Arrest documents made public Friday identified the woman involved in a high-speed chase in Killeen on Wednesday that damaged two cars and city property.
Angela Jeanine White was charged with evading arrest with a motor vehicle in connection with an attempt to flea police after the passenger in the car stole a woman’s purse.
Police have yet to arrest the male suspect in the robbery that took place just outside of Gold’s Gym on Wednesday afternoon.
After White crashed her black Dodge Charger while allegedly fleeing police, the male ran away and has not yet been captured, according to Killeen police.
Shortly after the robbery occurred, police received information that the suspect fled in a black Charger. A Killeen police officer located the vehicle in the area of the incident and attempted to stop.
White, 31, allegedly drove off at a high rate of speed. At one point she came to an abrupt stop, causing the pursuing officer to rear-end her vehicle, an arrest affidavit states.
Later on, White hit two other vehicles while trying to drive between them. Soon after, she lost control and crashed the Charger on Grandon Drive, hitting a mailbox and knocking over a street light, according to police.
Police found White leaning against the side of her vehicle. She was then arrested.
Justice of the Peace Garland Potvin arraigned White on Friday, setting her bail at $50,000. White remained in Bell County Jail Friday night.
Potvin also arraigned the following:
- Rogelio Baraza Rios, 33, on a charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle. Rios’ bail was set at $20,000.
- Tammy Michelle Lynch, 34, on a charge of criminal mischief by tampering with a power supply. Lynch’s bail was set at $20,000.