Motorbike duo flee police, ultimately crash
Dec. 21—A multiple-agency police pursuit led to a collision after a motorbike driver and passenger fled from police by a number of cities Saturday night time, officers say.
In line with Cleburne County Chief Deputy Patrick Nolen, a Cleburne County deputy was conducting site visitors enforcement across the Alabama 281 and U.S. 78 space when he noticed a motorbike touring at excessive speeds with no license plate.
When the deputy tried to cease the motorist, the suspect evaded police and a pursuit occurred.
The deputy adopted the bike, which had a male driver with a feminine passenger, into the White Plains space, into Anniston/Oxford space the place Calhoun County Sheriff’s Workplace and Oxford Police Division took lead.
Throughout the course of the pursuit, legislation enforcement noticed the motorists “dump” a bundle of what they suspected to be medication, Nolen stated.
The pursuit ultimately led the chase over Tenth Road mountain towards downtown Anniston. In the meantime, the motive force of the bike tried a number of instances to “break verify” the police cruisers behind him in an effort to trigger an accident, or get them to cease the chase, Nolen stated.
Finally, it did trigger an accident on the nook of tenth avenue and Quintard in Anniston, with a police SUV colliding with the bike.
Each the motive force and passenger had been transported to an area hospital the place they had been handled for his or her accidents, Nolen stated.
The motorists names haven’t been launched as they haven’t been charged with a criminal offense but. Nolen stated each the motive force and the occupant will face a number of costs in a number of cities and counties, together with drug possession and numerous site visitors violations.
Workers Author Ashley Morrison: 256-236-1551. On Twitter: @AshMorrison1105.
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