Driver in Custody After Multi-County High Speed Chase

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Florida Department of Law Enforcement Release

February 28, 2013

MADISON COUNTY - Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tallahassee Regional Operations Center are investigating the officer involved shooting that led to a high-speed chase on I-10 from Madison County to Baker County.

The incident happened earlier today, February 28, when Madison County Sheriff's deputies stopped a vehicle for a speeding violation. During the course of the traffic stop, an altercation occurred, shots were fired, and the chase began. FDLE, at the request of Madison County Sheriff's Office, is investigating the use for force.

The suspect's vehicle, driven by Terrick Shadon Lundy, 26, crashed in Baker County and Lundy fled on foot. He was apprehended a short time later in a wooded area near I-10 in Baker County. A passenger in the vehicle, Ronnie Bernard Williams, 31, was apprehended inside the vehicle.

Lundy is being charged with aggravated assault, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and felony fleeing and eluding. Charges against Williams are pending.

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the traffic accident and may pursue additional charges.

The search for the driver has ended and all suspects are in custody.

According to Jeff Frost, Public Information Officer with the Florida Highway Patrol:

This morning, The Madison County Sheriff's Office stopped a vehicle for speeding. Florida Highway Patrol stopped to assist. The driver fled from the deputy and then traveled through Suwannee, Columbia and into Baker County. The pursuit ended with a vehicle crash. A passenger was arrested. The driver fled into the woods. The Columbia County and Baker County Sheriff's Offices assisted, Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission also assisted with a helicopter.

The driver has not yet been found.

WCTV will bring you more information tonight on Eyewitness News.

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