Forgery Suspect Leads Lubbock Police On Chase - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/28/04

Forgery Suspect Leads Lubbock Police On Chase

A man suspected of forgery is now in the Lubbock County Jail.

Lubbock Police received a call from an auto parts store, about a suspicious check, just after 6 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. When police arrived at 2127 50th street, the suspect started running.

Douglas Cross was captured shortly afterwards, carrying methamphetamines. Police then went to question his wife, Tina, who was waiting in a truck nearby. She also fled, flee but police caught up to her when she crashed while crossing a median in the 2300 block of 50th Street. She is also in the Lubbock County Jail.

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