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Man arrested after high-speed chase / February 06, 2013
The chase for a 23 year old Halifax man ended when the man, Nathaniel Tyrone Terry, ended the chase at his home on Pine Trail.

The incident began around 11 p.m. Sunday after South Boston police were called to the Westside community in Sinai.

A fight was in progress and shots had been fired. Officers observed one vehicle and pursued it when the driver took off. Terry led officers along River Road, going at speeds sometimes of 90 to 100 mph.  He turned off onto Old Grubby Road, slowing and then accelerating.  He then turned off onto Mountain Road and veered off, stopping at Pine Trail.

Officers apprehended him there, charging him with feloniously eluding police and driving on a suspended licensed.  He is being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail with no bond.

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