Grayson County high-speed chase

A high speed chase in through Grayson County ends with one man under arrest.

Louis Rodriguez is charged with aggravated assault on a public servant and evading arrest with a motor vehicle.

Sherman police say they were responding to a domestic dispute on Walnut Street, when Rodriguez jumped into his car, speed out of the driveway and hit an officers car.

He then took off and the pursuit began. The Texas Department of Public Safety and Denison Police assisted in the chase, which ended in front of Rodriguez’s home on West Gandy in Denison.

Rodriguez jumped out of his car and held a knife to his throat. Officers used a taser on the man and took him into custody.

Rodriguez is currently being held in the Grayson County Jail.

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  • by victor Location: sherman 18080 s walnut on Jun 18, 2007 at 01:09 PM
    I'm friends with the son of the people that the guy was spying on and man that dude was drunk!
  • by Anonymous Location: Oklahoma on Jun 4, 2007 at 11:17 AM
    Where is your police patrol for the school zones? Where is you drug task force? As a tax payer you should be asking these questions. There is no reason why any child no matter where they go to school.
  • by Heather Location: Sherman on Jun 4, 2007 at 09:09 AM
    No, kidding. That whole area around Washington and St. Mary's is indeed a hell hole. We are unfortunate enough to be in that school zone even though we live south of town. I have been begging the principal and superintendent all year long to please do something to make our kids safer. People speed through in the am disregarding the school zone constantly. My daughter was almost run down walking through a crosswalk. They have no crossing guards at the intersections. It is a matter of time before a child is hurt or killed. This stuff doesn't happen at the higher income schools and it isn't fair. All SISD students deserve a safe school environment. Not to mention the scary apartments right acroos from Washington on Travis. Tell me it's not a crack or meth house... Scray people hang out all hours of the day, especially when school lets out. My daughter deserves better.
  • by Richie Location: Sherman on Jun 3, 2007 at 10:24 AM
    Walnut St. in Sherman is turning into a hell-hole. Just last week some drag racers destroyed the fence at the St. Mary's School playground. No one even bothered to call the cops. Drugs, drag racing, and domestic violence are becoming commonplace on that street. My neighborhood isn't safe any more.
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