Magistrate Kent Savoie asked why Rodriguez and 19 relatives left their clothes in a pilgrimage from Texas that ended Aug. As the group neared San Antonio, Rodriguez's brother said the Lord had told him that their clothes had been cursed by the devil. The chase in Vinton began after a campground owner called police. Rodriguez said he planned to leave immediately for Floydada, a Texas Panhandle town about miles northwest of Vinton. I mean, no socks, no underwear, no nothin'. All 20 were from Floydada, Texas, in the Texas Panhandle, about miles from the southwest Louisiana town of Vinton. Drouillard said he believed they all were related.
Driver Sammy Rodriguez and his brother, Danny, both said they were Pentecostal preachers, Drouillard said.
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When they saw the Vinton KOA Kampground, they drove in thinking the Lord would provide a recreational vehicle filled with all the money, food and clothes they needed to get to Florida. About eight people then started rocking the motor home, Dupre said. Sammy Rodriguez said the family started out in five cars Aug. So they got rid of all their clothes and pocketbooks and wallets and identification and the license plate off their car and came to our gorgeous state," Vinton Police Chief Dennis Drouillard said. Rodriguez was booked with reckless driving, flight from an officer, property damage and several minor traffic violations.