Andres Lozano was arrested on March 10th.
A Midland County Sheriff's deputy reportedly noticed Lozano, 63, driving 23 miles over the speed limit and swerving while heading eastbound in the 2600 block of East County Road 140 around 6:50 PM on March 10th.
The deputy tried to pull over Lozano's red Ford Taurus, but Lozano reportedly kept speeding onto South County Road 1160 and East County Road 156.
The deputy pursued the Taurus, and Lozano reportedly swerved into several bar ditches and failed to yield to traffic during the chase.
Lozano ultimately stopped the car at a home in the 2700 block of East County Road 156.
As the deputy approached Lozano, they reportedly noticed that he was drunk.
Lozano allegedly admitted to drinking, and the deputy say he refused a sobriety test.
The deputy also reportedly noticed an opened 28 ounce Bud Light in the Taurus.
The deputy immediately took Lozano into custody.
While doing a background check on Lozano, the deputy reportedly noticed that Lozano had 5 previous D.W.I. convictions.
Now, Lozano is charged with D.W.I. (3rd or more), evading arrest with a vehicle and a parole violation.
As of Tuesday evening, Lozano was being held in the Midland County Detention Center on $150,000 bond.