D’Treion Moore, 18 of Lubbock, remains in the Terry County Law Enforcement Center on 2 charges of Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer, Evading Arrest Detention with a Motor Vehicle, and Tampering/Fabricating with Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair.
On Tuesday, May 19, at around 10:55 p.m., a Brownfield Police officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop at 900 West Main in Brownfield in reference to a speeding motorist. The suspect, Moore, began to evade police. Two other officers were called in. Brownfield PD reported that Moore intentionally rammed police units while attempting to escape and avoid arrest.
The chase went through Brownfield, after beginning at 900 West Main and ended on the 1400 block of East Tate, where Moore was detained and taken into custody. The suspect traveled south on Seagraves Road before making a turn onto the Old Lamesa Road. He then went down Buckley and Cardwell before turning northbound on Cedar. He then turned eastbound on Broadway, south on Sage and westbound on Tate where he then struck three units of the Brownfield PD before being apprehended.
Moore’s bond was set at a total of $210,000.
Police Chief Tony Serbantez commended his officers for the work they did in apprehending the suspect and avoiding any accidents involving citizens.
The incident remains under the investigation of the Brownfield Police Department.