Just after noon Tuesday, an Abilene City Marshal was injured while making a traffic stop.
Marshal Tristan Parnell had pulled over a vehicle near the intersection of North 12th Street and Kirkwood.
He recognized the vehicle's passenger, 23-year-old Heather Neal, as a wanted criminal.
While Parnell's arm was inside the car, the driver, 22-year-old Drew Letz, took off -- dragging Parnell nearly 30 feet, officials told KTXS News.
Parnell is recovering from knee injuries, as well as cuts and scrapes.
The vehicle T-boned another car after it dragged Parnell, officials said.
The driver of that car complained of hip and back pain. He was transported to a local hospital for a check up.
Authorities said Neal and Letz fled on foot after the crash. With the help of witnesses, nearby Sheriff's deputies tracked the pair down. They said they found cocaine in Neal's bag.
Neal and Letz were arrested for aggravated assault on a police officer and evading arrest.
Neal was also arrested on charges of state jail felony possession of cocaine.
Letz's bond total is set at $125,000 and Neal's bond total is set at $150,000.