siren, however the suspect sped up in an attempt to escape.  The suspect vehicle pulled onto the 20800 block of Fernbush and the occupants fled the area on foot before a perimeter could be established to contain them.

 

Investigating deputies learned the Jeep Cherokee had been involved in minor accident and the driver fled the scene without providing the required information. The owner of the Jeep Cherokee was contacted and advised that the male driver was a relative.  The suspect was then identified as Adam Soto and a warrant was filed for his arrest.

 

“Adam Soto has been charged with Felony Evading in a Motor Vehicle and a warrant for his arrest has been issued out of the 228th District Court with No Bond.” – Precinct 4 Constable, Mark Herman

      

 Name:             Adam Nicolas Soto

Date of Birth: 12/06/1996

Charge:           Evading in MV

Bond:              No Bond

Court:              District Court

Status:             Wanted



 

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