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A chase that started in Collier County and ended close to Daniels Parkway in Lee County exceeded one hundred mph on Interstate seventy five on Thursday afternoon, authorities stated.
Jermaine A. Bailey, 24, of Lehigh Acres, was arrested and faces a number of expenses.
Collier deputies responded shortly after 2 p.m. to Collier and Davis boulevards in East Naples to a potential battery and aggravated assault with a car. They noticed two automobiles — together with Bailey’s black 4-door Ford — pull right into a doughnut store on Davis, the arrest report states.
A deputy drove in behind each automobiles to speak to the drivers. Each automobiles entered the drive-through lane, however then the Ford pulled away, turning onto Davis and slicing off a number of automobiles, the report states.
The deputy activated lights and sirens and pursued the black Ford, which ultimately headed north on I-seventy five. The Ford driver sped and was erratic, chopping off a number of automobiles as he handed on the left and proper shoulders of I-seventy five, the arrest report states.
The Ford exited at Daniels and headed east, turning northwest onto State Street eighty two. The Ford driver misplaced management and crashed right into a wooded space, and the lone occupant — Bailey — fled on foot, the arrest report states.
Collier and Lee deputies looked for the driving force and reported they discovered Bailey within the 900 block of Meadow Street (SR eighty two) and arrested him.
Occasions resulting in the chase started in East Naples, when a 21-yr-previous lady informed authorities she met Bailey within the parking zone of Freedom Sq. alongside Triangle Boulevard close to U.S. forty one East and Collier Boulevard. The lady needed to go away, however Bailey demanded her pockets, telling her he wanted 50 cents, the arrest report states.
Bailey ultimately rammed his automotive into the lady’s car, the report states. She adopted Bailey till deputies confirmed up on the doughnut store.
Bailey faces expenses of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon with out intent to kill, battery-touching or putting one other individual, excessive-velocity reckless fleeing and eluding regulation enforcement officers with lights and sirens activated, and driving whereas his license was suspended, first offense.
He had been arrested 9 occasions in Lee County since 2012, most lately in August on housebreaking and larceny expenses.
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