KILLEEN (March 6, 2013)--Cody Ramon Robert Nolan, 26, was held Wednesday in lieu of bonds totaling $90,000, charged with two counts of evading arrest in a motor vehicle, evading arrest in a motor vehicle motion to revoke probation, resisting arrest and a misdemeanor count of evading arrest, according to Bell County Jail records.
The charges stem from a police pursuit Monday in Killeen.
In an arrest warrant affidavit, officers said on Monday they saw a red Chrysler and another car collide near the intersection of 10th Street and Veteran's Memorial Boulevard.
After the collision the officer saw the Chrysler leave the scene southbound on 10th Street.
As the driver of the Chrysler ran a red light and turned a corner, a woman jumped from the car and hit her head on the pavement as she fell, the affidavit said.
Within a short distance the driver of the Chrysler and another passenger jumped from the car as it stopped.
The passenger was able to elude police, but the driver returned to the car and as he tried to run again, was caught by police.
An officer used a stun gun to subdue the man and as he was being taken into custody found a handgun close by where he fell.
The weapon was recovered by another officer who came to the scene to assist in the arrest, the affidavit says.