Monday, March 01, 2021
WCSO: Suspects Lead Deputies On Chase Through Wayne County

WCSO: Suspects Lead Deputies On Chase Through Wayne County

On January 23, Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies attempted to conduct a vehicle stop in the area of Airport Road and Norwayne School Road on a white Mazda 3 sedan due to lack of insurance and a pick up order on the state issued license plate. The vehicle refused to stop and led deputies on vehicle chase for approximately 4.5 miles until the occupants fled on foot in the area of the 5500 block of N.C. Highway 111 North. The driver, 34-year-old Charles A Brown of Dudley, was apprehended without incident after a short foot pursuit.  Responding deputies assisted in locating the passenger, identified as 27-year-old Randy Kajuan Raheem Moody of Goldsboro. The driver of the vehicle initially provided a false identity however, through further investigation it was determined that this was a fictitious name and Brown was positively identified and charged accordingly.

 

Charles Anthony Brown, Jr.
CHARGES:
Felony Flee to Elude by Motor Vehicle (F),
Possession of Cocaine (F),
Identity Theft (F),
Fictitious Information to an Officer (M),
Resist Delay or Obstruct a Public Officer (M),
Careless and Reckless Driving (M),
No Operators License,
Speeding,
Stop Sign Violation.
BOND: $20,000
Randy Kajuan Raheem Moody
CHARGES:
Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana,
Resist, Delay or Obstruct a Public Officer
BOND: $3,500
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  • TwanTru

    “Okay you got me. I apologize. I should have stopped. But can I keep the cocaine? I’m not going to use it – it’s just for a souvenir.”

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