Pike County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two suspects who fled from a traffic stop on Highway 19 Monday afternoon. A deputy stopped a Honda Civic due to the occupants not wearing a seat belt, upon the driver being asked for his drivers license he fled the scene in the vehicle. He is still on the run. Deputies pursued the vehicle into McKinley road and then southbound on Williamson Zebulon road into Zebulon. Due to the suspect’s reckless driving and putting the public at risk, deputies forcibly stopped the vehicle as it re-entered Highway 19 from Williamson Zebulon Road.Two of the three suspects were immediately arrested as they tried to flee on foot. A third suspect is still being sought and is described as an African American male wearing a white shirt and black and white shorts.Deputies recovered four ounces of methamphetamine and ecstasy from the vehicle along with heroin and a handgun.The driver is identified as Shadarrian Morgan, 36, faces numerous charges including Trafficking Methamphetamine , possession of firearm by convicted felon, possession of heroin and possession of firearm during commission of a crime along with numerous traffic charges.Jonterrious Parham , 22 years of age, from Jonesboro was the passenger arrested. He faces the same charges as the driver minus the traffic charges.
Arrests made after three flee traffic stop
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