WEST POINT, Miss. (WTVA) -- West Point police say a man wanted since July 2013 was arrested following a car accident on Wednesday.
Authorities booked Jamond Nance, 24, after he tried to get away from a police officer who was attempting to pull him over. In his attempt, the vehicle Nance was driving hit another vehicle.
Officers say Nance had two large bags marijuana and a loaded handgun in plain view in his vehicle. The gun was reported stolen in another jurisdiction.
He was charged for felony fleeing, possession of marijuana and possession of a stolen firearm.
Police Chief Tim Brinkley says Nance was also wanted on prior charges of felony fleeing and possession of drugs.
His bond is currently set at $75,000.
Additional charges are pending, including those associated with the accident and injuries to another person.
Anyone with information about this ongoing case is asked to call the West Point Police Department at (662) 494-1244.