High Speed Chase Ends In Arrest

A woman was arrested Monday morning after a chase through Donley and Hall counties.

The Hall County Sheriff’s Office says that at 9:10 a.m., they were notified of a pursuit coming from Clarendon towards Memphis along US 287.

The suspect in the chase was believed to be suicidal and had an earlier incident with law enforcement in Iowa Park.

A deputy located the suspect’s vehicle near a rest area on Highway 287 in Donley County and observed the vehicle traveling at 120 miles-per-hour and gave chase.

The chase ended after the suspect crashed into a pipe fence just inside Hall County.

An adult female was arrested without further incident and taken into custody by the Donley County Sheriff’s Office.



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