UPDATE: High-Speed Chase Ends in Geneva County

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UPDATE AT 4:00 P.M., Press Release from Dothan Police Department -

On Friday August 23, 2013 at approximately 1:00 pm an employee from Mid South Bank located at 4015 W. Main Street contacted the Dothan Police Department in reference to a subject attempting to cash a counterfeit check.

A vehicle description was given for two additional subjects that were possibly involved. As Police units arrived, the suspect vehicle was seen leaving the parking lot.

The arriving officers attempted to perform a traffic stop, but the suspect’s refused to yield and a vehicle pursuit ensued.

The pursuit went through Western Dothan and into Geneva County, before ending in downtown Hartford. Two subjects were taken into custody where the pursuit ended. The subject at the bank was also detained.

The Dothan Police Department was assisted by the Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Geneva County Sheriff’s Office, and Hartford Police Department.

The investigation is ongoing and charges will be released at a later time.


Three men are behind bars following a multi-county police chase that ended in Hartford.

Officials with the Houston County Sheriff’s Office said it started Friday afternoon at a bank on the west side of Dothan. They believe it could possibly be related to a counterfeiting ring.

Officers arrested one man in Dothan.

The other two led police on a chase into Geneva County.

Houston County Sheriff Andy Hughes said his deputies did a pit maneuver and stopped the car in Hartford.

Sheriff Hughes said the suspects were trying to tear up multiple one hundred dollar bills. They could possibly be counterfeit bills. Deputies arrested the two Georgia men and brought them back to Dothan.

There are no reports of injuries at this time.

The Dothan Police Department is investigating.

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