Man arrested after leading officers on chase in Castle Hills, police say

One officer injured their ankle during the incident

An officer is injured and a man is in custody following a police chase in Castle Hills, according to authorities. (KSAT)

CASTLE HILLS – An officer is injured and a man is in custody following a police chase that began in Castle Hills and ended in San Antonio, according to authorities.

The incident happened around 6:30 p.m., Sunday, when Castle Hills police were trying to arrest a man who had a warrant for human trafficking of a child.

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Police pursued the man in his pickup truck across town. However, the situation escalated when the man got into San Antonio, crashed into an officer’s unit, got out of his vehicle and fled the scene on foot.

An officer chased him down but injured their ankle. No other injuries were reported and the injured officer received treatment at the scene.

The man was caught in the 1700 block of Jackson Keller Road and was taken into custody. Police said he also faces an additional charge for evading arrest.

Further details are limited at this time. We’ll bring more updates as they become available.

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