UPDATE: Suspect still at large following high-speed chase
The search continues for a suspect who led Hamilton County Police on a county-wide pursuit Sunday morning.
Just after 4 A.M. on December 16, deputies attempted to stop a silver, 2016 KIA Forte (a vehicle which police later discovered to be stolen).
The driver of the vehicle, identified as Bradley Scott Moore, led police on a high-speed chase that started in the Soddy-Daisy area and ended near the 400 block of Runyan Drive.
The chase ensued along several roads and interstates including Interstate 75, Highway 153, Interstate 24, Morrison Springs Road, and Dayton Boulevard.
Both the driver, Moore, and passenger, DeJuan Underwood, exited the vehicle and fled from police on foot.
Underwood was located on Signal Mountain Road and was taken into custody. He was later arrested for Felony Evading, Possession of Methamphetamine, and Theft of a Motor Vehicle.
Moore is still at large.
If you have any information regarding Moore's whereabouts, you are urged to contact Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.
Chase started around Dayton Pike/Sale Creek Lane:
Chase ended near the 400 block of Runyan Drive:
The chase went throughout Hamilton County.
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A Channel 3 photographer on the scene tells us one person was detained by police; the suspect at large ran off into the woods.
According to the Chattanooga Police Department, the chase began around Soddy-Daisy and ended off the Signal Mountain Road exit in Red Bank approximately 45 minutes later.
The call for a vehicle pursuit came in just after 4 o'clock Sunday morning.
Channel 3 is working to learn more about this active scene.