At one point, David drove on the wrong side of the road, according to police.
The chase eventually entered Forsyth County, where several other law enforcement agencies joined the pursuit. Those included Hall County deputies, Forsyth County deputies, Gwinnett County police and Georgia State Patrol troopers.
The chase ended at the intersection of Ga. 9 and Atlanta Road when David drove over spike strips, the release said. When the vehicle came to a stop, three suspects jumped out and ran into some nearby woods.
A Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit was able to track down David, leading to his arrest. The other two suspects were not found.
David faces counts of aggravated assault, theft by receiving, fleeing police and four driving citations, the release said. He was booked into the Hall County jail, where he remained Monday afternoon on a $13,740 bond, records show.
In other news:
The March for Justice ended at the Georgia state capitol Monday morning.