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Suspect avoids HPD for 30 minutes

8:37 AM Mon, Jun 02, 2008 |
Adrienne
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A man lead Houston police on a 30 minute chase early Monday morning after a suspected drug deal.

Officers were parked near a corner known for drug deals when they saw the suspect pull up to MLK and Elm Lawn.
They tried to pull the man in the white truck over, but he took off to the South Loop and then Highway 225.
The chase ended at Watters and Spencer when the truck was boxed in. He was arrested without incident.



1 Comments

jsknow said:

Prohibition has never worked. We’re building 900 new prison beds and hiring 150 more correction officers every two weeks. We arrest someone on a drug charge every 17 seconds. We jail more people than any nation. We spend $69 billion a year on the drug war. In 1914 when all drugs were legal 1.3% of our population was addicted to drugs, today 1.3% of our population is STILL addicted to drugs. Over 100,000 people have been killed because of the drug war. The only way to control drugs is to regulate them and end the profits available to criminals just like ending alcohol prohibition did. There‚Äôs only been one drug success story in history, tobacco, hands down the most deadly and one of the most addictive drugs. Almost half the users quit because of REGULATION, ACCURATE INFORMATION AND MEDICAL TREATMENT. No one went to jail and no one got killed. JOIN EMAIL LIST – WATCH VIDEOS:
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