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W.F. Man Accused of Leading Police On A Chase

A Wichita Falls man is facing multiple charges connected to a police chase.

Police say it all started around 6 p.m. Tuesday when 50-year-old Charles David Williams tore up a display at the Dollar Saver on Kemp.

Officers say after that Williams tried to leave in a white pick up truck and attempted to run over an employee who was trying to get the tag numbers off the truck.

Police spotted Williams heading west-bound on Seymour Highway.

They had to chase after Williams until he finally stopped in a parking lot in the 3200 block of Old Iowa Park Road, but there was still struggle.

Officers had to taze Williams to place him in custody.


He faces several charges including evading arrest and aggravated assault.

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