Police say they were chasing the vehicle since they believe it was involved in multiple burglaries.
DALLAS — Dallas police are now investigating a crash that happened at the end of a car chase involving Garland police.
The Garland Police Department said officers were going after a vehicle that was believed to be tied to multiple robberies.
They started following the vehicle shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday, saying the suspects were “armed and were considered extremely dangerous.” Police said a weapon was discharged during a previous incident.
The car chase entered Dallas and stopped in the 12200 block of Greenville Avenue when the driver of the suspect vehicle lost control. The vehicle overturned and all five people inside were ejected, according to Garland police.
Police said three people were taken to a hospital with unknown injuries. The other two tried to flee on foot but were quickly captured. The two were treated at the scene and taken into custody.
Police later said one of the people hospitalized died at the hospital.
The driver of the suspect vehicle was identified as Joey William Jarvis, 18, of Dallas. He was arrested and will be charged with evading arrest causing serious bodily injury and engaging in organized criminal activity, police said.
Further details on the other people in the vehicle were not immediately released.
Garland police said no other vehicles were involved in the crash and no officers were hurt.