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Two men arrested after fleeing from EPCSO

By: Krista Garvin
EL PASO, Texas- Two men were arrested after the driver of a vehicle ran away after a traffic stop.

An El Paso County sheriff's deputy arrested Jonathan Ocon on charges of evading arrest with a vehicle, DWI with a previous manslaughter conviction, and possession of marijuana.

The deputy also arrested Alan Ocon on public intoxication charges.

While being pulled over, deputies said Jonathan Ocon drove off into a desert area of Horizon and then got out and ran from the deputy when his Jeep got stuck.

He eventually surrendered.
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