High Speed Chase Suspects Identified

 

SAN ANGELO, TX – The two suspects who led Tom Green County Sheriff's Deputies in a chase across the county have been identified. 

According to the booking report, on Oct. 21, Layle Reese, 24, and Robert Salinas, 25, were arrested for evading arrest at around 3:30 p.m.

As previously  reported, the two led deputies on a high speed chase. For more click here: Watch: Dangerous High Speed Chase Through West San Angelo

The chase started on U.S. 87 N. near Grape Creek and ended at the Windmill Apartment complex on the 1900 block of Raney st. It ended after the Salinas drove through a fence, into dumpster, and then struck a parked car. 

The two also ran off on foot after crashing the car but were later captured. 

The Texas Department of Public Safety, San Angelo Police Department, and Texas Game Wardens assisted in the search. 

Here is a video from the scene:

Reese was released two hours after being booked after posting bail. She was charged with evading arrest and her bond was set at $500.

 Salinas is still in the Tom Green County Jail. His bond has not been set at this time. He is charged with evading arrest, evading arrest with a motor vehicle, speeding by going 62 mph in a 40 mph zone, and a violation promise to appear for driving while intoxicated third or more.

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