VSP investigate fatal crash following police chase

Virginia State Police are investigating a two car fatal crash that occurred Monday in Fauquier County.

Shortly after 9 pm, a 2003 Honda CR-V was eluding law enforcement traveling north on James Madison Highway when it swerved to avoid another vehicle and crashed into a Culpeper County Sheriff’s Deputy’s vehicle.

The impact caused the Honda to run off the side of the road and overturn.

The driver of the Honda, Corey Faison, 43, of Earlysville, was ejected from the vehicle and flown to INOVA Fairfax for treatment.

Faison was not wearing a seatbelt during the accident.

He succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday, July 12th.

The deputy was not injured in the crash.

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FCSO led on high speed chase

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Frederick County Sheriffs responded to a report identifying a wanted man, Michael Paul Warner of Chesapeake.

When officers attempted to stop and search the vehicle on Cedar Creek Grade, the suspect fled.

The suspect traveled throughout Winchester city streets then towards 522 where he drove through a funeral procession and into Shenandoah Memorial Park where he damaged grave plots.

The suspect then traveled to 81 North and continued to West Virginia.

WV State police pursued through Berkeley County and into Jefferson County before the vehicle was disabled using tire deflation devices.

Throughout the chase the driver committed a hit and run, drove into oncoming traffic and reached speeds of 95 mph.

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Quicksburg woman leads police on a high speed chase

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A Quicksburg woman took Virginia State Police on a high speed chase after initially being pulled over for improper registration.

Rebecca E. Frost fled from the initial stop only to be chased through James Madison University’s campus and on to Interstate 81.

The pursuit ended with a State Trooper striking her vehicle causing it to spin and come to a stop on Route 340.

Frost has been charged with one felony count of eluding along with a felony count of assault on an Officer.

She also faces reckless driving, driving on a revoked license charges and faces several traffic infractions.

The chase reached speeds of up to 100 miles per hour at times.

No one was hurt in the incident.

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