LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - A chase that started at 2:23 p.m. on Tuesday in Lubbock ended just before 4 p.m. in Crosby County.
According to officials with the Lubbock Police Department, a pursuit started for unknown reasons at 2:23 p.m. at 50th and Avenue Q. The vehicle was described as an older model, black Mercedes with a Nevada license plate.
During the chase through the eastern part of the city, the suspects in the vehicle threw out mail and packages while being chased by police.
The pursuit then left the city limits and continued eastbound through Lubbock County on the Idalou Hwy.
At 2:48 p.m., the pursuit was in Lorenzo, still heading eastbound.
According to officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety, after 3 p.m., the subjects crashed their vehicle near US 62 and CR 28 in Crosby County, which is between Crosbyton and Dickens.
Police later identified the subjects. The driver was 29-year-old David Allvord and the passenger was 38-year-old Yousef Darvishzad.
Officials say the subject’s vehicle crashed into two other vehicles before rolling and bailing out of their vehicle. The suspects were caught and were arrested on numerous charges.
David Linn Allvord, 29, of Las Vegas, Nevada has been charged with fraudulent use and possession of identification, two counts of evading in a vehicle, tampering with evidence, theft of mail from 10 to 30 addresses and evade arrest. His combined bond is $91,000.
Yousef Ian Darvishzad, 38, of Lubbock has been charged with fraudulent use and possession of identification, evade in a vehicle, theft from $30,000 to $150,000, tampering with evidence, theft of mail from 10-30 addresses, possession of drug paraphernalia, evade arrest, no driver’s license, and public intoxication. His bond has not been set at this time.
Lubbock Police, Lubbock Sheriff and DPS responded to the chase and the investigation is ongoing.
The items thrown out of the vehicle were recovered by officers.