Cade Davis, who we are told, had arrest warrants in both Hardin and Orange Counties, was arrested after a vehicle pursuit Monday morning. The arrest was made at the Fuel Maxx store in Moss Hill at about 10:30 August 3rd. Allegedly, Davis had attempted to pay for items at a Dollar General store in Rye with a credit card that was said not to be his. When approached by Liberty County Deputies inside the store, Davis allegedly said he needed to go to his vehicle to get his identification from his car. That’s when Davis got in his car and fled, at a high rate of speed, southbound on State Highway 146. Texas State Trooper Bill Clark, who was driving north on Highway 146, observed Davis fleeing at a high rate of speed. When Trooper Clark tried to stop Davis’s vehicle a pursuit began towards Moss Hill. Cade Davis exited his vehicle at the Fuel Maxx store at the four corners of 146 and 105, and attempted to steal another vehicle at the gas pumps, but that vehicle was locked. DPS Trooper Clark used his tazer to subdue Davis and he was taken into custody. The fugitive was transported to the Liberty County Jail, where he was booked on charges of possession of stolen property and felony evasion. As we said earlier, Cade Davis was also found to have active warrants from Orange County for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle as well as from Hardin County.