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Street Takeover Arrests
Fort Worth, TX
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FORT WORTH, Texas- On Saturday, July 8, 2023 at approximately 10:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to a hotrodders call near the corner of N. Beach St. and N. Tarrant Parkway.

When officers arrived, they observed a silver and black Dodge Challenger doing donuts in the intersection with a crowd starting to gather around them filming. 
Once officers activated their emergency lights and sirens, the Dodge Challenger left the intersection and began to evade officers at a high rate of speed. A DPS helicopter kept a visual on the Challenger that was evading officers. During the pursuit, a Lieutenant from the Richland Hills police department heard the police radio traffic, and was able to successfully spike the Challenger that was evading officers.
The disabled Challenger pulled into a QT gas station, and all occupants immediately exited the vehicle and started running. They ran toward a Dodge Charger and jumped into that vehicle which took off immediately with all of the occupants from the Dodge Challenger. 
Officers were able to observe this and began pursuing the Dodge Charger that did not stop and attempted to evade officers.
The Dodge Charger was followed by the DPS helicopter to a location near 121 and S. Riverside Drive. The helicopter advised that the Charger came to a stop underneath a bridge, and all of the occupants started to run on foot. 
Pursuing officers and officers in the area were able to locate all five individuals that were in the Charger. After further investigation, officers determined that the Dodge Charger was reported stolen out of Addison PD.
The Dodge Challenger involved in the initial pursuit was also reported stolen out of Farmers Branch PD.
Officers were able to positively identify all five individuals that attempted to evade them. They transported three of the individuals to the city jail and two of the individuals who were identified as juveniles were transported to a juvenile detention facility.
Information gathered by officers determined that both stolen vehicles in this incident had fictitious license plates on them. They also determined that this was the same organized street takeover group that committed mayhem in Austin a few months ago. 
The three adults arrested and their charges are listed below.
Bruce Camacho - 17 YOA
Evading arrest/detention: Class A
Gustavo Camacho - 19 YOA
Evading arrest/detention with a vehicle: Felony 3
Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle: State Jail Felony
Saul Olade - 20 YOA
Evading arrest/detention: Class A
Report #230051920
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