Driver from Mason County pursuit in Burnet County Jail

Briana Marie Cuellar, 26, of Uvalde, is now in the Burnet County Jail on charges of evading arrest and reckless driving out of Mason County July 2.

 

 

A driver charged with evading law enforcement out of Mason County on July 2,  is safely in the Burnet County Jail.
Briana Marie Cuellar, a 26-year old woman from Uvalde, is now in the Burnet County Jail on charges of evading arrest and reckless driving out of Mason County.

When Cuellar refused to stop for law enforcement and headed her car at high speed toward Llano, police officer Aime Shannon was able to respond to the call by deploying Stop Sticks. StopStick, Ltd., makers of the tire deflation device, recognized Deputy Bucky Boswell of Llano County Sheriff’s Office in May with its “Hit of the Year” award for use of the Stop Stick tire deflation device in ending a pursuit.

The devices were again successful, according to Llano County Chief Deputy John Neff.

“I understand Stop Sticks were deployed by the LPD prior to the vehicle reaching Llano City Limits,” said Llano Chief Deputy John Neff. “The female driver was taken into custody and transported to Mason County.”

A spokesperson for Mason County Sheriff James "Buster" Nixon said it is the sheriff's policy not to comment on unresolved cases.

In a second, unrelated case of drivers evading law enforcement on July 3, the Texas DPS has not released the names of the two occupants of a car that crashed as it fled troopers, northbound on US 281 in Blanco County near Round Mountain.

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