An overnight pursuit that started in Caddo Mills on I-30 Eastbound ends in Rockwall County Of Highway 205.
Overnight, Caddo Mills P.D attempted to pull over a stolen vehicle, once lighting the vehicle up attempting the traffic stop, the vehicle took off with speeds reaching 100mph. The chase started on I-30 Eastbound with the vehicle turning around at FM 1903 and heading back Westbound towards Rockwall.
Rockwall P.D was notified of the chase coming into their County, the pursued vehicle turned onto FM 2642 Northbound headed towards Highway 66, nearing 66 DPS Helicopter 101 caught up with the chase and started calling the pursuit for the ground units.
With K-9 moving to the front of the pursuit setting up for take down once the vehicle came to a stop, the pursuit continued on with Rockwall units attempting spikes near John King BLVD.
Once spiked the vehicle slowed down eventually coming to a stop on State Highway 205 in Rockwall. A felony traffic stop then took place, where the occupants of the vehicle were taken into custody.
No injuries were reported with this incident. Good job to all officers involved in this pursuit, and great job bringing this pursuit to a safe ending.
Auto Theft Investigator Kenneth Peters came across this vehicle, which is stolen in the Hunt County Area. While waiting for backup, The Hunt County Officer made it to the Hopkins County line where a pursuit started. Hopkins, Hunt & DPS Officer pursued vehicle before it wrecked out in front of the Sulphur Springs Burger King by Hopkins County Officers
On August 15, 2019 at approximately 10:15 A.M., a Cumby Police Officer was physically assaulted and the suspect fled in a vehicle westbound I-30.
The suspect in an attempt to elude police wrecked his vehicle in the area of I-30 and Erby Campbell Blvd. The suspect fled on foot to Walmart. Information obtained from the Cumby officer indicated that the suspect was armed with a pistol.
Royse City, Rockwall County Sheriff Deputies, along with DPS Troopers set up a perimeter. Walmart employees and citizens were evacuated from the store. A search of the facility along with the assistance of a Police K-9 found the suspect hiding inside.
The suspect was taken into custody and no citizens or law enforcement were injured. Thank you everyone for your cooperation during this chaotic situation. The public’s safety is always paramount.
A pursuit which started in Mckinney has ended in Fannin County involving an accident.
Officers from Collin County, DPS & Fannin County are in the area of Hwy 82 @ FM 100 for a pursuit that ended in a crash. Unknown the exact details at this time. What we know is officers got behind a vehicle which failed to stop. The suspect did hit police cars during this chase, which ended in Honey Grove.
Medics & Fire have been called to the scene for unknown injuries
A pursuit coming in from Delta County came to a stop inside Hunt County in the parking lot of Benson Brothers Wrecker Service.
Unknown on the exact details at this time, but we do know a pursuit started in Delta County with Commerce assisting in making the stop. DPS, Delta County S.O, Hunt County S.O & Commerce P.D are all on scene at this time.
A pursuit that started in the Rockwall area, ended in Greenville near Glen Oaks minutes ago. Greenville P.D & Rockwall County Sheriffs Office were involved in this pursuit. The suspect has been taken into custody.
This is a developing story and we will update when we learn more.
Gary Matthew Cleveland has been booked into the Hunt County Jail as of 05/15/2019 on charges of MTR/ASSAULT FAMILY/HOUSEHOLD MEM PREV CONV and a new charge of EVADING ARREST DETENTION.
Lone Oak officer 702 called pursuit of a vehicle back on May 7, 2019. Officer initiated a traffic stop and the vehicle took off down FM 513 S. The vehicle eventually stopped, with one male subject exiting the vehicle on foot, running into the woods. Lone Oak officers along with Hunt County Sheriff Officers attempted to locate the suspect. A local Helicopter service Mr D’s took Lone Oak officer 700 high above the tress donating his time and chopper in hopes of spotting the suspect running thru the woods.
Unfortunately the suspect was never caught that night, officers believe a Dodge pickup truck was able to help MR Cleveland make his escaped that night.
On May 8, 2019 Lone Oak released the identity of the suspect as, Gary Matthew Cleveland. All officers and other local departments were made aware of the situation. We can proudly say today that Gary Matthew Cleveland is in custody.
Good job to all the different departments that made putting this criminal behind bars.
A pursuit which started in Lone Oak, ends on FM 513 S with suspect bailing out of vehicle, and hitting the woods.
Around 7:00pm on 5/07/2019 Lone Oak officer 702 called into dispatch that he was in a pursuit. 702 advised he was Southbound on FM 513 S headed towards the Tawakoni area in pursuit of a vehicle with speeds reaching up to 100 MPH. Several other Hunt County officers shot that direction to backup officer.
Lone Oak officer 702 advised around the cross street of White Rock Dr, off of Fm 513 S, that the vehicle had slowed down to speeds of 35 MPH. The officer stated the subject had stopped the vehicle in the mentioned area above, and took off on foot into the treeline.
Several other Hunt County officers made scene to help search for the suspect. The tracking dog from Raines County was called in to assist. Officers searched the area for nearly 30 minutes, when local Mr D’s helicopter service joined in on the search via air helicopter.
Despite all of the officers searching, along with helicopter assistance, authorities were unable to locate the subject that ran from the vehicle. The officers over the scanner, stated subject possibly had a ride pick him up in a pickup truck, as dispatch received a call of a vehicle driving erratic in the area. The vehicle that suspect ran from was registered locally, so officers will have no problem catching this criminal.
The public is in no danger from this incident, officers do believe suspect left the area. We will give a more detailed update once Lone Oak releases a statement on what occurred.
Lone Oak officer called pursuit earlier this afternoon of a newer black Chrysler 300.
We have learned that Lone Oak officer 701 attempted to pull over a speeding vehicle, 62 in a 45. The vehicle failed to stop, starting the pursuit. Vehicle reached speeds as high as 150MPH, with the chase ending in Rockwall, after tires were spiked.
We have confirmed the driver of the car was a 16 year old Male subject from Balch Springs. He is being charged with, possession of marijuana & drug paraphernalia, also charges of eluding & a warning for no drivers license.
The passenger was a juvenile female from Lone Oak. She has had no charges filed against her as of now. She was transported back to the school, to be turned over to her parents.
This ended without any MAJOR accidents. With speeds of 150MPH, this would have killed these children, or any other vehicle this car may have hit. The driver stated he took off because he was scared.
We will update if anymore information comes available