A high speed chase that barreled through Grimes County on Saturday ended with a Magnolia man facing numerous charges.
Texas DPS Troopers were notified Saturday of a reckless vehicle on Highway 6, coming into Brazos County from Grimes County around noon. The arrest report says that the vehicle was located in south College Station, and was traveling at speeds around 107 miles per hour.
When officers attempted a stop, the driver began cutting off other vehicles, and reaching speeds of 117 miles per hour. He exited at Barron Road, and evading police, but was found later at a convenience store at Barron and Highway 6.
The driver, 27 year old German Ramirez Jr. of Magnolia, was taken into custody. Inside the pickup truck, troopers found multiple narcotics, which included one pound of marijuana, a large sandwich bag of Amphetamine pills, two vacuum sealed bags of Xanax, and sixty cartridges of THC.
Ramirez was taken to jail, and three separate counts of Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, Failure to Identify, and Evading Arrest. He remains in jail on bonds totaling $109,000.