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High speed chase through two counties leads in the arrest of three people

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 A high speed chased lands three people in jail.  

Saturday a Sequatchie County deputy clocked a vehicle going 84 mph in a 65 mph speed zone on State Route 111.  When the officer attempted to stop the vehicle, the vehicle fled with the pursuit going into Hamilton County at speeds in excess of 100 mph and weaving in and out of traffic. 

When the vehicles go to the curve past Jones Gap Road, the vehicle left the roadway and hit a tree. 

The driver of the vehicle crawled out of the passenger side window and took off on foot.  Officers were able to detain the driver and two other occupants of the car. 

The driver, 27-year-old Coty Ray Boles of Dunlap, was taken to Erlanger with minor injuries. It was discovered that he has active warrants from Hamilton County. 

The front seat passenger, 27-year-old Amber Nicole Boles, of Dunlap, was also taken to Erlanger for minor injuries. 

The third passenger, 34-year-old Thad Leroy McKee of Dunlap was arrested on active warrants out of Sequatchie County.  He is currently being held in the Sequatchie County Jail, without bond. Both Mr. and Mrs. Boles have not yet been booked in Sequatchie County for their charges.

A search of the vehicle and occupants resulted in multiple items of drug paraphernalia, approximately 6 grams of crystal methamphetamine, and over $700 in cash.

Mr. Boles awaits charges in Sequatchie County for Felony possession of Schedule II(Meth) for Re-sale, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Felony Evading Arrest, Felony Reckless Endangerment, Driving on a Suspended License, Speeding, and No Insurance. 

Mrs. Boles awaits charges in Sequatchie County for Felony Possession of Schedule II(Meth), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of a Prohibited Weapon. 

The Sheriff's Office was assisted by Soddy Daisy Police Department, Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol, and Hamilton County EMS.
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