Monday, July 18, 2016

Jesus Eddie Campa say"Suspect captured after robbery, chase in East Texas"




      After a high speed chase that lead officials through several counties, a suspect in a Sunday afternoon robbery in Marshall was taken into custody.
At about noon on Sunday, Marshall Police Department was notified of a robbery that had just occurred at the EZ Mart at 2507 West Pinecrest. A witness to the robbery was following the suspect's vehicle on Hwy. 43 and relaying the location to MPD dispatchers.
Harrison County Sheriff Tom McCool located the vehicle at Hwy 43 South near Cave Springs Road and several Harrison County Sheriff's Office deputies began pursuing the suspect's vehicle.
The pursuit continued south through Tatum and was joined by the Texas Highway Patrol, Rusk County deputies and Tatum Police Department. Road spikes were deployed causing the vehicle to wreck into a yard. After a brief foot pursuit the suspect was taken into custody.
The suspect was identified as Broderick Maximillian McHenry, 31, from Shreveport, Louisiana. He was booked into the Harrison County Jail for aggravated robbery, evading arrest/detention with a motor vehicle and additional charges relating to his activities in Rusk County.
“Despite the difficult times we in the law enforcement community are currently facing, our area law enforcement agencies work tirelessly and in concert to make our communities safe," Marshall Police Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa said. "I am proud of the work done today and that this violent suspect was taken into custody before he could injure anyone else.”

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