Flying From Flying J - With A Rough Landing Against A HouseRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Jul 15 2014 8:12 AM
DOTHAN: This morning around 6 AM Dothan Police was dispatched to a domestic disturbance in the parking lot of Flying J. Now the call had nothing to do with Flying J other than in the parking lot.
A black female was alleged to be using a crowbar and beating up a vehicle that belonged to a black male. The female was alleged to have turned the crowbar from the car to the male and is alleged to have started striking the male subject with the crowbar.
The male subject is reported to have attempted to stop the female from using the crowbar on him, cause it hurt! The female fled Flying J as Dothan Police arrived on the scene.
When Dothan Police activated the blue lights, the person in front of the blue lights made a decision not to stop but run. Dothan Police gave chase of the female suspect which traveled on the circle and ended on Third Avenue near Selma Street. The chase ended with a rough landing when the black female suspect struck a house with the car she was driving.
Dothan Fire Engine 1 ( Central ), Dothan Fire Truck 1 ( Central ) and Pilcher's Ambulance responded to the scene. The patient, who was pregnant, did not require transport by ambulance.
Dothan Police Chief Greg Benton provided transportation for the female. Chief Benton was even nice enough to provide matching bracelets for her. Dothan Police requested a wheelchair with restraints at the door of the hospital.
Dothan Police Criminal Investigators along with Dothan Police Patrol Captain David Jay was at Flying J processing the vehicle. The vehicle needs to go to George's Auto Glass today - they need new windshield and right windows!
The female, Chavonna Scott, is known by Dothan Police. She is known for her unique ability to escape handcuffs.
Scott will be booked into the Dothan City Jail after leaving the hospital. Again, Chief Benton has provided officers for Ms. Scott while at the hospital. The Chief will even provide transportation for her from the hospital to Dothan City Jail when released from the hospital.
In the third picture the suspect already has jail colors on. Black and white stripped, dress not coveralls.