A Moultrie man doesn't live up to his last name after fleeing from deputies and crashing his car into a house.
Colquitt County deputies say they tried to stop Antonio Wise for driving with a revoked license Tuesday (11/9). , but the 23-year-old took off, leading them on a high-speed chase.
They say as Wise tried to make a turn in front of Norman Park Elementary School, he went off the road, hit a dog, and crashed through a house on Middlebrooks Street.
Deputies say Wise's car caught fire, and the blaze quickly spread to the home. They say the residents were evacuated unharmed.
Wise faces multiple charges including driving with a revoked license and evading an officer.
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