Lubbock Law Enforcement Chase Ends With 3 Arrested, Schools Locked Down
Lubbock County Sheriff Deputies had an active afternoon after two juveniles and another suspect got into a chase with Lubbock law enforcement in South Lubbock and parts of Lubbock County.
According to KAMC, the chase began around 12:25 p.m. after a Lubbock County Sheriff's deputy heard "several shots" coming from 146th Street and Avenue P. KAMC reports that the deputy then saw a white vehicle leave at a "high rate of speed".
The chase reported ended 10 minutes later in the 13000 block of County Road 7500. The Sheriff's Department said schools in the area went into lock down as a precaution. According to KAMC, the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department issued this statement.
At approximately 12:25 PM, on December 15, 2022, a deputy on patrol heard several shots
coming from the area of 146th Street and Ave P when a witness identified a White Hyundai
Tucson as the vehicle who fired the shots.
The deputy observed the White Hyundai Tucson leaving the area at a high rate of speed. The
deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop when the vehicle fled, and a pursuit ensued.
The vehicle continued to flee from deputies in the area Ave P, onto 98th Street and then South on the access road of HWY 87.
As a precaution schools around the area were placed on lockdown. At no time were students in
The vehicle continued to flee from deputies and ultimately ended in the 1300 block of CR 7500.
Three suspects attempted to evade deputies on foot. All suspects were taken into custody.
35-year-old, John Anthony Guerrero was transported to the Lubbock County Detention Center
charged with Evading with Vehicle, Evading on Foot, and Possession of Marijuana.
Two juveniles were taken to the Lubbock County Juvenile Justice Center, charged with evading
No injuries were reported.