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Deputies make arrests for meth-related charges
A Statesboro man who escaped and fled from Screven County authorities June 11 was apprehended early Saturday morning along with two other individuals.
William Anthony Taylor, 28, of Lee Street in Statesboro, was caught after an extensive two-day search.
Authorities say they attempted to serve a warrant for parole violation related to methamphetamine-related crimes. Taylor fled after being identified and stayed missing until the early morning on Saturday when he was found.
“First unit that got there saw him and attempted to stop him,” said Sgt. Brett Dickerson. “And he took off. We made a positive identification that it was him, and it wound up turning into a vehicle pursuit that led from around Bi-Lo eventually into a wooded area between Marla’s Mill Road and Cameron Road.”
Taylor is being charged with the following felonies: attempting to elude police, an outstanding parole violation, reckless driving and speeding.
Chyna Dammarell, 22, of Ardmore Street in Springfield, also was arrested. Dammarell is being charged with possession of methamphetamine and intent to distribute the drug. She had a prior warrant out for her arrest for state court.
“He crashed his vehicle into some trees on Cameron Road, and he and the female subject later identified as Chyna Dammarell both fled into the woods,” Dickerson said.
Joni Lynne Hendrix, 20, of Beardsville Road in Sylvania, also was arrested in connection to the pursuit and was charged with possession of methamphetamine.
“We had assistance from the Georgia State Patrol and, of course, the Sylvania Police Department and we appreciate their help very much, particularly their aviation unit and their assistance,” Dickerson said.