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Police: Motorcyclist Leads Police on Chase Through Centreville

The driver, a 23-year-old man, was later arrested by Fairfax County Police of the Sully District Station.

A motorcyclist led Fairfax County Police on a brief chase through Centreville, Nov. 17.  (Patch file. )
A motorcyclist led Fairfax County Police on a brief chase through Centreville, Nov. 17. (Patch file. )
Editor's Note: Centreville Patch does not publish the names of those charged with minor, nonviolent crimes. 

A motorcyclist who lead police on a chase in Centreville drove the bike into the woods, being hopping off and strolling into a house on William Car Lane where he was later arrested, Fairfax County Police reports, show. 

It happened at 3:12 p.m. on Sunday on the 5600 block of Stone Road when a police officer tried to stop a motorcyclist. 

Instead of stopping, police said the motorcyclist fled the scene and later drove off the road and into the woods near 5700 Newton Patton Drive.   

Police later received reports that the driver had abandoned the bike and gone inside a house in the 14400 block of William Carr Lane where he was  later found and taken into custody. 
The 23-year-old man is charged with reckless driving, speed to elude, driving on a revoked driver's license, no vehicle registration and no state inspection. 

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John November 30, 2013 at 02:42 AM
Patch withholds the names of people convicted of non-violent, minor crimes? This guy is looking at serious jail time... Eluding is a felony.

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