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Police searching for driver who fled after car chase
Police pursued him in a three-mile chase that reached speeds of 55 miles per hour.
At the intersection of Orchard and Gulf roads, the driver and passenger got out of the Chevrolet and fled on foot.
Police have charged her with having an electronic bench warrant, resisting arrest, possession of a controlled drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He is described as a white man, 6 feet, 2 inches tall, 235 pounds with brown, almost shoulder-length hair and a few days of beard growth. He was last seen wearing a tan short sleeved shirt, jeans and black sneakers.
Police are asking anyone with information regarding his identity to call Lt. Duane Chickering, Chesterfield Police, at 363-4233 ext. 62.
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