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High Speed Chase Ends in Suspect’s Suicide

 

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A high speed chase that began in Choctaw County Monday ended in Fannin County after the suspect committed suicide. Authorities say deputies went to check on a man identified as Josue Adrianzen when he grabbed a gun and sped away.  He then crashed into two patrol cars in Soper. Adrianzen then stole a pickup from a man at gunpoint and drove to Fannin County. Deputies then located him in Savoy and blocked the vehicle. Officers tried for several hours to talk him into surrendering, but the standoff ended when he took his own life.