One of Waco's most wanted fugitives is off the streets after a high speed chase in McLennan County Thursday.
The U.S. Marshal's task force has been tracking a man they considered a high profile ex-convict for weeks, and Thursday they caught him.
Tommie Saulters is no stranger to law enforcement.
He was facing theft and a state parole violation after being charged with possession of a controlled substance.
For the past couple of weeks the U.S. Marshals have had their eye one fugitive, 36-year-old Tommie Saulters.
"This is another one of our McLennan County dirt bags," said U.S. Marshal Kevin Scott.
Just before four, the Marshals, who'd been tracking Saulters, tried pull him over and serve an arrest warrant.
But that's when things got out of control.
"At the beginning of the chase on Valley Mills Drive, he attempted to run one of our officers off the road," said Scott.
Making his way through Beverly Hills, back to Highway six, then on to 185, Saulters took officers on a long and dangerous chase, going more than 100 miles per hour.
"He's known to carry a weapon, you know the word on the street is that he carries a weapon always and that he'll use it," said Scott.
During the chase, police said he called 911 and told them he was going to kill everyone in the car.
He was also waving his hand out of the window implying he had a gun.
"I was at the back of the pack they were attempting to block him in over here and he ran into the back of an officer's car, a state officer's car," said Scott.
Ending at Park Lake and 22nd, the chase was finally over.
"I just happen to walk out and check my mail and saw my yard filled with people and all these cop cars up and down Park Lake," said Lisa.
"Me and my friends were just riding our bikes and we just seen a lot of cops and the dude sitting in the ground," said Michael Kidwell.
Also in the car were 41-year-old William Davis and 31-year-old Carrie Woodlock.
After questioning, Davis was let go, but Woodlock was arrested for hindering apprehension.
"I'm just happy that they were able to catch them and get something good done," said Lisa.
Saulters is facing a state parole violation, aggravated assault of an officer, resisting and evading arrest, and possibly some other charges.