An unidentified man is dead after rolling his car several times at the conclusion of a police chase in Dallas on Tuesday, Garland police announced. Just after 3 a.m., Garland police officers spotted a gray Acura sedan heading south on Shiloh Road near Forest Lane. The car didn't have a license plate. Officers stopped the car and asked the driver for his license.
The Acura's driver didn't have a license, according to Garland police. When the officer making the traffic stop returned to his car to attempt to identify the driver, the Acura sped off.
A brief chase ensued, covering the four blocks of Shiloh Road that separate Garland from Dallas. The driver wrecked at more than 100 miles per hour after hitting a utility poll, rolling the Acura in front of the New Fine Arts sex shop at Shiloh Road and Perimeter Drive.
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The car ejected the driver when it rolled, according to Garland police, and he died at the scene. Police also recovered a gun, reported stolen from Dallas, that they believe was thrown from the car during the accident.