A motorcycle rider lead Fort Worth police on a chase through Fort Worth and Arlington. Police said the man was wanted on federal warrants and a parole violation and was a violent felon.
Police chased a motorcyclist through Fort Worth, Arlington, and other areas on Thursday before ending near North East Mall in Hurst.
Terry G. Sillers was chased by police along I-30, Loop 820, and other roads before being forced to stop on the shoulder of Loop 820 south of Northeast Mall.
Sillers was removed from the bike and taken away in a police vehicle.
Sillers was wanted for a controlled substance violation and has previously been convicted of possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver, theft of property, possession of a controlled substance, and burglary of a home, according to records retrieved by NBCDFW.
He was sentenced to 15 years in jail for the controlled substance charge in 1991, but released and paroled multiple times after that conviction.
Chopper video showed police subduing Sillers and what appeared to be an officer punching him. Fort Worth Police Sgt. Pedro Criado said, "we have been made aware of the incident that ocurred between our officer and a wanted felon at the termination of a pursuit today. The incident is under investigation, however its important to suspend judgement until that internal investigation is completed."