Man who held a woman hostage crashes into a utility pole when fleeing from officers

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Officials arrested a man on Sunday after he allegedly hid in a woman's bedroom.

Members of the Williamson County Sheriff's Office received word from a woman reporting domestic battery in her home on Sunday around 9:10 a.m. Deputies arrived at the scene to learn the woman arrived at her property Saturday afternoon around 4:00 p.m. to find suspect Larry D. Parsons in her bedroom.

The woman possessed a restraining order against Parsons for prior interactions. According to a release from the sheriff's office, Parsons attacked the woman at her house on Saturday with a knife and hit her with a metal object. He continued to hold her until her escape Sunday morning.

Parsons mugshot
Williamson County Sheriffs Office
The woman told police Parsons told her "We're both going to die tonight."

Deputies met the woman offsite to check on her and send her to medical help. They then proceeded to her residence to find Parsons taking a number of the woman's possessions.

Police said, parsons drove from the scene, beginning a chase. He tore through Cambria, where he spun out of control and destroyed a number of poles connecting power lines. Parsons himself spun into a ditch.

Officials used the "jaws of life" to get Parsons from his vehicle and then immediately brought him to a hospital.

After treatment, deputies sent Parsons to the Williamson County Jail and issued him the following charges:

* Residential Burglary
* Aggravated Assault
* Aggravated Fleeing & Eluding
* Resisting Obstructing a Peace Officer
* Reckless Conduct
* Reckless Driving
* Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident
* Disobeying Stop Sign
* Failure to Signal When Required
* Improper Lane Usage
* Operating Uninsured Vehicle

Parsons received previous charges for violence toward fleeing from law officials.

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