...According to the probable cause warrants filed by Plano police, an officer stopped Pierce for speeding on April 16 and found he had an outstanding warrant in Irving. The officer reported that Pierce seemed nervous and told her "he had been accused of several offenses in the past that he had not committed."
According to court documents, Pierce tried to drive off, dragging an officer with him and knocking another one to the ground. The other officer wrestled with Pierce, but he managed to drive off.
The officers suffered minor injuries...
The outstanding warrant in Irving was for speeding, a class C misdemeanor.