SALISBURY, Md. - A high speed car chase, spanning two counties, ends with a Salisbury man in handcuffs. Maryland State Police say that they attempted to stop a Hyundai Sonata for an equipment violation, but the driver apparently had other plans.
Police say that they chased the suspect for 19-miles, until the pursuit finally ended on Route 374 in Worcester County. Police say once stopped, the driver reportedly got out of the car, and apparently tried to run on foot. Police were able to catch 28-year-old Tymir Johnson.
An investigation showed that he was driving on a suspended license, while in possession of CDS - Marijuana and paraphernalia. He was also wanted by the Maryland Parole Commission. Johnson is charged with a slew of offences including CDS possession - marijuana, CDS possession - paraphernalia, resist/interfere with arrest, and fleeing/eluding police.