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Saturday, Nov. 28 about a reckless driver going eastbound on Interstate 10 from Chambers County. A DPS Trooper was patrolling on I-10 and saw a white Honda passenger car traveling eastbound on the freeway at high speed, Texas DPS Sgt. Stephanie Davis said in a news release.  The state check out here trooper turned on emergency lights for a traffic stop near FM 365. The driver of the Honda pulled to the right, as if he was going to stop, but immediately sped off, Davis said.  The driver continued speeding on I-10 eastbound, Davis said. As the driver approached Milam Street in Beaumont, he struck a concrete barrier and lost control of the car, Davis said.  The car stopped near mile marker 855 in Beaumont. At this point, the vehicle was on three wheels, Jefferson County Justice of the Peace Ben Collins said.  The driver wrecked the car twice and ended up in the parking lot of the Treasure House of St Mark's on North Street in downtown Beaumont, Collins said. Troopers secured the scene and removed the driver from the car, Davis said.  Police and state troopers searched the Honda, which DPS said is standard procedure after a crash, and found a woman's body in the trunk.  Texas DPS investigators identified the woman as Briana Teirra Johnson, 28, of Houston.  Jefferson County Justice of the Peace Ben Collins ordered an autopsy. He also called the incident a homicide. Texas DPS identified the driver as Victor Campbell, 35, of Fresno, Texas. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment and remains in police custody, Davis said.


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