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Three In Custody Following Pursuit

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UPDATE:

Two of the three suspects in a burglary and high speed chase early Thursday are now incarcerated in Fort Payne City Jail.

At 4:16 am that morning Fort Payne Police officers were dispatched to Kilgore Express Pharmacy at 103 Greenhill Blvd for a Burglary in Progress.

When officers arrived on scene they discovered front door damage and pieces of store inventory on the floor.

Police spotted the suspect’s vehicle and gave chase, when the driver failed to stop.

The pursuit continued northbound on I-59 and then onto I-24 westbound, where Tennessee Law Enforcement officials joined the chase.

The vehicle was eventually stopped and three suspects were placed under arrest by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

25-year old Terry Nunley and 39-year old Jason Morrison, both of Palmer, Tennessee are charged with Burglary 3rd and Possession of Burglary Tools.

Other charges are pending on both suspects, who were voluntarily returned to Alabama from Tennessee.

56-year old Harvey Layne is still incarcerated in Tennessee on charges there.

He will be returned to Alabama on completion of those.

At this time no bond has been set.

 

Previous Report:

A police pursuit on I-59 resulted in the arrest of three people early Thursday morning.

At 4:16 am Fort Payne Police officers were dispatched to Kilgore Express Pharmacy at 103 Greenhill Blvd for a Burglary in Progress.

When officers arrived on scene they discovered front door damage and pieces of store inventory on the floor.

A passerby advised authorities that the possible suspect vehicle is a black passenger car.

Police then spotted the vehicle on I-59 north with the rear license plate obstructed and attempted to make a traffic stop.

The driver did not stop and police gave chase with occupants of suspect vehicle throwing several items from vehicle onto the interstate.

The pursuit continued northbound on I-59 and then onto I 24 westbound, where Tennessee Law Enforcement officials joined the chase.

The vehicle was eventually stopped and three suspects were placed under arrest by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

Their charges with Tennessee Highway Patrol are unknown at this time.

There will also be forthcoming charges by the Fort Payne Police Department against these three subjects that will include burglary, and various traffic offenses.

 

 

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