Keaton Fox, NBC 5 News
A witness describes the end of a police chase in Fort Worth.
One person has been taken into custody after a chase in Fort Worth.
Police said Friday afternoon that officers working a scrap metal investigation on the 700 block of Throckmorton when they spotted a vehicle that had twice eluded them. They tried to stop the driver, and the chase ensued.
The chase wound through the north side for about a half hour before police were able to successfully deploy spike strips to flatten the driver's tires.
With three flattened tires, the driver pulled over and surrendered at a 7-Eleven Blandin Street and NE 28th Street.
The driver, whose name has not yet been released, was wanted on a felony warrant for auto theft and will now face additional charges of evading arrest.