ECTOR COUNTY/ANDREWS COUNTY, Tx. (KOSA) -- 3:20 p.m. Update: A woman has been identified as a suspect in Thursday night's chase, the Andrews County News reports.
Cindy Loraine Ortega.
Cindy Loraine Ortega of Hobbs, New Mexico has been charged with evading arrest/detention with a vehicle and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
According to Andrews County News, the Andrews County Sheriff's Office has arrested multiple suspects in connection with Thursday night's chase. The names of the other suspects have not been released at this time.
The suspects were arrested on Friday morning.
The Ector County Sheriff Office and other law enforcement agencies are still searching for the person involved in the high speed chase.
According to the Ector County Sheriff's Office, the person in question fled on foot after stopping in a field south of Andrews.
The K9 unit and drones were deployed to help find him.
This chase began with a stolen vehicle at 158 and 385.
During the chase, an Ector County Sheriff's Office truck hydroplaned and rolled over.
The deputy is said to be okay, but was checked out at the hospital.
The Sheriff's Office says this driver did run several vehicles off the road.
They are still looking for him.