According to police, one was arrested Wednesday morning after five teenagers were involved in a police chase from Fort Worth to Hartom City.
Central officials saw a stolen vehicle moving north near 3300 blocks in North Sylvania shortly before 1 am, according to the Fort Worth police station.
Police said the vehicle was taken with the key.
According to police, police officers identified at least three people in the car and requested backups before attempting to stop traffic. When additional cops were deployed, the cops activated the red and blue emergency lights and the vehicle began to flee.
According to police, police officers tracked the vehicle until it crossed the oncoming lane and resumed tracking when the vehicle entered the correct lane.
Police said the stolen vehicle was damaged by the impact of the curb and eventually lost at least one tire, stopping near 4800 blocks in Hartom City’s North East Loop 820 at around 1:30 am.
According to police, the vehicle had a total of five passengers, all of whom were teenagers.
According to police, the driver was arrested for avoiding the stolen car and arrest and was transferred to a juvenile training school.
Police said all other residents were released on parents or guardians.
No pursuit injuries were reported, and police said the only damaged vehicle was a stolen vehicle.