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Old 07-01-2016, 10:20 PM   #1
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Astros honor pilots who helped take suspect into custody

Tonight at Minute Maid Park, all eyes were on the newest hometown heroes.

Houston Police Department pilot Jeff Serpas and tactical flight officer Steven Borgstedte were honored at Friday's game. They were given special bats and even got a pat on the back from Orbit.

They were a part of the crew that helped police apprehend a chase suspect earlier this week.

Borgsted says he doesn't feel like a hero. He says he was just doing his job.

He also says the only thing that was going through his mind during the chase was catching the suspect and bringing him to justice.

One of the men arrested in the case is 19-year-old Joshua Clark. He pled guilty to evading arrest.

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