HILLSDALE COUNTY — The Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Workplace is requesting warrants for the motive force who led deputies on a short-lived pursuit Sunday evening in southern Hillsdale County.
Hillsdale County Sheriff Tim Parker stated Monday morning that deputies had pulled over a car and once they approached the car and acknowledged the motive force as a needed particular person, they tried to order him out of the car, however he as a substitute took off main deputies in pursuit.
The person was recognized as 34-year-old George Forrest Brown of Camden.
Parker stated that Brown is needed in connection to a stolen leisure car (camper) out of Tennessee the place methamphetamine was found inside. The R.V. has been recovered and officers had been awaiting a warrant to be licensed from the prosecutor’s workplace for Brown’s arrest.
Brown may also face further felony expenses for fleeing police.
Preliminary reviews point out Brown, who was driving a black Cadillac Escalade left the roadway and traveled by means of a area when deputies misplaced him.
Throughout the pursuit, Brown was in a position to cease at Hillsdale Highway and Reynolds Highway and drop off a passenger who was discovered and interviewed by troopers with the Michigan State Police.
Brown was alleged to have been armed with a handgun Sunday evening.
Data as to Brown’s whereabouts needs to be relayed to the Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Workplace at (517) 437-7317 or by dialing 911.