Monday morning, August 28, the Alma Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle for speeding through a school zone at twice the posted speed limit on GA HWY 32 E in front of the Bacon County Elementary School. The driver of the vehicle later identified as Hunter Taylor, 20 of Alma, led officers on a high-speed chase onto Bennett Still Hwy. Officers were able to bring the vehicle to a stop near Big Creek Church Rd, but Hunter fled into a wooded area.
Ware State Prison K-9 handlers tracked Taylor over an area covering four miles before bystanders informed law enforcement Hunter had been witnessed getting into another vehicle with an unknown person. Officers also discovered the vehicle Taylor was driving had been stolen from another Bacon County resident. Warrants have been obtained for Taylor for theft by receiving (felony), fleeing/attempting to elude (felony), driving on the wrong side of the roadway, reckless driving, driving w/ a suspended license, and speeding. If anyone knows of the whereabouts of Hunter Taylor please contact the Alma Police Department at 912-632-8751 or your local 911 center.
Carter Thompson Insurance your local insurance agent - 912-384-7171
- Alma police arrest one after caught shoplifting
- Alma police search for man who allegedly pleasured himself in a convenience store
- Two unrelated incidents, one with aggravated assault charge
- Alma police arrest two for meth possession, APD investigating two motor vehicle thefts
- Two unrelated incidents, two arrest with multiple charges
Latest from Submitted
- Lady Trojans softball to honor childhood cancer patients and their families Thursday
- Know thy neighbor
- The Boss Riders donate supplies to Eastside students
- David Wayne Horton
- Detectives arrest two after a two month long investigation, Nicholls police arrest one for controlled substances during traffic stop