All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Garland County Sheriff’s Patrol Deputy Green investigated an injury crash on Adcock Road last Saturday.
Evidence at the scene showed that the grey sedan failed to yield to an oncoming Toyota truck at the intersection of Adcock Road and Douglas Drive.
70 West Fire Troops responded quickly and assisted with patient care and traffic control duties.
LifeNet dispatched an ambulance crew to the scene. They transported 1 person from the scene by ambulance.
The driver of the sedan said that he was in pursuit of a theft suspect that had just departed the scene of a breaking and entering of his friend’s truck at McDonald’s on Airport Road. Douglas Drive leads from McDonald’s through the neighborhood. Witnesses reported that the civilian pursuit reached speeds of 60Mph – 70 Mph through the neighborhood which has a posted speed limit of 20 Mph. The driver stated to me that he was trying to get close enough to the suspect vehicle (a grey pick up truck with Louisiana tags) to get the license plate number, got carried away and went through the stop sign which led to the crash.
After Dep. Green finished up with the crash paperwork, he headed over to McDonald’s and took the B&E/theft report for the owner of the truck.
The theft suspects were described as “women that looked like men”. No arrests have been made with regard to the investigation involving the truck at McDonald’s – yet.