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Ronald Gray Pace III surrenders to the authorities in Houston

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to ABC13.com, Ronald Gray Pace III has surrendered to the authorities. He was charged one day earlier by the police after he allegedly seriously injured two people.

He is facing two counts of racing causing serious bodily injury. Pace III has a famous father in “Barefoot” Ronnie Pace, who has competed on the hit TV show “Street Outlaws.”

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The accident happened on March 17th in a business park in Houston Oaks. The authorities allege that Pace was street racing at the time of the accident.

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He appeared at a bond hearing.

“That’s what his dad is known for, he’s been estranged from his dad, that’s not to put him with his dad,” said attorney Doug Murphy.

The two individuals are still recovering from the accident. And Murphy said that’s where the focus should be.

“It’s a tragic accident, and he’s really concerned with two people hurt here, it’s still an ongoing investigation, and we’re still trying to figure out what happened,” Murphy said.

Pace posted his $30,000 bond.

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“We’re just going to progress the case, against Mr. Gray,” Prosecutor Sean Teare said. “We’re also continuing to investigate the other driver, and I anticipate charges in that case coming relatively soon.”

A car crashed into a parked truck. The second car in the video drove past it.

“If you are participating in a race and someone dies or gets seriously hurt, that is a second-degree felony,” Teare said. “Period. You don’t have to be the striking car. Mr. Pace was the striking car. The other individual was not, but he will be facing the same penalty range.

“In this day and age, video is our greatest friend and the sheriff’s department was able to obtain a lot of video in this case, which helped.”

If convicted of the charges, Pace is looking at two to 20 years in jail.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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