Police Chase After Alleged Home Robbery Leads To Fatal Crash
A police chase in Frisco has ended in a fatal crash according to reporting from CBS in Dallas-Fort Worth. Here’s what the police told reporters.
On April 13 just before 5 AM, the officers were called to an apartment complex in the 4100 block of Frisco Green Avenue. The reason was for a possible home-invasion robbery. On the way there, they received information that a silver 2019 Chevrolet Corvette was seen leaving the area. Police found the car on Gaylord and attempted to perform a traffic stop.
However, the car sped off instead down Cowboys Way and Dallas Parkway. This triggered a chase that ended at Warren Parkway. The speeding car ran through a red light and crashed into a white pickup. The car’s driver was killed at the scene. The driver of the pickup suffered injuries as well and was taken to a local area hospital.
Police are seeking more information about the crash. If you have any information, please contact to Frisco Police Department.
Chasing after a suspect is a difficult decision. Police chases put everyone on the road at risk, but sometimes the risk is worth it to capture a dangerous criminal before they get away. As was seen in this case, fleeing vehicles often break the law to try to get away. Unfortunately for the driver, his red light running ended his life.