The driver traveled a short distance onto Buffalo Shoals Road but had to pull off on the shoulder of the road and stop because of damaged tires. Deputies C. Alexander and C. Medina assisted the Maiden Police officer with taking the driver and two other individuals in the car in custody.
Maiden Police charged the driver, Stacie Reanne McGuire, 17, of Lenoir with felony operating a vehicle while fleeing and attempting to elude law enforcement and failure to stop for a traffic light.
Jyteonjay Antayvious Rippy, 22, of Lenoir was charged with felony altering the serial number on a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon and Calieb Scott Clark, 21, of Newton was charged with carrying a concealed weapon.
Maiden Police also found a large amount of counterfeit bills in the vehicle. Their investigation is continuing.
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