Texas Suspect Tells Deputy to 'Kill Him' After High Speed Chase
by Zach Heilman on September 14, 2020
As a high speed chase came to an end in Texas on Sunday the suspect yelled at police to kill him before finally getting down on the ground.
A Montgomery County deputy was heading home on Saturday night when she spotted a vehicle coming into oncoming traffic. The deputy pulled the driver over.
During the traffic stop the suspect got irate and started to fight with the deputy before speeding off.
The deputy pursued the vehicle who was speeding at 100 mph. Eventually the pursuit came to an end when the suspect lost control of his vehicle and crashed.
The suspect refused to adhere to the deputy's order to get on the ground and continued to walk away as he was telling the deputy to kill him.
Eventually the suspect did get on the ground and other deputies who had arrived at the scene were able to place him under arrest and take him into custody.
The suspect has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a peace officer and evading arrest.
The deputy who chased the suspect sustained minor injuries.
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