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Man arrested after fatal accident involving HCSO deputy

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The suspect was on bail for 2 aggravated assaults with a deadly weapon, according to Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.

HOUSTON – The man accused of robbing a convenience store and then leading a Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy in a pursuit that led to a fatal accident has been arrested, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez confirmed .

the Houston Police Department said the suspect, 27-year-old Davonte Dwayne Williams, has been arrested and faces federal charges. Sheriff Gonzalez tweeted an aggravated theft charge is filed and additional charges are pending.

Sheriff Gonzalez said Williams was on bail for two previous cases of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon when he allegedly robbed a gas station and led a deputy in a chase that led to a multi-vehicle crash on Laura Koppe and Lockwood.

Editor’s note: The video above is from Thursday’s studies.

A woman died in the accident and several others were injured, including two children.

Williams remains in federal custody.

“Our condolences go out to the family of the woman who lost her life in the accident. And we pray for the recovery of our deputy, the two young children and all those affected by the accident,” tweeted the Sheriff Gonzalez.

The crash is being investigated by the Houston Police Department.

Crash radio site visitors

Radio conversations captured by give some idea of ​​what happened.

A deputy could be heard explaining that he noticed the potential suspect near the Eastex Freeway and Tidwell at a CVS pharmacy.

“Tidwell and 59. It’s black, gray Lincoln Town Car at CVS, has a red mask and all black. Reverse,” the deputy said at around 10:49 p.m. “Looks like it’s going to be our vehicle.”

Another deputy tells the responder not to turn on his lights and siren when he approaches the suspect.

“Don’t turn them on, so he doesn’t run away from you,” the opposing deputy said on the radio.

“I think he just hit that CVS,” said the deputy pursuing the suspect. “I already turned it on.”

The prosecution assistant explains that during the chase, the suspect rushes in, but there are no visitors to the site at the moment.

“It’s going fast…no traffic,” the deputy said.

The deputy is heard calling out the path and site of the chase because it happened.

“Heading east…coming to Lockwood. Speeds at 90 miles per hour,” the deputy said.

This was the final response received from the deputy prosecutor before the accident.

“Where are you at 110? another deputy asked the pursuing deputy on the scanner.

Another deputy then radioed, “He is unconscious at Lockwood.

It was then that the EMS were dispatched to the scene of the accident.

“We have a major scene here,” said another male deputy.

“We need EMS here,” said one MP.

At the same time of the accident, radio conversations of the Houston Police dispatch can be heard as their officers respond to the scene.

Family reunited with homeless man who saved HCSO deputy

Johnny Walker is homeless and was there when the chase led to a fatal accident on Laura Koppe and Lockwood.

Walker rushed to help those affected, as well as the MP.

“And I asked him, I said, ‘If you can hear me sir, shake your head, open your eyes and let me know if you can’t speak’, and he opened your eyes, ‘ Walker said.

Walker’s sister, Monica Collins, saw television coverage of the accident and recognized her brother as one of the Good Samaritans. For weeks she and her family thought he might have been stabbed to death.

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She went to the scene and located Walker.

“When we met him, he was really upset that he couldn’t help the woman,” Collins said.

Collins said they plan to put Walker in a box for the next few days, so they hope to keep in touch.

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