UPDATE: Earl Nelson Jr., 38, Trinity Driver, 28, and Kendall Durham, 28, were arrested in Smith County after a manhunt on Thursday.

A TxDot Trooper tried to stop a Ford pickup for speeding in Southeastern Smith County when the vehicle evaded the Trooper for several miles.

The vehicle eventually came to a stop and all three occupants ran from the scene.

Police were able to capture one of the occupants, Nelson, but Driver and Durham were able to get away while Nelson was being arrested.

Officers from various law enforcement agencies arrived to the scene and set up a perimeter and a K-9 unit from the Smith County Sheriff's Office began to track the missing subjects.

The K-9 officer tracked the subjects to Driver's residence on County Road 2301. Driver refused to come out of the home after police tried to negotiate with him.

Detectives from the Smith County Sheriff's Office were able to get a search warrant to investigate Driver's home and an arrest warrant for him.

A SWAT team from Smith County entered the home and were able to take Driver and Durham into custody.

Later, police found out that the Ford pickup that Driver was operating was stolen somewhere in the Dallas area.

Based on evidence collected by law enforcement, detectives obtained an evidentiary search warrant for Driver's home and found various firearms and stolen items.

Police also found more evidence that connected him to several burglaries in surrounding counties.

Driver is charged with Evading Arrest/Detention with a Motor Vehicle, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle.

Police anticipate charges for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon for Driver. His bond is set at $100,000.

Durham is charged with Evading Arrest/Detention. Her bond is set at $2,000.

Nelson is also charged with Evading Arrest/Detention. His bond has not been set.


UPDATE: Sergeant Jean Dark with DPS says that a search warrant has been issued for a home off of County Road 2301 where the suspect is believed to be.

More details to come


Authorities are looking for a suspect that bailed from a car believed to be stolen.

The chase started around 3:30 Thursday afternoon when officers tried to stop the two suspects in a black Ford pickup.

The suspects bailed from the car at some point in the chase and one was taken into custody.

Police are still searching for the second suspect around County Road 2301 and Farm-to-Market Road 850 using K-9's, DPS helicopter and a drone from the Smith County Sheriff's Office.

They do not know if the suspect is armed and dangerous and do not have a description of the suspect at this time.

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