The high speed chase came to an end just before 12:00 Wednesday afternoon just a block away from Odessa Regional Medical Center near 4th and Adams Street. Officials speeds reached 90 miles an hour.
After the Christmas Eve murder, officials warned that Davis is "armed and dangerous."
"Mr. Davis is in custody and he is being questioned by OPD for the Christmas eve murder and aggravated assault," said Odessa spokesperson Andrea Goodson.
Davis has been lying low since the murder however early Wednesday police received a report of a stolen vehicle at the Spanish Oaks apartments. When police responded they notice a Chevy Avalanche in the parking lot. Officials had been looking for that car as they say Davis was driving it when he murdered his wife.
"During the investigation at that point and time that led police to midland where the stolen impala was seen and a pursuit ensued about 11:10 this morning," said Davis.
Law enforcement made their way to front and orchard in an attempt to arrest Davis, but instead Davis took off leading police on nearly an hour long high speed chase through the city and the highway. At one point officials say Davis drove the wrong way.
"DPS, us Marshalls, Midland and Ector county sheriff's office, Odessa police department are all working on this pursuit," said Goodson. "Stop strips were administered early on in the pursuit."
In the meantime all of the involved agencies will continue their investigation.
"They're talking their getting everything figured out to decide if any other charges are going to be filed against Mr. Davis at this point."
While the chase took police and the suspect miles through miles of city and highway, no one was injured.
ODESSA--The man believed to have killed his wife Venesta Davis and shot her son Andrew Thurman Christmas Eve has been arrested following a high speed pursuit through Midland and Odessa Wednesday afternoon.
L.C. Davis was arrested near the corner of 4th and Adams in Odessa. Multiple law enforcement agencies took part in the arrest of Davis.
Around 8:00 a.m. a silver car was reported stolen from the Spanish Oaks apartments. Soon after, Odessa police located a Chevy Avalanche, the car officials say murder suspect Davis was driving in the night he shot and killed his wife.
Through tips, officials located Davis and the stolen car at another apartment complex in Midland and the corner of Front and Orchard. The pursuit began round 11:10 a.m. with Davis taking police on a chase through city limits and the high way. Officials say speeds reached 90 miles per hour.
Initial reports indicate Davis was shooting at officers during the pursuit; however, DPS isn't releasing that information. Meanwhile, as the pursuit continued, officials tried different ways to stop the car. Eventually spike strips were put down but the pursuit continued. Soon after however, at noon the car finally came to a stop and officials arrested Davis on a warrant of murder and aggravated assault.
Additional charges are still pending as officials continue to question Davis. No one was injured during the pursuit. Meantime Thurman is at Medical Center Hospital still in critical condition.
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