Fort Hood soldier arrested after high speed chase

Posted at 7:57 PM, Nov 27, 2016
and last updated 2016-11-28 13:17:26-05

A Fort Hood soldier was booked into the Coryell County Jail Sunday night after a high speed chase.

Texas DPS Sgt. David Roberts said a state trooper attempted to stop a sport motorcycle for speeding around 3:45 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 190 near W.S. Young in Killeen. The rider, 22-year-old Shaquille Windsor, didn't stop and continued driving on U.S. 190 towards Copperas Cove.

Roberts said Windsor exceeded 200 miles per hour during the chase.

Windsor turned off U.S. 190 onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive where he crashed his motorcycle. Windsor was not injured in the crash and ran away from troopers on foot.

Troopers caught him and found he was carrying a handgun. Windsor was booked into the Coryell County Jail for evading with a vehicle and unlawfully carrying a weapon. He was also ticketed for traffic offenses.

DPS said Windsor is a U.S. Army soldier stationed at Fort Hood.

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