Two Texas men with a BABY in car lead police on high-speed chase through residential area
Following their arrest, Andy and Marvin Guevara were charged with six charges and are currently lodged in the Dallas County Jail
DALLAS, TEXAS: After a chaotic car chase in North Texas, two men who had fled with a baby were apprehended. On November 3, Andy and Marvin Guevara teamed up and tried to give the police the slip with a baby in a car seat seat when detectives identified Guevara's blue Dodge Charger as stolen.
According to Fox News, the Dodge was being pursued by the police for miles when Guevara abruptly stopped the vehicle with the infant in the backseat and leaped into Marvin's white Jeep which was close behind. After driving through fences and lawns in West Dallas homes, the two parked their car at the Lake West Head Start Center and hurried inside with the infant. Police nabbed them inside. Following their arrest, they were slapped with six charges and are currently lodged in the Dallas County Jail. According to The Dallas Morning News, the baby was safely found by authorities and given to their grandfather. Although, which of the two men was the baby's father is still unknown.
The Fox News video captured Guevara dodging officers during the chase and leaving Hampton Road while Marvin trailed behind closely for miles. Later, as cops closed in from the back, Guevara was seen jumoing out of the Dodger and into Marvin's vehicle. Before stopping at a structure housing a Pre-K facility, a YMCA and a clinic, the two drove several miles and threw unidentified things out of the car. Later, a woman, Summer Hamilton, showed up, claiming to be the infant's mother. According to the Fox News report, Hamilton was also detained due to an outstanding theft warrant. After the After the conclusion of the turmoil, the baby was safely retrieved by the cops.
The day after they had been rehearsing a lockdown drill, according to a childcare center employee who spoke to Fox News, the Pre-K facility went into lockdown. “When we heard lockdown on the intercom, we weren't sure if it was just another drill,” Elizabeth Newman, the childcare center employee, said. “But then we heard cop cars going on outside and we knew it was real life. So I barricaded the door, we all went into the bathroom.” According to Fox News, a gun was also found at the site and the men's visit to the daycare center was not entirely apparent as the police continue to probe the case.