Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building.
Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building. Dallas Morning News video screengrab
Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building. Dallas Morning News video screengrab

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  • Suspect's vehicle flips after dramatic police chase

    The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office has released dashcam footage of a December 28 police chase during which shots were fired at a patrol car. The chase ended when the suspect’s vehicle, a Ford Explorer, flipped. Virginia State Police said the chase began shortly after 11:30 am on December 28 when the suspect refused to stop on Interstate 95. During the pursuit, police said, shots were fired from the suspect’s vehicle. One bullet, police said, penetrated a patrol car’s windshield. “The trooper escaped injury when he ducked to the side and the bullet lodged in his driver’s seat,” police said.