An overnight chase from Dickinson reportedly reached speeds of up to 140 mph before ending in a crash

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Police said the suspect evaded a traffic stop in Dickinson overnight, eventually leading police on a chase, which ended miles later with a crash in south Houston.

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The incident reportedly began shortly before 1:30 a.m. near Highway 3 and Deats, ending up the freeway near Edgebrook, according to police.

Authorities said they attempted to stop a Chevrolet pickup for traffic violations near Termini Street and Highway 3 when the chase began.

This is when the truck allegedly lost control and crashed into another vehicle, leaving its occupants with minor injuries.

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