SAN ANGELO, Texas - A high-speed chase from Taylor County to Tom Green County ended with a crash into a San Angelo home.
The Taylor County Sheriff's Office told KTXS they started chasing a red SUV around 1 a.m. Saturday near Hwy 277 and FM 707, just south of Dyess Air Force Base.
They continued the pursuit until Bronte in Coke County. The chase, which also involved the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office, ended around 2 a.m. when the SUV crashed into a home at Paint Rock Road and Sellers Street, near Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo.
The driver, 26-year-old Fernando Ramirez, was charged with evading arrest and manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. According to our partners at San Angelo LIVE!, Ramirez was also wanted on two outstanding warrants. His bond was set at $49,000.
The passenger, 32-year-old Crystal Munoz, was charged with evading arrest. She was also wanted on an outstanding warrant. Her bond was set at $5,000.
Charges are pending in Taylor County.
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