Early Thursday morning around 1:45 AM a Greenville Officer got in pursuit with a vehicle around the I-30/Moulton Street area. The vehicle took off from the officer refusing to stop.
The vehicle eventually took off on I-30 Westbound towards the Caddo Mills area, where the vehicle was turning its lights on and off trying to lose the Greenville Officer.
The chase finally made it to the Royse City area, where the vehicle came to a stop and one subject took off running. The runner was eventually located by Greenville & Royse City Officers and placed into custody. There was another subject in the vehicle that was also arrested..
Subjects are pictured below with book in reports attached:
A strong cold front will slowly sweep through the East and South on Tuesday and Wednesday. Behind this front, a zone of light snow may develop and fall from north Texas to the Northeast. Some accumulations are expected, more possible in the Eastern area. This may be the first snowfall of the season for many!
We will continue to monitor the radars and new weather models and update with the latest cold weather headed this way.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a Texas man was injured in a motorcycle accident that occurred on September,1, 2019 at approximately 3:15pm on State Highway 1, approximately three miles east of United State Highway 259 in LeFlore County.
According to the report, a 2002 Harley Davidson Motorcycle driven by Brian Ruth 63, of Greenville, Texas was westbound on SH1, when he failed to negotiate curve and struck the guard rail.
Ruth was transported by Life Flight to UAMS in Little Rock, Arkansas and was admitted in stable condition with arm and leg injuries.
The accident was investigated by OHP and the LeFlore County Sheriff’s Office.
Hunt County Sheriffs Department released this statement after an overnight manhunt.
On August 8th, 2019 at approximately 7:20 p.m. the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office was notified of an assault in the 2700 block of SH 69 South.
Additional information provided was that the suspect had assaulted a person with a large knife, possibly a machete and the victim was transported to the hospital in a private vehicle. Deputies were informed that the suspect was hiding in the area and was armed with the large knife and possibly an assault rifle. The suspect was identified as Charles Trent Parrish, 43 years of age from the Greenville area.
The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team was mobilized and assistance was requested from outside agencies to assist in the search for Mr. Parrish in and around his residence. Mr. Parrish eluded capture and is currently at large and a Felony Warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon has been issued for his arrest.
The victim was treated at a local hospital and his condition is not known at this time.
Sheriff Meeks stated: “This search went well into the early morning hours and I greatly appreciate all the agency’s that assisted us. Mr. Parrish is a very dangerous person and we are asking anyone with information to contact us or Crime Stoppers at 903-457-2929”.
GREENVILLE: On Saturday, July 20, 2019, at approximately 10:00 p.m. the Greenville Police Department responded to a robbery at Discount Gas & Tobacco & Beverage located at 6002 Wesley Street.
It was reported that a black male, approximately five feet tall, entered the store. wearing safety glasses with a dark-colored cloth covering his face. The suspect forced a customer onto the ground and demanded money. The suspect claimed to have a handgun but never displayed it. The suspect stole an unknown amount of money and left the store heading northbound.
Detectives are working to obtain a photo from the store’s surveillance cameras.
If you have any information about the subject’s identity or his whereabouts, please contact Detective Meeks at 903-457-2917 or 903-457-2900
Greenville Fire & PD units are enroute to Power Lane for a vehicle in that water
Caller believes there are occupants inside the vehicle and is advising vehicle is sinking fast
Greenville P.D and fire on scene advising they can see the top of the vehicle, units will be out investigating
Fire units are responding with dive gear at this time 13:22
Hunt County EMS units are enroute to the scene requesting a dive team 13:32
Greenville Fire units have performed a hand search of the vehicle and are advising the vehicle is unoccupied at this time. It is still unknown 100% if the vehicle was occupied upon entering the water. Greenville does have dive team enroute 13:35
On scene units have been able to recover the vehicle. No occupants were inside the vehicle upon recovery. Divers checked the surrounding area of the lake, and also there no occupants were located.
Once we are updated by an official press release we will provide that information.
GREENVILLE: On May 16, 2019, at 11:49 am the Greenville Police Department received a report of an assault at a residence in the 4200 block of Washington Street. Officers contacted the victim at a separate location. The victim alleged the suspect committed an assault while also making threats with the use of a weapon. Officers went to the residence and attempted to make contact with the suspect, who refused to exit the house. The Greenville Police Department Tactical Team and negotiators responded to the scene. After several hours of negotiations, a search warrant was obtained for the residence. Shortly after 7:00 pm, the Greenville Police Department Tactical Team was able to safely remove the suspect from the residence. The suspect was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, which is a Felony of the Second Degree. The investigation is still on-going and there is no further information available at this time.
Press Release Prepared by: Lt. Adam J. Phillips PIO, Greenville Police Department
On May 14, 2019, at 9:09 p.m., the Greenville Police Department received a report of an accident involving a pedestrian in the 4300 block of Wesley Street. Upon arrival,
officers discovered a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle remained on-scene and rendered aid to the pedestrian. The pedestrian, who suffered non-life threatening injuries, was transported to Hunt Regional Medical Center by ambulance. The driver, who fully
cooperated with the accident investigation, was not charged with any violation.
The investigation is open and no further information is available at this time.
Press Release Prepared by:
Lt. Adam J. Phillips, PIOGreenville Police Department