Wanted felon arrested after fleeing from Gordon County deputy in stolen vehicle Saturday morning
According to a Gordon County Sheriff's Office incident report on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 at approximately 9:12 AM, Gordon E911 Operator advised of a stolen vehicle in the area Covington Bridge Road SE and Martin's Corner, Convenience Store. The complainant had called E911 and was following behind the red GMC, Jimmy. The vehicle was traveling North on Cash Road when Gordon County Deputy Anderson who was traveling South on Cash Road, observed the red in color GMC, Jimmy traveling North on Cash Road in the 800 block. The Gordon County Deputy turned on his patrol units' emergency equipment and turned around attempting to stop the vehicle. The Deputy observed the vehicle turn left onto Love Bridge Road. Gordon County Sheriff's Office, Deputy Sitten was attempting to set up stop sticks to stop the fleeing vehicle. The vehicle went past the deputy where deputy Anderson pursued the stolen vehicle West on Love Bridge Road, crossing through the four-way stop at Baxter Road and Hunts Gin Road, the vehicle continued on Love Bridge Road then made a left hand turn onto Baker Road. The vehicle came to a stop when it turned into 265 Baker Road. The driver of the vehicle exited and laid on the ground, Deputy site placed the male subject under arrest without incident. The driver was identified as Gary Dewayne Gray, 44, of Crandall who had warrants for his arrest. A search of the vehicle for any weapons or illegal drugs leads to a glass smoking pipe located on the driver's side floorboard. Mr. Gray was transported to the Gordon County Jail booked in on charges of fleeing attempting to elude officer, reckless driving, no License, #4 possession of drug-related objects, plate to conceal or misrepresent, and failure to stop at stop sign. This isn't the first time Gray has fled from law enforcement, he was convicted in 2004 in Whitfield County for fleeing/eluding police. Gray has a very lengthy criminal history involving several felony drug arrests in both Murray and Whitfield County.