A man and woman are now in custody after leading area law enforcement on a high speed chase that reached 100 mph going through Wake Village, Nash, and Texarkana.
The chase started when a Wake Village Officer attempted to stop a burgundy Tahoe on Old Redwater Rd.
Wake Village Police, Nash Police, Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, Bowie County Constables, and Texarkana, Texas Police Department all participated in the chase.
The suspect led a deputy in the wrong direction down N. Bishop Street for a short time before turning onto New Boston Rd. and then onto the Loop northbound.
Officers lost the vehicle for a short time in the area around Pleasant Grove Rd. and Cooper Ln. before spotting it again on Hughes Rd. near Pleasant Grove Rd.
The suspect then went south on Pleasant Grove Rd. and then Westbound on I-30. They cut from I-30 onto Hampton Rd. before getting stuck in a field at FM 2148 and I-30 where they were quickly taken into custody.
According to radio traffic the woman passenger had a felony warrant out of Bowie County for burglary of a building and one out of Miller County for forgery.