By Anna Canizales | The Texas Tribune
State Rep. Dan Huberty, R-Houston, was arrested in Montgomery County after crashing his Corvette right into a minivan and failing a sobriety take a look at Friday evening, in response to the Montgomery County Police Reporter, which posted a video of the arrest to YouTube. The video exhibits police detaining Huberty and towing the Corvette away.
That native information outlet reported that Montgomery County Precinct 4 constables responded to an accident in Porter and arrived to discover a Corvette “parked below a minivan.” The three folks within the minivan suffered minor accidents, in response to the report, and the motive force of the Corvette, recognized as Huberty, was unhurt. The Corvette was impounded and Huberty was arrested for DWI, in response to the report.
“Final evening I used to be driving drunk and concerned in a minor car accident in Montgomery County,” Huberty, who has been a member of the Texas Home since 2011, posted Saturday on Fb. “Thankfully, nobody was severely injured. I remorse my actions and apologize to my constituents and my household. I’m searching for remedy choices to start in the present day.
His bail was set at $1,500 and he was bonded out inside hours of his arrest, in response to the report.
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