• December 28, 2023

Carlos Isea Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — November 18, 2023, Carlos Isea was injured as the result of an alleged intoxicated driver accident that resulted in charges being filed.

Currently, information released by Harris County officials gives few details about the facts surrounding the accident itself.

Carlos Isea Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

Documents at this time say that there was a motor vehicle accident which resulted in serious bodily injury to Carlos Isea. A driver involved in that accident was allegedly intoxicated at the time, and authorities also allege that same driver failed to stop and render aid. It appears authorities filed charges for both failure to stop and render aid as well as intoxication assault. The statements did not specify if authorities believe alcohol or drugs were factors in the accident.

There are no further statements available pending investigations.

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