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Irving Bicyclist Stopped by Police Reveals Wanted Felon

Booking photo of Pedro Videz

On October 18, 2023, at approximately 1:00 am, an Irving police officer conducted a routine traffic stop on a bicyclist without headlights. The suspect initially refused to provide identification, sparking a chain of events that led to the apprehension of 30-year-old Pedro Antonio Videz, hailing from Denton, Texas.

Upon further investigation, it was revealed that Videz had three outstanding warrants issued by the Denton County Sheriff's Office. These warrants were related to felony charges, including vehicle burglary, failure to appear for a manslaughter charge, and another vehicle burglary offense.

Videz's legal troubles weren't limited to these recent warrants. In March 2022, he had been arrested in Denton and charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. Just a year earlier, in October 2021, he had faced charges related to drug offenses.

The Irving Police Department charged Videz with failure to identify as a fugitive and set his bond at $1,000. He also received a $184 fine for riding a bicycle without headlights.

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