Man Leads Deputies On High Speed Chase Crashing Into Elementary School Fence

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - A California man was arrested after taking his girlfriend's car without permission and fleeing sheriff's deputies.

Authorities were alerted about a vehicle that had reportedly been stolen Tuesday. A GPS tracking system led deputies to the location of the car, which was being driven by Ivan Adrian Garcia Chavez, 33, of South Gate, California.

Chavez was driving east on Interstate 10 near the Love's Truck Stop when deputies attempted to pull him over.

Chavez kept driving and led deputies on a high-speed chase, the Dona Ana Sheriff's Office said.

The pursuit continued near the Mesquite exit south of Las Cruces, where Chavez reportedly drove off the shoulder on the interstate. He broke through a fence and continued the pursuit eastbound along Stern Drive, according to the sheriff's office.

The pursuit ended when Chavez attempted to turn onto Missionary Ridge but lost control of the vehicle and crashed.

During the investigation, detectives discovered that Chavez is also suspected of stabbing his girlfriend's mother. No other information was released related to that case.

Chavez was arrested and charged with aggravated fleeing and possession of stolen property. He was booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center, where he is being held on a $25,000 secured bond.

Source :

Terima Kasih for visit my website
California man leads deputies on high-speed chase after stealing girlfriend's car
Suspect in Davidson County breaking and entering leads police on high-speed chase
Arkansas woman leads police on high speed chase after stealing a squad car
High-speed chase through 2 counties leads to wreck
High Speed Chase Through Texoma Neighborhood Ends in Crash
High Speed Chase Ends in Shooting
Man leads deputies in Camden County on chase, crashes into patrol vehicle
K9 Bane leads deputies to violent assault suspect after child calls 911 saying his mom is bleeding
Suspects involved in high-speed chase, crash Friday identified