arrested on suspicion of evading police
By Clay Moffitt
December 11, 2006 | LOGAN -- Jose Reyes and Cristia
Jensen were arrested on suspicion of evading police
and providing false information in addition to drug
charges on Friday.
According to the police report, while the Logan Police
Department SWAT team was following a warrant for narcotics
at an apartment, the couple pulled into the driveway
of the residence. The officers were instructed to question
every vehicle arriving at the residence, but when they
saw the police officers, they turned around and left
"[Logan Police] Chief [Russ] Roper and Captain Dave
Tarbet were assigned to watch all vehicles that arrived
at the house and they turned on it as it left the parking
lot and the drivers went through a residential area
at a high rate of speed," said Lt. Tracy Hulse, who
was a part of the SWAT team.
And during the pursuit, Hulse said, the chase took
an interesting turn.
"While [the car] was in motion, the driver and passenger
switched positions while driving and almost crashed,"
Hulse said. The officers found out Jensen was driving
without a license and believe that was the motive for
the driver passenger switch. And when they finally apprehended
Jensen and Reyes, they found some drugs in their possession.
Jensen originally told police her name was Janelle
Linda Andrus and Cristia is just a nickname.
"They did their research and found out it was her
real name," Hulse said.
Jensen was arrested on suspicion of providing a police
officer with false information, driving without a license
(both Class C misdemeanors) and evading police, a third-degree
Reyes told police his real name, but was arrested
on suspicion of having drugs, drug paraphernalia, driving
without a license, driving without headlights on and