UPDATE: at 4:40 p.m.

Hartley County Sheriff’s Office announced and gave thanks to the agencies involved in the effort, agencies included the Dallam County Sheriff’s Office, Dalhart Police Department, DPS and DPS aircraft, State Game Warden, Stratford Police Department, Dalhart Fire, EMS, Dispatch, Drone operator Zackary Jones, and citizens of the area.

Original Story

HARTLEY COUNTY, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Officials with the Hartley County Sheriff’s Office released information regarding a police chase that ended at US Hwy 54 and FM 27 on Sunday morning, resulting in an arrest.

According to a Hartley County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post, on Saturday, area units were in pursuit of Rechard Corley driving a Mustang on FM 27 before he wrecked.

Officials said both Corley and a female passenger exited the vehicle and ran into a cornfield. Hartley County said the passenger is unknown but identified as a female.

Hartley County detailed that the subject was identified as Rechard Corley from Ohio, according to officials he is a known gang member and was listed as dangerous by Ohio authorities.

The post detailed that the search was initially called off at around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday.

Later that Sunday officials said Corley was arrested at around 1:40 p.m.

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