CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. — A Georgia man turned into arrested after he dragged a deputy “about 30 feet” whereas fleeing a site visitors stop, authorities say.
Elmer Pence, a 43-12 months-ancient from Acworth, is now facing charges including aggravated assault on a police officer and reckless driving, in keeping with the Cherokee Sheriff’s workplace.
The sheriff’s office noted in a press release that Pence changed into pulled over Saturday afternoon in Canton and “at some point throughout the traffic cease the deputy requested the driver exit the car and the motive force grabbed the deputy’s arm and commenced using away.
“The deputy become able to disengage from the driver after about 30 feet and was not injured,” the observation continued. “the motive force then fled the enviornment.”
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Police say they later discovered the vehicle abandoned, however a Georgia State Trooper managed to arrest Pence following a tip, Fox reported.
Pence is currently in custody at the Cherokee County adult Detention center without bond.