Four men who lead authorities on chase bonded out of jail, but remain in big trouble

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

Four men accused of taking deputies on a high speed chase through two counties bonded out of jail, but they're still in big trouble.

Authorities say the chase started in Winkler County.

Kermit police say the four kicked in the door of a home on Cedar street.

From there, the men went to an Allsup's, and caused enough trouble that someone called the cops.

That's where the chase began, reaching speeds of 120 miles an hour on the way to Monahans.

Ward County deputies joined the chase.

The four men were stopped when deputies threw out spike strips on the road.

All have been charged with burglary and felony fleeing and eluding.