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Three Dead in Grapevine Crash After Chase

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    Three Dead in Grapevine Crash After Chase
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    Three people are dead after a chase through six cities that ended in a rollover crash in Grapevine Sunday morning.

    Haltom City police say it started around 3:30 a.m. with an attempted traffic stop in the 2800 block of North Beach – officers tried to pull over a driver suspected of driving while intoxicated, but the driver refused to stop.

    During the chase, stop sticks were deployed but were unsuccessful.

    Haltom City Police say the chase continues through North Richland Hills, Hurst, Bedford, Euless, Colleyville and ended in Grapevine.

    Boy's Grandmother Foils School Shooting Plot

    [DFW] Boy's Grandmother Foils School Shooting Plot

    An 18-year-old Washington state student was arrested after a journal was found detailing plans to shoot his classmates at ACES High School in Everett. According to the Everett Police Department, the 18-year-old's grandmother called 911 Tuesday morning after finding the journal and believed the threats to shoot students at the school were credible.

    (Published Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018)

    Police said at the intersection of the State Highway 121 service road and Stone Myers Parkway, the driver went off the roadway, into a construction area. The Chevrolet SUV then went up an embankment of the William D Tate exit ramp where the driver lost control and the vehicle rolled down onto the northbound lanes of State Highway 360.

    All three men inside were thrown from the vehicle and died.

    Northbound 121 was shut down during the investigation.

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