Traffic stop leads to chase, arrest


DUBLIN — A regulation enforcement chase on Saturday, June 4, resulted in the arrest of just one personal on numerous prices.

According to a report from the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office, its Group Influence Group was performing a saturation patrol in the Dublin spot. Deputies observed a motor vehicle without two performing headlights and, when the Neighborhood Effect Group turned all around on the car, the suspect auto elevated its price of pace striving to evade the deputy.

“The deputy was able to capture up to the suspect car and attempted to halt identical,” said Sheriff Jim McVicker in a press release. “The automobile continued to evade the deputy (and) the suspect automobile was noticed functioning in the wrong lane of vacation numerous times.”

McVicker included that the North Carolina Condition Freeway Patrol was contacted to support with the auto pursuit.

The suspect auto ultimately stopped following approximately a 10-mile pursuit. Deputies have been capable to acquire the suspect, Bakari McKoy, into custody devoid of incident.

Bakari was charged with felony flee/elude arrest basic possession of cannabis have drug paraphernalia driving while license revoked driving even though impaired and was also served with outstanding warrants for an arrest for assault on a woman.

Bakari acquired a $6,500 safe bond for Saturday’s expenses and no bond for the assault on a feminine demand.

W. Curt Vincent can be reached at 910-862-4163 or [email protected].