Police Arrest A Man For Leading Them On Two High Speed Chases

A Texoma man is behind bars accused of leading Wichita Falls police on two high speed chases.

Police were dispatched to a disturbance call in the 4400 block of Prince Edward on March 19th. Dispatch advised that David Bills, 47, had broken into a home and caused a disturbance. Bills had a motorcycle at the house.

When officers responded, they saw Bills on a motorcycle heading Eastbound on Prince Edward. Bills fled when the officer attempted a traffic stop. After a pursuit of 1.3 miles, the officer terminated due to safety reasons.

On the evening of March 20th, another police attempted to stop Bills on Seymour Highway. Police said he was traveling at a high rate of speed. Bills would not stop and the officer continued the pursuit into a residential area near 10th and Kemp, which eventually terminated on Avenue E.

After midnight that night, officers discovered the motorcycle at a home in the 4400 block of Prince Edward. Subjects outside the home said that Bills was inside the home. Officers could not get Bills to exit the home, so they impounded his vehicle.

Bills had a revoked and suspended license. He faces two charges of evading arrest.