A high speed chase through Brazos County ends in a three car wreck in College Station Tuesday afternoon. No one was seriously injured in any of the cars.
The chase began when a Brazos County Deputy clocked a car with three men inside going about 90 miles an hour.
Deputies and a state trooper tried to pull over the trio for about 15 miles.
The suspects ended up colliding with two vehicles at the intersection of 2818 and Texas Avenue.
All three people in the speeding car were arrested. According to a Brazos County Constable the trio arrested are:
Larry Johnson,23, the driver who was charged with two counts of evading arrest, driving with a suspended license, possession of marijuana, and no insurance.
Damion Jackson, 21, was taken to he Med before being booked in the Brazos County Jail. He was bleeding from the head but it was only a minor injury.
Justin Williams, 17, was the passenger in the back. Williams was also treated for a minor injury at the MED before being booked in the Brazos County Jail.
A female driver in one of the other vehicles involved received a bump on the head but is expected to be alright.
Officials say the boys were driving a car borrowed from Larry Johnson's sister.
The same constable says the case remains under investigation.
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