A Georgetown, Texas, police officer has admitted to covering up a crash that occurred during an unauthorized chase he was leading. Police Officer Drew Bowden was the supervisor of a high-speed chase in Georgetown earlier this month, and the chase ended in a crash of the vehicle being pursued. Bowden has now admitted that he attempted to cover up the crash and that the chase was unauthorized. The incident occurred on October 3rd, when Bowden and other officers pursued a vehicle from the City of Georgetown. According to a statement from the Georgetown Police Department, Bowden did not get approval to pursue the vehicle, which is against official policy. As the chase progressed, it reached over 100 miles-per-hour, and the vehicle being pursued crashed. Bowden has admitted to his part in the incident, and he has been placed on administrative leave. While on leave, he will be required to undergo training and an evaluation of his ability to serve as an officer. The crash is still under investigation, but Bowden has faced disciplinary action for his role in the cover-up. The Georgetown Police Department has released a statement regarding the incident. They have said that this incident does not represent the department’s core values and that they take this matter seriously. They also expressed their support for the ongoing investigation to ensure the safety of the community. This incident is an example of the importance of following protocol and maintaining control in potentially dangerous situations. The Georgetown Police Department is currently undergoing an investigation into the incident and will take any necessary steps to ensure situations like this are avoided in the future. It is important to maintain the integrity of the police force, and this incident is a reminder of that.