SUV Packed with People Causes Havoc Throughout Sutton County

 

SONORA, TX – A high speed chase caused havoc throughout Sutton County on Wednesday night.

According to the Sutton County Sheriff's Office, on Oct. 6 at approximately 9:00 pm, DPS Troopers, Edward's County Deputies, and Border Patrol, entered Sutton County in pursuit of a SUV traveling northbound on S Highway 277.

Deputies with the SCSO joined the pursuit and spikes were successfully deployed, but the vehicle continued northbound into Sonora where officers with the Sonora PD also joined the pursuit.

The pursuit ended when the SUV crashed through a fence on Glasscock and S Highway 277.

The eight occupants in the vehicle were all detained and/or given medical attention.

The SCSO did not specify whether these individuals where U.S. citizens or not.

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Good job men, thanks for keeping up the good work. May Almighty God bless y'all and always keep y'all safe. Sutton county has become more dangerous now. Thanks to the SCSO for having great men working that county. You men do awesome work by stopping migrants and drugs before they come into our streets. 👍👍👍👍👍

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