High-Speed Chase in Bibb County Ends in Arrest After Suspect Targets Deputy

July 5, 2024
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High-Speed Chase in Bibb County Ends in Arrest After Suspect Targets Deputy

A wanted suspect’s high-speed escape attempt through Bibb County ended in arrest after a dramatic pursuit by the Sheriff’s Office.

🚨 The Details: On a recent evening, deputies from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office spotted a Honda CR-Z speeding at 70 mph in a 25-mph zone on Montpelier Avenue. When deputies initiated a traffic stop, the driver refused to pull over, sparking a pursuit.

🚓 The Pursuit: During the chase, the suspect not only attempted to evade capture but also deliberately struck a patrol unit, trying to force the deputy off the road. The chase concluded when a deputy successfully executed a Precision Immobilization Technique (PIT) maneuver, bringing the Honda to a halt.

📊 By The Numbers:

  • Speed: 70 mph in a 25-mph zone
  • New Charges: Over a dozen additional charges on top of the existing warrant

🌍 The Big Picture: High-speed chases like this one occur frequently across the United States, often leading to accidents and fatalities, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The S.R.T. Unit’s quick action in this instance is part of the ongoing efforts by law enforcement to address such situations.

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