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Author Photo by: KingwoodDotCom
~ 8 mos ago   May 23 2017, 5:31pm 
A Kingwood man is lucky to be alive (and not facing worse charges) after ramming a Harris County PCT 4 Deputy's vehicle during a traffic stop over the weekend. On Saturday, May 20, 2017, around 2:30AM, a deputy with Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman’s Office was on a traffic stop in the 5400 block of FM 1960 East just outside of Humble. The deputy was in the process of writing a warning citation when a vehicle suddenly crashed into the back of his patrol car. The deputy was transported to an area hospital as a precaution where he was treated and released.The driver of the vehicle, identified as Chance Frazier (23, Kingwood), was arrested for suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated and taken to the Harris County Jail.“I am thankful that our Deputy’s injuries were minor and that no one was seriously injured. Chance Frazier was arrested, charged with Driving While Intoxicated and booked into the Harris County Jail. His bond is currently set at $500.00 out of County Court 4.” ~ Constable Mark Herman
 
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Author Photo Metro07
~ 8 mos ago   May 23 2017, 11:30pm 
I wish the police lights were not so bright from the back.  They blind me to the point where I can hardly see anything else but them.  
 
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Author Photo NatureLover
~ 7 mos ago   May 29 2017, 11:15am 
Good.  Just one more reason for you to pull over!
 
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Author Photo friday1
~ 7 mos ago   May 29 2017, 2:51pm 
Last night HPD stopped someone and park halfway in the right lane.
 
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Author Photo ExBlue
~ 7 mos ago   May 29 2017, 3:18pm 
Last night HPD stopped someone and park halfway in the right lane.
 
@friday1:
 
They do that so they have protection from passing vehicles. That's why they have all of those lights flashing on the top of their vehicle, to make sure you have plenty of time to slow down, assess the situation, and proceed with caution as you travel through the area.
 
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Author Photo friday1
~ 7 mos ago   May 29 2017, 4:01pm 
Last night HPD stopped someone and park halfway in the right lane.
 
@friday1:
 
They do that so they have protection from passing vehicles. That's why they have all of those lights flashing on the top of their vehicle, to make sure you have plenty of time to slow down, assess the situation, and proceed with caution as you travel through the area.

@ExBlue:
 
 
Really in a span of 15 seconds from flashing the lights to stopping. Not to mention cars packed and the blinker means nothing to them. People drive like crap in this city even the cops. I am thankful to be accident free for 25 years driving in Houston knock on wood. 
 
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Author Photo ExBlue
~ 7 mos ago   May 29 2017, 9:40pm 
Last night HPD stopped someone and park halfway in the right lane.
 
@friday1:
 
They do that so they have protection from passing vehicles. That's why they have all of those lights flashing on the top of their vehicle, to make sure you have plenty of time to slow down, assess the situation, and proceed with caution as you travel through the area.

@ExBlue:
 
Really in a span of 15 seconds from flashing the lights to stopping. Not to mention cars packed and the blinker means nothing to them. People drive like crap in this city even the cops. I am thankful to be accident free for 25 years driving in Houston knock on wood. 
 
@friday1:
 
Okay, I don't even know what you're trying to say, but I would suggest you attend the citizens academy so you actually know what police work entails. Citizens who have never worn the uniform are like Monday morning quarterbacks.
 
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Author Photo donnatella
~ 7 mos ago   May 30 2017, 9:04am 
I wonder if his sentence will be harsher for hitting a cop vs. another civilian car or building, etc.
 
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