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"A Fort Worth man is in the Wise County Jail on charges of evading arrest, after leading officers on a high speed chase from Mineral Wells to Bridgeport. 40 year old Brian Keith Edwards sped away from an attempted traffic stop in Mineral Wells about 3:00 a.m. Wednesday. After fleeing from Palo Pinto County, through Jack County and east to Bridgeport on Hwy. 380, he crashed his SUV into a bar ditch where it overturned and caught fire. Wise County Deputies pulled Edwards out of the wreckage and took him to jail. He was not injured in the crash.Authorities say Edwards drove in excess of 100 mph and forced oncoming traffic off 380. Two Wise County patrol cruisers were damaged when Edwards squeezed by them at an attempted road block in a Bridgeport industrial park. He is also being held on a felony DWI warrant from Tarrant County. Charges are pending in Mineral Wells." Source: KTFW

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Anonymous said...

I thought this was interesting from the same source:

Posted Friday, August 26, 2005 by countrynews

Ten North Texans have been named in a nationwide Federal lawsuit for illegally downloading music off the internet.

The suit filed by several major record labels accuses over 150 people of copyright infringement. The ten cases in North Texas include a Cleburne man, a Stephenville woman and a Bridgeport woman. The other seven are from Tarrant County. All 10 complaints show the music was downloaded from a file sharing network called Kazaa.