Officer Tito Reyes (left) with Livingston PD and Sergeant Jeremy Jumper with the San Jacinto County Sheriff's Office.
San Jac County Pursuit Enters Polk County, Halted by LPD, LIVINGSTON, February 25, 2017 - Shortly before 4 am on February 25, 2017, a pursuit that started in San Jacinto County entered Polk County through Goodrich. The suspect vehicle was driving over 105 miles per hour. Sergeant Jeremy Jumper with the San Jacinto County Sheriff's Office tried to stop the suspect vehicle for a traffic violation and the driver decided to flee. The pursuit continued down US-59 into the Livingston City Limits. A very alert and quick thinking Officer Tito Reyes with the Livingston Police Department set up spikes at the north end of the City Limits and successfully spiked the suspect vehicle (black 2014 Chevy Captiva). At around the vicinity of 59 and Marston Road the vehicle couldn't go on as the front passenger's side tire was now shredded. The vehicle went into the grassy center median where it came to a stop. 25 year old Brian Richard Foster was apprehended by Sergeant Jumper. He was assisted by Deputy Jason Burleson and Corporal Adam Norris with the Polk County Sheriff's Office. Foster was loaded into Jumper's patrol unit. Foster stated that he didn't want to stop because there was a warrant out for his arrest from his parole. Foster had been paroled from Texas Department of Corrections after serving time for an armed robbery conviction. His vehicle was recovered by a rollback wrecker from East Texas Towing.
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25 year old Brian Richard Foster drove this 2014 Chevy Captiva into the median near Marston Road after his tires were spiked.
The front passenger's side tire was shredded after being spiked.
Foster's vehicle was recovered by East Texas Towing.
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