Rowlett drive-by shooting suspects caught in fiery crash in Dallas


Two men are facing charges following a drive-by shooting, police chase and fiery crash that ended in Old East Dallas.

A woman told police her ex-boyfriend fired shots at her Rowlett home around 12:40 a.m. Friday. No one was hurt in the shooting, but she told police she believed the shooter was her ex-boyfriend. An officer spotted the car he was in on westbound I-30 just minutes later and followed it into Dallas, where the chase began.

The two male suspects in a Chevy sedan tried to make a U-turn on Haskell Avenue, but police said they were going too fast and lost control. The car hit a concrete median and caught fire near the Central Expressway.

The suspects were not hurt and police quickly took them into custody, just before the vehicle burst into flames. They've been identified as Zseron Dukes (the ex-boyfriend) and Gary Grayson.

Officers also recovered a gun they said the men threw out during the chase.

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