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Easter morning pursuit ends in arrest

An Ariton, Alabama man is in the Holmes County Jail after an early Easter morning pursuit ended in his arrest.

A Holmes County Sheriff’s Office deputy clocked a motorcycle speeding on Highway 2 and saw there was no tag attached when the drive sped past the patrol vehicle. The driver turned onto Gavin Road where the deputy got behind him and activated his lights and sirens.

The driver, identified as 26-year-old Christain Senn, increased his speed in an attempt to flee and elude. A high-speed chase ensued and ended when Senn lost control of the motorcycle in a field. HCSO was then able to apprehend Senn.

The deputy conducted a search of the backpack Senn was wearing and found a small baggie containing a substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine, and a glass pipe containing the same substance. HCSO determined the motorcycle was neither registered or insured and that Senn did not have a motorcycle endorsement.

Senn is charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, fleeing and eluding, reckless driving, operating a motorcycle without an endorsement and operating a vehicle without registration. Senn also received citations for speeding and operating a vehicle without insurance.

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