Cherokee County 911 received the BOLO for the vehicle that was reportedly involved in a shoplifting incident in Chattooga County, that resulted in the the chase.
Summerville Police and Chattooga County Deputies pursued the vehicle on Highway 114 toward the Alabama-Georgia state line. Summerville Officer Phillip Cox said that during the course of the pursuit someone in the vehicle had thrown possible contraband out of the window and the suspect allegedly tried ramming a police officer’s car.
Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Investigators picked up the chase on Highway 68 before the driver made a wrong turn and crashed. Cedar Bluff Police Chief Steve Walden and an Alabama Wildlife/Conservation Officer also assisted.
Floyd EMS Medics were called to the scene to check on one of the female suspects who was reported to be pregnant.
Four suspects were taken into custody at the scene of the crash by Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office deputies and were taken to the Cherokee County Detention Center.
19 year old Adriana Omesha Christian of Nashville, TN, 23 year old Mykia Myshay Crutcher of Nashville, TN, 22 year old Tavarus Tremonte Crutcher of Nashville, TN and 22 year old Tywan Lamonte Hatcher of Madison, TN were booked in on charges of Fugitive from Justice and Attempting to Elude.
Bond for each was set at $1,500.
According to Cherokee County Chief Deputy Josh Summerford, Georgia authorities are expected to sign warrants on Monday for the crimes committed in Georgia.