Suspect Arrested After Pursuit Enters Hunt County, Eventually Coming To A Stop On Wesley Street.

Over the weekend Fate Public Safety Officers pursued a person into Hunt County.

K-9 Officer Dubetsky observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed east on I-30 and attempted to stop him. When Officer Dubetsky caught up to the vehicle and ran the license plate, dispatch advised the vehicle owner had a warrant for Aggravated Robbery from Collin County and was considered armed and dangerous.

The driver failed to stop and led Officers through Royse City Eastbound down I-30. With the vehicle refusing to stop, it made its way into Hunt County where Caddo Mills PD & Hunt County Sheriff’s Office joined in on the pursuit. Per scanner reports the vehicle traveled onto the I-30 Eastbound service road, eventually turning onto Farm Road 1903 near the Caddo Mills Pilot Truck Stop.

The vehicle took several County Roads off of FM 1903 bringing the chase out onto Farm Road 1570, the small silver car finally came to the intersection of Hwy 34 & FM 1570, the chase headed North into the city limits of Greenville. As the pursuit came into the 8400 block of Wesley Street the suspect took off out of the vehicle on foot.

After a short foot pursuit the suspect AHMED BINFAZAL AFEEF was apprehended behind a business by officers, where K-9 Denzel encouraged him to surrender, which he did. During the foot chase a Royse City Officer injured his hand. Officers from Royse City, Caddo Mills, Hunt County Sheriff’s Office & Greenville all assisted.