Already facing an escape charge from a previous incident, Reynaldo Salazar of Brownwood managed to get out of a patrol car Saturday as a deputy drove him to jail and was caught after a half-mile foot pursuit, sheriff’s officials said.
    Salazar, 30, was arrested on multiple charges including a new escape charge and resisting arrest, and remained jailed Monday in lieu of bonds totaling $230,000, Brown County Jail records state.
    According to deputy Carlyle Gover’s report:
    Gover tried Friday to serve Salazar with a sealed indictment for evading arrest and a bond forfeiture for delivery of a controlled substance while Salazar was in a back yard in the 1000 block of Santa Clara in Brownwood.
    Salazar fled on foot and Gover could not take him into custody.
    Gover went back to the home Saturday and requested help from other deputies and Brownwood police. The homeowner allowed Gover and deputy Jose Rodriguez inside, and the deputies found Salazar in a bedroom. Salazar climbed through a window and got outside, where he encountered deputy Byron Langley.
    Salazar tried to pull away from Langley, and Gover and Langley took Salazar to the ground. Salazar continued to resist, and it took six deputies and officers to get Salazar handcuffed and taken into custody.
    As officers walked Salazar to a patrol vehicle, Salazar feigned illness and tried to get away from the officers, who took Salazar once again to the ground.
    Rodriguez drove Salazar toward the jail, stopped at the security gate and waited for the gate to open. Salazar was able to get out of the vehicle and began running, followed by deputies on foot. The pursuit went through fences, brush and open fields, and Rodriguez deployed his Taser.
    Salazar went to the ground, resisted arrest and tried to escape from Rodriguez. Rodriguez got control of Salazar and took him to the jail.
    In October, Salazar had a warrant when he fled from a traffic stop, deputies said earlier. Deputies arrested Salazar several days later when they found him hiding under a trap door in a Brownwood home, deputies said.