A high speed pursuit with speeds over 100 miles per hour eventually ends with a crash into a residential backyard, and the arrest of a Navasota woman on a slew of charges.
College Station Police says that happened around 8 pm on the Highway 6 southbound feeder, near Holleman Drive. The vehicle was noted as stolen out of Bryan, and officers gave puruit. The vehicle sped away, reaching speeds up to 102 miles per hour, as the driver went west on Graham Road.
The vehicle ran through a backyard fence in the Sun Meadows neighborhood, according top the arrest report, and stopped near Cypress Grove Intermediate School. The two occupants inside then ran from the vehicle, being apprehended shortly afterward. Inside the stolen vehicle, officers found crack cocaine, marijuana, heroin, and meth.
Arrested was the driver, 38 year old Sandy Lee Cantu of Navasota, on a litany of charges, which include Evading Arrest, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, and five possession charges. The passenger, 29 year old Rechelle Wilson of Bryan, was also slapped with Evading Arrest, and several possession charges.
No one was injured during the pursuit. Cantu, meanwhile, remains in the Brazos County jail on bonds which total $41,000. It is her 8th time in jail since the start of 2021.