4 men wanted in connection to high-speed chase that ended in crash at 37th St, I-16

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Police are still looking for four men wanted in connection to a stolen Mercedes that lead Port Wentworth police and the Georgia State Patrol on a high-speed chase.

The chase started in Port Wentworth and ended with a crash into an SUV on the 37th Street ramp off I-16 around 8:30 p.m. Monday night, causing it to roll. A responding trooper said after the crash, four black male suspects got out of the stolen Mercedes and ran from the scene.

One occupant in the SUV that was struck and rolled was transported to the hospital with minor injuries and has since been released.

Also at the crash scene, troopers say they arrested two different women for DUI. A witness to the crash, identified as Jennifer Rodriguez, 24, of Savannah, was charged with DUI and open container. Another driver that almost hit a cop in the intersection while the scene was blocked off, identified as Chiquita Nicole Jones, 39, of Jasper, FL, was charged with texting and driving, DUI, open container, providing false name and DOB, and failure to obey officer.

GSP and Port Wentworth Police continue to investigate.

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