UPDATE: Police Chase Spans Two Counties, Ends In Marshall County

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MARSHALL CO., Ala. (WHNT) — A chase ends with a man in custody facing charges.

Brian Kennedy fled Morgan County deputies during a routine traffic stop from southeast Morgan County in the Hulaco community to Evermore Lane in Marshall County.

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department helped in the chase when it entered Marshall County and stopped the car with spike strips.

Morgan County deputies called in the department’s K-9 unit to help when Kennedy took off on foot near Arab.

Eventually the Kennedy was caught and taken into custody by Morgan County deputies.  Three ounces of Ice Methamphetamine in his vehicle with a street value of $9,000.

During the end of the chase a Morgan County deputy was treated for injuries at the scene with no major injuries.



  • Michael

    “…the cost of the drug war is many times more painful, in all its manifestations, than would be the licensing of drugs combined with intensive education of non-users and intensive education designed to warn those who experiment with drugs. ”

    -William F. Buckley Jr.

    • Randy

      Yes Michael, lets have counties full of meth addicts stealing everything they can get their hands on to feed their habit

      • Michael

        The war on drugs has been counterproductive and has failed. The threats of extensive prison time prevent the addicts from asking for the help they need. Incarceration also costs much much more than treatment and therapy do.

        I’m for legalizing marijuana, proven to be less harmful than alcohol, and for the decriminalization of ALL drugs. Before anyone suggests that drugs would then be everywhere and the streets flooded with addicts, I suggest reading up on how Portugal handled its drug problem. It’s almost completely opposite of ours, and it’s working a heckuva lot better. The fears aren’t true.

      • John Doe

        @Randy- I have an idea…let’s make it illegal so they won’t do it and if they do lets burden the rest of society with over crowded prisons and once they get out they are felons & can’t get jobs that pay a decent wage and create a compounding problem with ripple waves throughout the rest of society.

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