Harris County, TX: Cypress Creek EMS, Spring FD, Ponderosa FD and the Harris County PCT 4 Constables Office were dispatched to the intersection of FM 2920 near Falvel Road Sunday evening. Fire department units arrived on the scene to find 3 vehicles in the intersection with major damage. Moments later radio reports stated there was a death on scene.
Lozano admitted to deputies that he had been drinking alcohol and also showed signs of intoxication. Lozano was placed in custody at which time he refused the field sobriety test.
“Our deputies obtained a search warrant and we had Mr. Lozano’s blood taken, without his consent or permission,” said Precinct 4 Assistant Chief Mark Herman. “His blood will be tested for alcohol and any other drugs that may cause impairment.”
The Harris County DA accepted the charges and Lozano was placed in the Harris County Jail with a bond set to $30,000. Intoxication manslaughter, also a second-degree felony, carries a punishment range of two to 20 years in prison. Lozano’s next court appearance is scheduled for September 23rd.
The name of the driver that was killed has not yet been released.
In Case You Missed It
Crime & Security6 days ago
Missing Spring Man Found Deceased in Conroe
Harris County2 weeks ago
Subway Manager Fired After Text Message Exchange Turns Racist
Harris County1 week ago
SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN; Family of Spring Man Asking For Public’s Help
Harris County3 weeks ago
Spring High School Sophomore Dies in Rip Current on Matagorda Beach
Crime & Security1 day ago
SWAT Scene Unfolding in Park Spring Subdivision; Man Barricaded
Local News3 weeks ago
Vote To Remove Tolls From Texas 242 Flyovers Unanimously Passed
Crime & Security3 weeks ago
14 Arrested for DWI Over Memorial Day Weekend
Local News2 weeks ago
Elderly Female with Dementia Missing From Imperial Oaks Subdivision