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Columbus men arrested in GA town for auto theft

Johnathan Bass 32 years of age, Columbus Johnathan Bass 32 years of age, Columbus
Terelle Stevenson 26 years old, Columbus Terelle Stevenson 26 years old, Columbus
James Webley,17 years old, Macon - Source: Warner Robins Police Department James Webley,17 years old, Macon - Source: Warner Robins Police Department

Press Release

WARNER ROBINS, GA -  On Friday April 2, 2010 at 4:25 a.m. officers from the Warner Robins Police Department attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a Chevrolet Impala and a Suzuki GSX motorcycle at Leisure Lake Drive and Moody Road. 

The Impala and Suzuki fled the area and a brief vehicle pursuit took place. 

The driver and occupant of the Impala abandoned the vehicle in the 2500 block of Moody Road and ran from the scene. 

Warner Robins Police Department officer apprehended the driver and occupant of the Impala. 

The driver and the Suzuki motorcycle that had accompanied the Impala was later found in the same area by officers and taken into custody. 

It was determined the Suzuki motorcycle had been reported stolen from 800 Leisure Lake Drive shortly after 6:00 A.M. that morning. 

Persons taken into custody and charged in connection with the incident are as follows:

Driver of the Suzuki motorcycle:
Johnathan Bass (32 years of age, Columbus) charged with Theft by Taking (vehicle-motorcycle), Driving With Suspended License, and Fleeing and Attempting to Elude, Obstruction of Officer.

Driver of the Impala:
James Webley (17 years old, Macon) charged with Theft by Taking (vehicle-motorcycle), Fleeing and Attempting to Elude, Obstruction of Officer, and Driving without License.

Occupant of the Impala:
Terelle Stevenson (26 years old, Columbus) charged with Theft by Taking (vehicle-motorcycle) and Obstruction of Officer.

Source: Warner Robins Police Department - www.wrpolice.org

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