Suspect arrested after hurting two deputies in chase, Lubbock County SO says

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LUBBOCK, Texas — One suspect was in custody after a pursuit in North Lubbock County on Monday.

At approximately 1:30 p.m., Lubbock County Sheriff Deputies were attempting to serve a warrant in the 6800 block of North County Road 1630, according to an LCSO news release.

The release stated when deputies made contact with Codie Dee Seale, 33, , he fled in a vehicle running over the foot of one deputy and struck the other deputy with an open door.

Officers then chased after him in a vehicle pursuit east on FM 2641 with speeds of 90 to 95 mph.

Then, the suspect got out of his vehicle and ran away behind a residence in the 3600 block of FM 2641, the release states.

Seale was wanted on a warrant out of Ector County for failure to appear, assault by strangulation family violence with a $30,000 bond.

Both deputies were taken to University Medical Center with minor injuries, the release states.

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