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Police Chase Through Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls Police spent part of their Sunday afternoon in high speed pursuit.  A chase started after someone in a stolen car had a confrontation with a police officer just before 5:00p.m. The driver of that stolen car took police through several northwest Wichita Falls neighborhoods for about 15 minutes before stopping on Kell West near Wenonah. The driver was arrested. Two other people in the car were able to get away from police. Officers are still looking for those two. The driver is awaiting several charges in jail.

Stay with Newschannel 6 as we continue to get more information from Wichita Falls Police.

 

 

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