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GSP, Bulloch and Bryan Co. Sheriff's Office involved in high speed chase

STATESBORO, GA (WTOC) -

Georgia State Patrol, Bulloch County Sheriff's Office, and Bryan County Sheriff's Office were involved in a high speed chase in Statesboro late on Saturday night, June 14th.

The chase started on Interstate 16 and then moved to State Route 67.

Spike strips were placed on SR 67 near the Hammocks residential area in Statesboro, that is where the woman and man fleeing police stopped the car.

After the car stopped the woman and the man now identified as Ernest Graham and Shavika Williams attempted to run from the vehicle but were unsuccessful in escaping.

Ernest Graham and Shavika Williams are now charged with speeding, fleeing law enforcement, and possession of marijuana and cocaine.

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