A 17-year-old from Dallas, Georgia, allegedly led a Paulding County Sheriff's deputy on a chase at speeds of up to 110 mph during morning rush hour yesterday. The pursuit ended with the car crashing onto a residential lawn, and the teen has been charged with speeding, felony eluding of the police, felony interference with government property, minor in possession of alcohol, reckless and aggressive driving, driving without a license, leaving the scene of an accident, and 13 other criminal and traffic offenses.
The incident apparently began when the teen pulled up behind the deputy at a stoplight shortly after 8:00 a.m. Thursday morning. The deputy noticed the teen's "excessively loud music," got out of his cruiser and walked back to talk to the young man. Unfortunately, the 17-year-old was unable to produce a driver's license. When the deputy went back to his car, the teen allegedly sped off.
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