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Two men pistol-whip woman during carjacking, police say

Both men were taken into custody following a chase on the north side, police said.

HOUSTON — Two men pistol-whipped a woman during a carjacking that ended in a crash on the north side overnight.

Houston police say both male suspects were both out on bond with one of them already charged with capital murder.

Horace Marquese Harris, 20, was out on bond on a unrelated capital murder charge, while the other suspect has been identified as Marqui Lamon Davis, 20.

Both are facing additional charges stemming from the carjacking.

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This all started around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday when the woman was returning home from work. Police say the men assaulted the woman and took her Jeep.

The men led officers on a chase across the north side before crashing into a tree in the 5800 block of Breland Drive.

One suspect was taken into custody immediately while the other was later found by an HPD K-9 unit, police said.

Police say one of the men was out on bond a capital murder charge while the other was out on bond in connection with two robberies.

During the earlier pursuit two officers wrecked their patrol cars, but they were not hurt.


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