WORCESTER COUNTY, Md - A man is facing charges, after deputies say he fled in another person's vehicle during a traffic stop, in Worcester County.
The Worcester County Sheriff's Office says that they arrested 36-year-old Tremayne Rogers, of Pocomoke, after an attempted traffic stop, on Friday.
According to the report, around 6:45 AM, deputies tried to pull over Rogers for driving 76 mph in a 55 mph zone, on Route 113. Authorities say they pursued Rogers after he did not stop. Rogers reportedly then fled on foot near East Market Street.
The Worcester County Sheriff's Office reports that the owner of the vehicle told authorities that Rogers was driving the vehicle without their permission.
According to deputies, on that day, Rogers was arrested several hours after the incident, and charged with fleeing and eluding, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and other related charges.
He is currently being held pending trial.
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