A Goldsboro man has been arrested on multiple charges after he fled from authorities.
Saturday afternoon, deputies with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office were performing surveillance in the Tanglewood Mobile Home Park area in reference to a suspect vehicle identified as being involved in several recent breaking and enterings in the county. The vehicle in question was a white in color Ford F-150.
The deputy observed the suspect vehicle traveling on Central Heights Road towards Berkeley Blvd and attempted to perform a traffic stop, but the driver failed to stop. A short pursuit ensued, and during the pursuit, the suspect collided with a citizen’s vehicle. Fortunately, no one was injured during this collision.
The suspect continued to flee until he ran off the road, striking a tree. The driver fled on foot, and a track of the flight path led deputies to the trailer in which the suspect vehicle had been parked all morning. The homeowner gave consent to search the residence, and Kysheem Langston was located within the residence and identified by the deputy as the driver of the F-150.
He was arrested and was wearing the identical clothing as described when he fled the crash site on foot. There were also items located in the trailer that were identified as items taken in the original breaking and enterings.
The Investigations Division was notified and took over the investigation into the found property and the breaking and entering. The F-150 truck was identified as having been stolen out of Johnston County on July 25, 2022.
Kysheem Jayire Langston, 23 of Goldsboro was arrested and charged with Felony Flee to Elude Arrest, Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle, Resist Delay or Obstruct, Driving while License Revoked, and Failure to report a Wreck. His bond was set at $60,000.