Stolen Pickup Involved in Lynn County Rollover - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/3/07

Stolen Pickup Involved in Lynn County Rollover

Aerocare was called to the scene of a rollover in Lynn County, just after 10:00 a.m. Monday. There, they found the driver partially ejected from a stolen white GMC pickup. It happened along U.S. 87, about two miles south of the Lubbock County line.

According to Corporal John Gonzalez, of the Texas Department of Public Safety, Victoria Leann Robledo was eastbound on County Road 2, when she crossed the intersection at U.S. 87, and collided with a Crown Victoria headed northbound. That car was driven by Don Williams, a Texas Ranger. Both vehicles landed in the bar ditch. Williams was not injured.

Witnesses at the scene believe Robledo was being chased by a man driving a Monte Carlo.

Aerocare flew Robledo, 19, to Covenant Medical Center with moderate injuries. She has since been treated and released. Robledo now faces a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Additional charges are possible.

Lynn County Sheriff's Deputies arrested the man in the Monte Carlo. Harley Childers, 20, was wanted in Lubbock on three unrelated warrants. He remained in the Lynn County Jail Monday afternoon. 

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