DeKalb man accused of high-speed chase with juvenile in car

A Lithonia man is facing 23 charges after allegedly leading authorities on a high-speed pursuit with a juvenile in the car, the Newnan-Times Herald reported.

Gonkerwon Zoe, 29, was spotted allegedly speeding Saturday around mile marker 38 on I-85 and sped away from the Georgia State Patrol. 

Troopers deployed “stop sticks” at the top of an exit ramp, which Zoe then hit, the paper said.

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Zoe’s car soon crashed into another car, which had an infant in the backseat, police said. There were no injuries reported. 

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The juvenile in Zoe’s car was taken back to DeKalb County by a relative.

Zoe allegedly told troopers he fled because of a suspended license.

His charges include fleeing police, leaving the scene of an accident, reckless conduct and many more, the paper reported.

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Channel 2's Carl Willis reports. (

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