Man arrested after chase with CST

Written by  Monday, 07 July 2014 10:49

  According to Bulloch County Sheriff Lynn Anderson in a press release, Thursday investigators with the Statesboro-Bulloch Crime Suppression Team were patrolling in the Lanier Drive and Langston Chapel Road area and spotted a car driven by 28 year old Kenneth Smith, Jr., of Grady Johnson Road.  Anderson said Smith was wanted for selling cocaine. 


  Smith sped away pursued by investigators.  It ended on Seaborn Proctor Road when the car was stopped by officers.  Smith got out the car and got into a fight with several of the officers and had to be subdued by a Taser.  Anderson said several of the officers sustained minor cuts and scrapes during the scuffle. 


  Smith was placed in the Bulloch County Jail charged with on count each of felony obstruction of law enforcement, simple battery on law enforcement, fleeing and attemting to elude, driving without a license and three counts of sale of cocaine.


  Smith is being held in jail without bond.




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