Rushing Violation Leads To Quick Pursuit
GRAND PRAIRIE – The Grand Prairie Police Division obtained greater than they had been anticipating Thursday morning at round 2 a.m. once they stopped a 2004 black four-door Volvo for rushing.
As a substitute of pulling over for the police who had been making an attempt to make the cease for the site visitors violation close to I-30 and MacArthur, 18-year-old Irving resident Isaac Romero led Grand Prairie police on a pursuit as a substitute.
The brief pursuit ended within the 1700 block of W. Shady Grove, in Irving when the suspect’s car turned disabled after crashing into the curb in entrance of a home.
Romero then fled on foot right into a residence the place he barricaded himself and refused to return out.
Grand Prairie Police aren’t certain if Romero lived on the house through which he barricaded himself in, however the metropolis’s SWAT Staff responded. After a standoff that lasted a number of hours, the suspect was taken into custody at round 6:30 a.m., with out additional incident.
Romero was booked into the Grand Prairie Detention Heart on prices of felony Evading Arrest and two warrants out of Dallas County for Aggravated Assaulted with a Lethal Weapon and Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon.
The Grand Prairie Police thanked the Irving Police Division for his or her help within the incident and assist in taking the suspect into custody.
The suspect faces a number of prices together with evading arrest and is booked on the Grand Prairie Detention Heart.