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By: Fox S.A. Staff
The man driving down Highway 151 the wrong way this weekend now faces charges he was drunk behind the wheel. Police say 22-year-old Eric Alcaraz was going east in the westbound lanes Saturday night when he slammed into Francisco Jimenez. Firefighters had to pull both men out of their cars. Alcaraz was flown to University Hospital where at last check he was in critical condition. Jimenez is expected to be okay.
Texas authorities searching for escaped prisoner
May 25, 2013 18:12 GMT
OLNEY, Texas (AP) -- North Texas authorities are searching for a prisoner who escaped from a van transporting him and others from Louisiana to Florida.
Olney Police Chief Barry Roberts says 33-year-old Michael Rimmer apparently escaped about 1 a.m. Saturday during a stop at a convenience store in the town northwest of Dallas.
Roberts says a Rimmer, who's from Florida, was part of a group in the custody of a private company that transports inmates. He says the group was in Olney but Rimmer was discovered missing when the van stopped in Terrell, 160 miles away.
The Young County Sheriff's Office and the Texas Department of Public Safety are also involved in the search.
Roberts says Rimmer has a history that includes assaulting a police officer and drug distribution. Rimmer is considered dangerous.
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