Man charged after car chase and crash in Pharr
The alleged driver involved on a chase that ended in a crash along the expressway in Pharr, was officially charged with evading and resisting arrest.
The arraignment happened after the the suspect, 21-year-old Gerardo Espinoza, was released from the hospital.
He eventually crashed into a wall near Sugar Road.
Officials are still looking for two women who were traveling inside Espinoza’s car at the time. Both fled the scene after the crash.
Migrants headed to U.S. to be tested for COVID-19 by Tamaulipas organization
Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office searching for man accused of capital murder
Roma Police Department appoints new police chief
Border wall opponents celebrating Joe Biden's order to stop border wall funding
Differences between President Joe Biden and former President Barrack Obama's inaugurations