Bay City police officer arrests 2 for running after eye contact

   Last weekend, Bay City Police officer Jerome Estrada made two arrests of people who fled after making eye contact with him.
   First, just after 3:30 a.m Nov. 15, Estrada was dispatched to a disturbance in the 4900 block of Misty Lane.  Upon arriving, another told Estrada a suspect had just left in a vehicle.
   Estrada quickly located the vehicle about a block away and used his lights to require it to pull over. 
   As Estrada approach, the vehicle on foot, it fled the scene, ran a stop sign about a block away, and crashed into a tree.
   The driver, Terrance Williams was not seriously hurt, nor was anyone else hurt. 
   Williams was seen by Emergency Medical Services on scene and then taken to the Matagorda County Jail and booked on charges of evading arrest.  
   The next day, November 16, just before 2 a.m. Estrada was dispatched to the area of 2300 Hamman to investigate a man who had attracted suspicion of other residents.
   Upon arrival Officer Estrada located the man in question and attempted to make contact with the pedestrian. But the man, later identified as Rashad Levi, looked at the officer and ran away. 
   Officer Estrada once again pursued on foot and was able to locate Levi hiding behind a house in the 5000 block of Misty Lane.
   Levi was also transported to the Matagorda County Jail where he was booked on charges of  evading arrest or detention with a previous conviction.

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