On Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, about 5:36p.m., Officers of the Vidor Police Department were dispatched to the Speedy Stop Convenience Store parking lot in reference to reports of two males fighting.

Upon officer’s arrival, they separated the males and started their investigation into the complaints. While conducting their investigation, a white male was given commands to stay away from the other male. The male would not stop and as Officers attempted to detain him, the male started resisting. Officers grabbed onto the male as he started resisting. As they struggled with him, they all fell onto a car and eventually ended up on the ground.

The male laid on top of his hands to resist being handcuffed by the Officers. After the struggle, the male was eventually taken into custody.

The male was identified as 40 year old Chad Robert Rogers.

As Officers spoke with Rogers, he smelled of an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and person. Rogers also had red bloodshot glazed over eyes, slurred speech and an unsteady balance. Rogers was found to be intoxicated and taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated.

Further investigation into the incident, it was learned Rogers intentionally hit another vehicle while driving his, a blue Dodge Durango. The vehicle, which Rogers intentionally hit, had two occupants in it. The occupants were a mother and a three year old child.

Rogers was charged with Driving While Intoxicated and Aggravated Assault with a Vehicle.

A Search and Seizure Warrant was requested and granted for the seizure of human blood from Rogers’s body.

Rogers was transported to the Orange County Jail and released to the on duty jailers. Rogers was arraigned by Orange County Justice of the Peace Judge David Peck. Rogers’s bonds were set at $5,000 for Driving While Intoxicated and $30,000 for Aggravated Assault with Vehicle.