JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. – A Georgia man, flagged as armed and harmful, is now in custody in Jackson County after he led police on a chase Thursday morning, which additionally pressured a lockdown for a number of hours at Part Excessive Faculty.
Markus Brian Brezovsky faces a number of expenses together with escape, eluding, prison mischief, and reckless endangerment.
One Information 19 viewer shared video and pictures with us of the Alabama Regulation Enforcement Company (ALEA) helicopter trying to find Brezovsky from the air and later being taken away in cuffs.
Deputies informed Information 19 he didn’t cease after they tried to tug him over and led them on a 15-minute chase by means of the city of Part.
They mentioned he drove onto a gated pasture, drove right into a ditch, went airborne and crashed right into a tree.
Chief Deputy Rocky Harnen defined that Brezovsky acquired out of his truck after which ran and hid.
He mentioned with help from different companies, together with the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Workplace K9 unit, Part and Pisgah Police departments, they had been capable of finding him shortly after.
“We strive to ensure issues are secure, however we are able to’t management these folks after they’re driving 100 mph in site visitors, this man, primarily based on the data we had, was a reasonably unhealthy man. The alert mentioned presumably armed and harmful and we took that very severely. If he acquired away he might harm someone,” Harnen informed Information 19.
Brezovsky was handled on the scene for minor accidents from the crash by EMS after which booked into the Jackson County Jail on a $1,500 bond.
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