A man was arrested early Monday morning after leading authorities on a chase from Grand Prairie into Dallas.
The man Grand Prairie Police arrested for ramming six squad cars on Friday has a history with damaging law enforcement vehicles, according to court documents.
A suspect running from police crashed into another vehicle in Dallas near Lake June and St. Augustine shortly before 11 am.
A man was arrested in Garland on Wednesday morning after leading police on a 30-minute chase at speeds in excess of 100 mph.
Officers in Garland helped three teenagers escape a burning vehicle that crashed during a chase with police. The vehicle had been reported stolen in Dallas just hours earlier.
A traffic stop in Grand Prairie turned into an hour-long police chase that traveled through parts of three different cities and involved four different law enforcement agencies.
A man was arrested early Thursday morning after leading Dallas County sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase through parts of west Dallas.
A high-speed police chase that ran across parts of three counties ended in a violent crash on Tuesday night in far southeast Dallas. The suspect caught after trying to flee on foot.
A man went on a short-lived crime spree in Dallas late Tuesday. He allegedly stole a vehicle from an apartment complex, robbed a convenience store, and led police on a chase.
Thomas Harper’s attorneys say he’s a devoted father who was trying to protect his children. Harper is accused of killing a Good Samaritan after causing a multi-car crash that killed one driver, back in December of 2011.
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A police chase, standoff and deadly shooting of a suspect all happen just outside a North Texas shopping mall. Sources tell CBS 11 News the man at the center of it all is the now deceased Michael Mayo.