A man in Texarkana was arrested Sunday and charged with possession of methamphetamine and evading arrest, the Bowie Country Sheriff’s office said.
The Bowie County Sheriff’s Office said they were acting on a tip regarding a man identified Jeremy David Moss who was in possession meth. Authorities said deputies located a vehicle driven by Moss near College Drive and Richmond Rd. The Sheriff’s office said that when a deputy approached the vehicle, Moss fled in his vehicle.
Vehicle being chased disabled by spike strips
After a lengthy chase, authorities said Nash police deployed spike strips and were able to disable the vehicle.
Authorities said they found 1.73 ounces of meth and a small amount of Xanex and marijuana.
The Bowie County Sheriff’s Office said that Moss was booked into jail and charged with drug possession and evading arrest.