June 05--Local officers chased a Quincy man into Chattahoochee, reaching speeds of 100 mph, on Sunday after the man failed to pull over for a traffic stop.
Brandon Jackson was charged with aggravated fleeing or eluding, reckless driving, possession of marijuana, possession of crack cocaine and no valid driver's license.
Around 1:11 a.m. on Sunday, a Jackson County Sheriff's Office deputy saw a vehicle speeding eastbound on Old Spanish Trail in Sneads. According to a Sheriff's Office press release, the deputy attempted to stop the car, which accelerated to about 100 miles an hour.
Sneads Police Officer Ashley Johnson joined in the chase throughout the city streets. While trying to elude the officers, Jackson hit the front and right front of Johnson's cruiser. The chase continued into Chattahoochee, where Jackson lost control of his car, hitting the cruiser of a Chattahoochee police officer. Jackson fled on foot and was taken into custody.
Jackson was booked into the Gadsden County Jail for first appearance.
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