GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. — A stolen car that reached speeds over 100 MPH hit several vehicles before slamming into a Glynn County Sheriff’s deputy in his patrol car on Monday.
The sheriff’s office said the patrol car was hit head-on. Fortunately, the deputy only sustained minor injuries and was released from Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center after being evaluated and treated.
“The deputy sustained minor injuries and was released from the hospital,” the department said in a statement. Sheriff E. Neal Jump described the injury as “airbag whooped.”
According to arrest records, Deshawn Cardell Stacey, 28, was taken into custody for the crash. He was arrested by Glynn County Police on multiple charges including fleeing and attempting to elude police, felony theft, serious injury by vehicle, and driving under the influence of drugs.
Glynn County Police is investigating the stolen car case while Georgia State Patrol - Brunswick is handling the crash investigation.
No other injuries were reported from the crash.
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