Trooper David Flowers gets Genaro Juarez-Munoz off the road. Multiple calls were placed to the Sheriff's Office to report Juarez-Munoz.
Multiple Reports of Reckless Driving, DPS Responds, LIVINGSTON, August 6, 2011 - Shortly before 6 pm on August 6, 2011, multiple reports of a reckless driver were reported to the Polk County Sheriff's Office. The vehicle was reportedly north-bound on US-59 just south of Livingston. According to callers, the driver was running other vehicles off the road and nearly struck another vehicle at least twice. Trooper David Flowers with the Texas Highway Patrol was dispatched and caught up with the driver about a mile north of Livingston. Flowers initiated a traffic stop. The driver claims to be Genaro Juarez-Munoz, 55, of Guatemala, however, no records were found on Juarez-Munoz. Juarez-Munoz was not intoxicated (but apparently a very bad driver). Flowers placed Juarez-Munoz under arrest for driving with no driver's license. Transport Officer Tammy Babbs with the Polk County Sheriff's Office arrived to transport Juarez-Munoz to jail. Juarez-Munoz's 2004 Nissan XTerra was recovered by Harwood Wrecker Service and will be stored at 101 Harwood Drive in Livingston.
Transport Officer Tammy Babbs escorts Juarez-Munoz to a patrol unit to be taken to jail.
Big Jim Harwood recovered Juarez-Munoz's vehicle.
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