A 23-year-old Harrison man involved in a wild police chase has picked up 15 different charges out of the incident.
Police said Robert Edward Millsaps of 9120 Harrison Bay Road was driving 90 mph at times and forced other drivers off the roadway in the incident on Friday.
Officers were involved in another case with Millsaps, who they said was in a stolen vehicle, four days earlier.
This time they said they spotted him on Ramsey Road in a black Ford Ranger believed to have been stolen in Walker County, Ga., with a trailer believed to have been stolen in Bradley County. He evaded a traffic stop and veered onto Shirley Pond Road, where police said he appeared to try to ram a vehicle driven by Deputy Hank Ritter.
He sped onto Harrison Bay Road, nearly losing control of the vehicle.
Police said he got up to 80 mph passing vehicles on double yellow lines and running traffic off the roadway. He was going up to 90 mph on Henry Road. There were attempts to knock him off the road with a patrol vehicle, and he went into a ditch once but got out. He was finally forced into another ditch and the truck landed on the driver's side.
Police said Millsaps appeared to be under some drug, was sweating heavily and seemed to be in a panic. A syringe was found in the vehicle along with a bag of grass that police believe he was trying to pass off as marijuana.
Millsaps was charged with burglary of an auto, theft over $1,000, burglary, theft of property, evading arrest (2), driving on revoked, reckless driving (2), assault on police, theft of property over $10,000, theft over $500 and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Millsaps was out of jail though he was given a four-year sentence on a meth charge and three years for evading arrest in criminal court on Dec. 1, 2010.