NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – Two men and a woman were arrested Wednesday after a car and foot chase with North Charleston police.
According to North Charleston police, the suspects were in a stolen vehicle and refused to stop for blue lights. A vehicle chase ensued, before all three suspects were arrested on possession of a stolen vehicle and simple possession of marijuana charges.
According to a police report, a North Charleston patrol unit observed a black Ford Expedition with dark tinted windows in traffic. As the patrol unit started after the vehicle, the driver began to speed up. The officer activated the unit's blue lights to make a traffic stop, but the driver made a turn onto Montague Avenue and continued increasing speed, failing to stop.
During the chase, the driver ran through stop signs near Chateau Avenue, another near Maxwell Street and a third near East Dolphin Street. The vehicle then came to a stop on East Liberty Park and Essex Street. Once stopped, the driver and two passengers exited the vehicle and began running on foot.
The driver was apprehended a block away from where the vehicle stopped and the passengers were apprehended a short time later.
Police discovered that the vehicle was stolen from the Summerville area on Oct. 1 and the license plate was reported stolen from the city of Charleston. According to a police report, officers found several pieces of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and an open beer can during a search of the vehicle.
John Anthony Dyess, 40, of North Charleston, was charged with failure to stop for blue lights, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property (license plate tag) and simple possession of marijuana. According to the police report, Dyess had warrants out for his arrest from Charleston police.
Joseph Greenfield Brock, 32, and Reanna Nicole Goss, 27, both of Summerville, were charged with simple possession marijuana and possession of a stolen vehicle. Brock had warrants out for his arrest from Berkeley County.