Multi-county chase ends with DPS using spike strip
SMITH COUNTY — After a two-county chase on I-20, Van Zandt and Smith County troopers were able to stop a woman running from law enforcement with a spike strip.
The driver, Tammy Scarborough, tried to evade authorities at speeds up to 90 mph after not initially pulling over for speeding.
Scarborough did pull over 2 times, but then sped off and was eventually stopped with a spike strip.
Scarborough is charged with evading arrest.
DPS officials were seen leaving the scene of a high-speed chase on I-20 with a black SUV.
KETK has not yet confirmed the driver was in law enforcement's custody.
Smith County DPS officials tell KETK they are chasing a vehicle down Interstate 20.
They say the vehicle is heading Eastbound and crossed into Smith County around 11:00 a.m. on Monday.
The vehicle has pulled over numerous times, only to take off down the road again.
DPS says they are setting up spikes to catch the runner.
KETK has a crew on the way and will provide more details as they become available.