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Police want Maceo Hayes

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Maceo Kenya Hayes  (Dougherty County Jail) Maceo Kenya Hayes (Dougherty County Jail)
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Police are on the lookout for a man who led drug agents on a high speed chase through downtown Albany.

When agents tried to execute a search warrant at 311 West Roosevelt Alley, Maceo Kenya Hayes jumped into a car and took off.

Agents chased him through downtown, then called off the chase because he was running red lights and creating a danger to the public.

 "He busted the light and we all had to stop," said ADDU Chief Bill Berry. "There was no way we could bust those intersection or intersections because of the danger to the officers and the people also on the streets. It wasn't worth that."

If you have any information on Hayes, call Crimestoppers at 436-TIPS. You could get a reward.

 

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