Three In Custody Following Arab High-Speed Chase
ARAB, Ala. (WHNT) Three people are in custody following a high-speed car chase in Arab.
Arab police say officers were involved in the chase Thursday afternoon.
Arab Police Chief Ed Ralston says the chase got up to speeds of nearly 100 miles an hour. Officers say they abandoned the chase, but then later found and arrested three people.
Chief Ralston says Kathy Edwards, Anna Sullivan and Jamie Bailey are in custody.
He says the three are facing several charges including possession with intent to distribute, reckless endangerment, and false reporting.
Police also seized 4 thousand dollars.
The three will be transported to the Marshall County Jail.
The chase stemmed from an attempted traffic stop.