A man driving erratically through Deep Ellum early Sunday critically injured a pedestrian, rammed a vehicle and struck a police horse, Dallas police say.
The man, identified later Sunday as 25-year-old Adonis Hartfield, was driving at a high speed westbound in the 2600 block of Elm Street and rammed his truck into another vehicle, police said.
He continued on and hit a pedestrian, who was hospitalized in critical condition, and a Dallas police horse.
The two people in the vehicle that was rammed and the horse were uninjured, police said.
Hartfield was taken into custody in the 1400 block of Ross Avenue after two wheels came off his pickup and the truck stopped, police said.
He faces charges of intoxication assault with a vehicle, accident involving serious bodily injury and possession of marijuana, police said.
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His bond had not been set as of Sunday night.