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Deputies arrest man for drugs after chase

Scene of the arrest after the 8 mile chase (Source: Facebook) Scene of the arrest after the 8 mile chase (Source: Facebook)
Michael D. Frazier (Source: Arkansas Dept. of Correction via Vinelink) Michael D. Frazier (Source: Arkansas Dept. of Correction via Vinelink)
GREENE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

Greene County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man after an eight-mile chase Saturday morning.

According to the department's Facebook page, Sheriff David Carter was patrolling at around 11:30 a.m., when he noticed Michael Detroit Frazier drive past him.

Carter knew the 50-year-old man had a felony warrant and a suspended driver’s license.

The sheriff pulled up behind Frazier, but he led them on a chase. While Carter chased him, other deputies set up a road block.

The chase ended on Greene County Road 960.

Deputies found that Frazier had a large amount of methamphetamine and arrested him, according to the social media post.

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