A high-speed police chase in Carrollton ended early Thursday morning with four suspects being taken into custody. At times, the chase topped speeds of 100 mph.
A police chase in Balch Springs ended with a crash in Dallas which left two people injured. Both the male driver of the vehicle and a female passenger are expected to be okay.
Several police chases kept North Texas authorities busy early Friday morning. One suspect had to be chased twice, and another chase ended in a crash along the highway.
Two Grand Prairie Police officers were shot and the suspect killed near Joe Pool Lake after an hours-long manhunt on Christmas Day.
A chase that started in Dallas early Monday morning passed through four other North Texas cities and, at times, topped out at speeds of 100 mph before the suspect crashed in Allen.
A grand jury indicted a former North Texas police officer Monday on a manslaughter count after he fired 41 times at a fleeing unarmed suspect who died from gunshot wounds.
A suspect chase by the Fort Worth Police Department turned into a communications nightmare early Friday morning. Critical police radio systems collapsed across Fort Worth.
Grand Prairie Police are searching for three suspects who led authorities on a short chase, crashed their vehicle, and fled on foot.
Police attempted to stop a suspect in Watauga early Monday morning, but ended up involved in a chase that wandered all the way to Grapevine, some 13 miles away.
Police first attempted to stop Eddiberto Hernandez in Garland, but he sped away. He was then later found at a Walmart store in Mesquite, and arrested after an hour-long chase.
For nearly half an hour police in Fort Worth were involved in a high-speed chase with a man driving a black pickup. The chase weaved through the city — north on Alta Mesa, north on the Interstate-35 service road and west on the I-20 service road.
Tracking criminals without having to chase them… it’s a concept that may seem farfetched, but at least one Texas police department is using new specialized GPS technology to do just that.