Thursday, July 26, 2018

No effing way... another Abilene meth head story....

deputies placed Estrada in handcuffs and leg irons on Estrada in Wichita Falls with the assistance with 3 staff members.

When Estrada and the deputy were on Hwy 277 in Archer County, Estrada "was able to free one wrist from his handcuffs and use it to shatter the rear passenger-side window of the patrol car," according to the press release.

He then climbed on to the car and threatened suicide unless the deputy stopped, but the press release states the deputy refused and continued driving until backup units arrived

The Wichita Falls Sheriff's Office helped get Estrada to the Taylor County Jail, where he is currently being held on bonds totaling nearly $1 million dollars for various warrants, including several evading arrest incidents, robbery, and drug charges.

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