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May 3, 2013

Suspects admit to meth use before burglary, pursuit


As the perimeter was established around the area with deputies and investigators on scene in marked patrol vehicles along with a wrecker to tow the suspect vehicle, the second suspect walked into the roadway from a wooded area, apparently thinking deputies had already cleared the scene.

Deputies immediately recognized the second suspect as the man who had fled from them. He was apprehended and identified as Jerry Wayne Ehrenberg, 40, of Odessa.

Both men told deputies they had ingested methamphetamine together prior to the burglary. Both suspects were arrested and taken to the Parker County Jail. Both men were charged with burglary of a building and evading arrest/detention. Additional charges are pending the investigation. Neither suspect’s bond were set as of Friday afternoon.

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