Wanted felon arrested following high-speed chase and manhunt Tuesday evening in Floyd County
Smith was arrested and is being charged with four counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, two counts of false imprisonment, obstruction of officers, fleeing or attempting to elude, aggressive driving, reckless driving, duty to report an accident, five counts of failure to obey traffic control devices, five stop sign violations, six counts of failure to maintain a lane, five counts of driving on the wrong side of the road, six counts of speeding, driving with a suspended or revoked license, two counts of improper passing, two counts of approach of a stationary emergency vehicle, too fast for conditions, two counts of vehicle entering the roadway, a single count of standards for brake lights and signal devices, a tire violation, and a seat belt violation.
Previous: Wanted felon still on the run after high-speed chase Tuesday evening in Floyd County. Anzrielle Antipartris Smith is wanted on felony warrants of false imprisonment, four counts of aggravated assault on police officers and over 40 traffic citations stemming from the lengthy pursuit. Cpl. Chris Parton with the Floyd County Sheriff's Office said sheriff deputies started chasing the black Nissan Altima Smith was driving on East First Street in Rome around 7:30 P.M.. Floyd County County police and the Georgia State Patrol also were also involved in the pursuit. According to the Floyd County Police Department, a county officer joined in the pursuit as the chase headed westbound on Shorter Avenue. The black Nissan Altima was being pursued by two sheriff's deputies at the time. As the pursuit headed westbound on GA-20 passing Vann Drive, Floyd County officer took the lead in the pursuit as it reached speeds of nearly 100MPH. Just before GA-100, a GSP trooper along with a cadet driving took over the lead in the high-speed pursuit. The cadet executed a successful PIT maneuver on the Ultima, which then crashed down an embankment near the Us Food Mart where the lanes go back to one. The driver Anzrielle Antipartris Smith took off on foot into a heavily wooded area off GA-20. Multiple K-9s were called to the scene but the track had already been contaminated by the foot chase.