According to deputies with the Precinct 1 Constable’s Office, a Florida couple was arrested after it was found during a traffic stop in Montgomery County that they were wanted on several outstanding warrants.
On Sunday, a deputy pulled down a white Ford Expedition for speeding near Farm to Market Road 830 on Interstate 45.
During the traffic stop, the deputy discovered that the driver, identified as Florida’s Cara Miller House, was wanted on many criminal warrants out of the country, according to the sheriff’s office. The warrant listed burglary, theft between $10 and $20,000, theft over $100,000, and possession of burglary equipment. House was detained and driven away in the deputy’s patrol car.
Miller was able to free herself from her handcuffs and leave the patrol car while the deputy was still questioning the passenger, Pavel Koryavykh, according to deputies. A Pct. 1 sergeant who had just arrived at the scene assisted in getting Miller on her back and into handcuffs after she allegedly charged the deputy in an attempt to run away.
Koryavykh reportedly entered the Ford’s driver’s seat at some point during the argument and went away, according to deputies.
When Miller arrived at the Montgomery County Jail, she was also given a charge of escaping custody.
It was discovered during the hunt for Koryavykh that he was also wanted on several felony charges, including burglary, grand theft, theft over $100,000, and possession of burglary equipment.