“All of a sudden, he feels this wind and this vehicle passing him — within inches,” Rainwater said. “Move over, so the safety of that deputy and the safety of the driver who (was) stopped is all taken care of.”
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The deputy is heard saying on dashcam video that the car he was standing next to “shook” when Cline allegedly drove by.
The chase was handed off to Alpharetta and Roswell police once Cline entered their jurisdictions, and the Georgia State Patrol is the agency that ended up making the arrest after he crashed on I-75, the news station reported.
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Cline, of Cumming, faces several charges, including DUI, hit-and-run, eluding police, several traffic citations and violating Georgia’s move-over law, according to a sheriff’s office incident report. He has since bonded out of jail.
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Police are still searching for at least two people inside the SUV that ran from the scene.