LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss. (WTVA) – Lowndes County deputies were able to arrest a fleeing man on a drug-related charge.
According to the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Department, the arrest happened on Thursday, December 14.
Narcotic agents attempted to stop a vehicle near the intersection of Waterworks Road and Byrnes Circle in Columbus.
The driver, Timothy Ross Wilson, refused to stop and attempted to elude agents driving at a high-rate of speed, according to the sheriff’s department.
Wilson, 32, of Columbus, lost control of the vehicle and hit a truck in a yard on Byrnes Circle. He was then taken into custody.
Officers found approximately 40 grams of cocaine in Wilson’s vehicle.
He was charged with the possession of cocaine and felony eluding.
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