September 23, 2023

08.16.22 Four Stories/Baytown and Chambers County

Story 1: Baytown police were working to solve the mystery of this wrecked motorcycle on Friday, August  12.  According to witnesses, the operator of the bike fled the scene after wrecking the bike and leaving it in Barkaloo Park in the Chaparral Village subdivision.  Check back for with official Baytown police press release.
Story 2: On Monday evening, August 15, Baytown Fire and Rescue responded to the  Baytown Marina to scene of a very serious crude oil spill.  No other information is available.

Story 3:


On August 15, 2022 at approximately 8:00 p.m., Deputies observed two pickups operating westbound on Interstate 10 near Winnie, Texas, towing welding machine trailers that did not have license plates affixed to the rear of the trailer. A routine check of the vehicle registrations revealed that both pickups, a 2002 GMC Sierra and a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado, were reported stolen out of Houston and Beaumont.

Two Deputies in separate vehicles attempted traffic stops, at which time both suspect vehicles fled westbound on Interstate 10. The simultaneous pursuits continued westbound and at times the second stolen pickup, operated by Mike Zamora, attempted to ram the primary pursuing Deputy in a style similar to a law enforcement Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT). As Deputies continued the pursuit on Interstate 10, the secondary vehicle exited at SH 61 and continued west before rolling the trailer and fleeing into the woods near the Trinity River Bridge. One juvenile subject was taken into custody and a perimeter was set for the second.

While multiple Deputies, Troopers, Game Wardens, and Baytown Police Officers held their perimeter and deployed a K-9, other Deputies continued pursuing the first vehicle into the Houston area. The suspect attempted to cut through a parking lot near the intersection of Wayside Drive and Canal Street where he also rolled the trailer he was towing. The driver of the first vehicle then stopped his flight and was taken into custody without incident. An inventory of his vehicle recovered additional narcotics and proper charges were filed.

Following both pursuits, the driver of the secondary vehicle was unable to be located and the perimeter was dissolved. Approximately 3 hours later, a Texas Game Warden on patrol in the area of FM 1409 and Interstate 10 located a subject who was wet and matched the description of the driver of the stolen vehicle walking westbound on the outside shoulder of Interstate 10.

Further investigation revealed that the subject located was in fact the driver of the second vehicle who attempted to strike the primary pursuing Deputy. Both vehicles were recovered and the welding machines that were attached to the trucks were found to have been stolen out of Orange, Texas just prior to the beginning of the pursuits.

Following the conclusion of the investigation, the following individuals were taken into custody and transported to the Chambers County Jail. A single juvenile male was released from the scene to his mother.

Julian Aguirre

– Evading Arrest Detention W/ Vehicle, $50,000.00 bond

– PCS PG 2 >=4G<200G, $50,000.00 bond

– PCS PG 4 <28G, $2,000.00 bond

– Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle, $35,000.00 bond

Mike Zamora

– Evading Arrest Detention W/ Vehicle, $50,000.00 bond

– Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle, $35,000.00 bond

– Aggravated Assault W/ Deadly Weapon on Public Servant, Bond not yet set.

The Chambers County Sheriff’s Office would like to extend our gratitude to the dispatchers who handled these hectic calls and multiple pursuits with professionalism and composure, as well as our gratitude to our law enforcement partners in the area for their assistance in apprehending these suspects without incident.

Story 4: Also on Monday night, August 15, an on-duty female Chamber’s County female deputy was assaulted by a male when he struck her in the face.  No other details are available

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