CORDELE (WALB) - Two people from Florida who led deputies on a high speed chase through two south Georgia counties are in jail.
A Crisp County Deputy tried to pull over Michael Bowling for speeding Monday afternoon on I-75 near Cordele.
His Cadillac reached speeds of nearly 120 miles an hour on the wet interstate before he was finally stopped in Dooly County.
His passenger, 49-year-old Mary Allen,was also arrested after deputies discovered mushrooms and a white powdery substance in the car.
Bowling faces 11 charges including fleeing police and driving without a license.
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