Deputies arrested a man they say is one of the largest drug dealers in South Georgia after he led them on a car chase.
Lee County officials arrested 25-year-old Octavius "Gold Mouth" Guyton.
Guyton is charged with aggravated assault on a peace officer and multiple drug charges.
The chase ended on North Jefferson Street after Guyton sped off and nearly ran over a Lee County Deputy Sheriff during a traffic stop and crashed into a guardrail.
After his vehicle flipped over, Guyton crawled out of the upside car and tried to run.
He was quickly apprehended and taken to Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Deputies seized more than $1,000 worth of crack cocaine and prescription pills.
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