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Deputies arrest woman after chase through Marlin

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Posted at 3:20 PM, May 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-10 16:50:13-04

MARLIN, TX — The Falls County Sheriff's Office arrested a woman in her 30s Sunday after a domestic violence call led to a chase on Highway 6.

Rebekah Escobar is facing charges for domestic disturbance, family violence, resisting arrest and assault on a peace officer.

Deputies were called for a domestic violence call in the Reagan area around 12:30 p.m., according to Falls County Sheriff Ricky Scaman.

After the deputy arrived, Escobar took off heading north on HWY 6.

Deputies set up spikes near the sheriff’s office and the front two tires of the car were disabled.

According to Sheriff Scaman, Escobar continued driving on the flat tires through the residential streets in Marlin.

She then rammed into the side of a vehicle driven by a deputy. The deputy was not hurt.

Sheriff Scaman says Esobar also tried to run over him but the vehicle became disabled.

He says he was not hurt.

Sheriff Scaman says Escobar was also arrested last Monday.

The Falls County Sheriff’s Office, Falls County Constable Precinct 1 office, and Marlin Police Department all responded.