Police Chase Ends with Crash at Shenandoah I-81 Exit
An Owings Mills, Maryland man is behind bars on multiple charges in three counties after a police chase in the Shenandoah Valley Monday (3/4/2019) afternoon.
Law enforcement’s pursuit of 24-year-old Hardari R. Williams began in Augusta County, and crossed over into Rockingham County at 1:28 p.m. as he fled north on I-81 at speeds up to 100 miles per hour. It was at that point that Virginia State Police took over the chase from the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office; they followed the Toyota Matrix into Shenandoah County, where it struck another vehicle during the pursuit before crashing in the woods at the end of the Exit 296 off-ramp. Williams fled on foot, but was apprehended a short time later. He is currently in custody at RSW Regional Jail.
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