23 year old Hunter Branam (left) and his sister, 24 year old Christa Branam (right) are frequent flyers at the Polk County Jail.
Armed Brother and Sister Supsects Evade Police, Gets Caught, LIVINGSTON, January 3, 2018 - Shortly after 5 pm on January 3, 2018, Detective Marty Drake, with the Livingston Police Department, was attempting to locate Hunter Branam, 23, of Livingston, in reference to a recent crime spree in Walker County and recent crimes in Polk County. Branam was allegedly located at the Relax Inn in Livingston where Detective Drake was trying to locate him. Drake spotted a black 2006 Chevy Impala exiting the parking lot and pursued it. They were north-bound on the US-59 feeder road when he attempted to stop the car (driven by Christa Branam, 24, of Livingstonwith her passenger, brother, Hunter Branam,). Christa decided to evade. While speeding away from Detective Drake, Drake observed objects thrown from the car window. Drake was quickly backed up by Officers Adam Williford, Jason Thomas, and Tito Reyes. Branam's car was stopped on Mill Ridge Road (next to Lowes). Both Christa Branam and her brother, Hunter Branam were take into custody. The officers searched the area where objects were ditched while being pursued. They found two handguns. Both Christa Branam and her brother, Hunter Branam have been arrested multiple times in Livingston/Polk County and are frequent flyers at the Polk County Jail. Both are facing felony charges.
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Driver, Christa Branam answers questions from Livingston Policemen.
Camera Shy: Hunter Branam gave us the back of his head while sitting cuffed in the back of a police car.
Detective Marty Drake (left) and Officer Adam Williford search the Branam's 2006 Chevy Impala.
Drake and Officer Tito Reyes examine vehicle contents.
Branam's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing.
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