A woman has been arrested following a high-speed pursuit with multiple law enforcement agencies on Wednesday. Salina Mirano was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading arrest and theft of service. According to DPS, the pursuit started in Canton Wednesday afternoon. Mirano fled from police in a stolen silver Ford pickup. According to Van Zandt County Precinct 4 Constable Pat Jordan, at one point during the pursuit Mirano rammed the stolen vehicle into a patrol car.
Thursday, Texas Governor Gregg Abbott and country music legend George Strait visited the recovering city of Rockport. The coastal town, hit hard by Hurricane Harvey, is about 30 miles from Corpus Christi. "The people are still suffering greatly down there, as well as Houston, Port Aransas," Jill Oliver Lowe said. A Tyler resident and Rockport native, Lowe just returned to East Texas after assisting in relief efforts. “The rubble, the beds, the couches...everybody's lives on the street.
Two suspects are still on the run after a pursuit with law enforcement Wednesday morning. According to Cherokee County Sheriff James Campbell, early Wednesday morning deputies from his office took a report of a stolen pickup south of Rusk. Campbell said about an hour later around 1:30 a.m. the stolen vehicle was spotted at the Whataburger in Bullard. Campbell said that’s where the chase began. Deputies chased the vehicle into Tyler.
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