Suspect arrested after police chase ends in Thomasville

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THOMASVILLE, N.C. -- A police chase that began in Davidson County ended in Thomasville Monday afternoon, according to a news release from the sheriff's office.

Larry Brandon Jones, 40, of Thomasville, is charged with felony attempt to elude, resist/obstruct/delay, possession with intent to distribute drugs and other charges.

The chase began on Remer-Regan Road where a deputy saw the vehicle displaying fake tags.

The chase continued on several streets in Davidson County and the city limits of Thomasville.

Authorities performed a PIT maneuver in the 1100 block of Randolph Street to stop the suspect vehicle.

Jones got out of the vehicle and fought with a police officer and a deputy. He broke away from authorities and was tased and handcuffed, the release said.

Jones was taken into custody by Davidson County deputies.

The sheriff's office said Jones threw small plastic bags out the window of the car at three different locations during the chase. The bags are believed to contain drugs. Authorities also located bags containing suspected drugs in Jones' pockets and in the car.

Davidson County deputies, Thomasville police and Highway Patrol were all involved in the chase.

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