Kerrville county High-Speed chase ends in arrest took place as A man was apprehended after leading police on a high-speed chase that was motivated by his attempts to smuggle people and illegal substances.
The event reportedly occurred on Wednesday in Mountain Home in Kerr County, which is located to the northwest of San Antonio.
Investigations into drug and human trafficking were carried out in Kerrville by the Special Operations Division Interdiction Unit of the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office. After failing to stop a suspicious car, deputies gave chase to the suspect’s car and arrested him on suspicion of smuggling migrants.
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The police followed the car as it accelerated to almost 110 mph as it entered Interstate 10. The pursuit continued for another 15 miles before the sedan ran off the road in the Kerrville area, according to the police. The motorist attempted to flee on foot but was apprehended and taken into custody by a KCSO officer. David Jarrett Klaiber, 33, of Beeville, Texas, was identified as the driver.
There were two unauthorized migrants inside the car, and they were both arrested for transport and released to U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Klaiber reportedly had drug paraphernalia and a total of 13.8 grams of methamphetamine and 14.1 grams of marijuana on him. Bonds for Klaiber’s several charges of illegal drug production and distribution, vehicular eluding, and human smuggling can reach $130,000.
Additional proceedings for Burglary, Theft of a Firearm, and Possession of a Controlled Substance were discovered to be pending against Klaiber in both Live Oak and Bee Counties.
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