Garner Street and North Houston on Wednesday afternoon.
Pursuit That Started in San Jacinto County Ends in Livingston, LIVINGSTON, January 20, 2021 - Shortly before 4 pm on January 20, 2021, Trooper Brian Ham with the Texas Highway Patrol attempted to stop the driver of a navy blue Buick Lucerne that was north-bound on US-59 in San Jacinto County. The driver decided to evade and a pursuit was on. The pursuit continued over the Trinity River Bridge and entered into Polk County. Local Deputies, and Troopers were alerted. The pursuit continued north on 59, the suspect took the Business 59 Exit (south-end of city limits) and continued on Business 59, made a right on Garner Street where Lieutenant Andy Lowery with the Polk County Sheriff's Office pulled in front of the suspect vehicle, Trooper Ham and Corporal Ramey Bass with the Texas Highway Patrol pulled up beside and behind the suspect and blocked him in at Garner Street and North Houston (146). The driver, Philip D. McBride, 35, of Woodville was pulled from his vehicle and placed under arrest. During the pursuit, McBride reportedly threw a hefty amount of dope (possibly methamphetamine) from his vehicle. McBride was taken into custody and transported back to San Jacinto County where he'll probably be facing multiple charges, additionally, McBride has an active federal arrest warrant out for his arrest.
35 year old Philip D. McBride, of Woodville, was arrested and taken into custody. McBride was transported back to San Jacinto County where he'll be facing charges.
When McBride tried to get to 146, he was completely blocked in.
The billboard facial expression says it all.
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