By Stephanie Springer - bio | email
DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) – Douglas police recovered thousands of dollars in stolen property after a wild chase.
An officer tried to stop a driver for running a stop sign Saturday, and the driver sped off.
The chase through Douglas topped 100 miles per hour and ended when the driver lost control and hit a crosswalk sign.
Officers caught 31-year-old Samuel Sibert right away. They had to search for 37-year-old Eugene Sibert but got him. They also arrested 21-year-old Cornelius Jamison.
The car was stolen in Savannah. Officers also recovered a check card stolen in Tifton and two brand new flat screen televisions in the trunk possibly bought using the card.
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