PHARR, Texas (ValleyCentral) — The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has identified the man that led multiple agencies on a chase Wednesday afternoon.
Jesus A. Castro Garza, 26, a resident of Pharr, was arrested Wednesday at a store in the Pharr area where the chase ended.
Authorities say Castro Garza was involved in a domestic dispute in the city of McAllen.
Troopers assisted the McAllen Police Department and attempted to stop the driver by deploying a tire deflation device. The driver then came to a stop.
When troopers approached the vehicle, Castro Garza drove towards officials in an attempt to leave the scene, said a press release.
DPS troopers then shot several times at the back right tire disabling the vehicle.
The 26-year-old then exited the vehicle and left on foot. He was then arrested.
Castro Garza is charged with one count of evading arrest and three counts of abandonment, endanger of a child criminal negligence.
The Texas Rangers are continuing the investigation.