Wanted Man Leads Deputies on Chase While Carrying Meth and Cocaine

SAN ANGELO, TX – A man was arrested on Monday after leading deputies on a foot chase while attempting to serve a warrant for him.

On May 20, Deputies with the Tom Green County Sheriff's Office were serving a warrant for Marshall Williams, 37, for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.

They knew his residence to be at the River Palace apartments. When they arrived Williams immediately saw him and took off running. According to the affidavit, the chase was brief and when deputies finally caught him they searched him.

Deputies found two plastic bags with white rock like substances and one bag with a clear crystal shard like substance. Williams was then taken to Tom Green County Jail and booked for evading arrest and the warrant for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. Once at the jail the deputies tested and weighed the bags.

The two bags of the white rock like substances tested positive for cocaine and weighed 12.02 grams. The other bag tested positive for Methamphetamine and weighed 5.46 grams.

He was later charged with an additional manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance charge. In total he was booked for the warranted arrest for manufacture and delivery of a controlled susbtance, evading arrest, and manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. He is currently is the Tom Green County Jail on a $200,500 bond.



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