Tennessee woman arrested after 100 mph pursuit on I-75 in Catoosa County

According to a Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office incident report, On September 8th, 2022, at 2:48 AM, Deputy Brogdon was observing traffic on Interstate 75 northbound. According to the report, “Deputy Brogdon saw a gray 2020 Dodge Charger approaching at a very high rate of speed. Deputy Brogdon used the LIDAR unit. He had to check the speed of the vehicle, and the LIDAR showed the vehicle to be traveling at 106 mph. Deputy Brogdon got behind the vehicle and used his emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop. The vehicle then pulled to the right shoulder and stopped. When Deputy Brogdon made contact with the driver, identified as Zoe B. Henry, 21, of Tennessee, she said that she did not have her license on her person. Henry provided Deputy Brogdon her name and date of birth. Deputy Brogdon returned to his vehicle to run her information. Deputy Brogdon then saw the vehicle shift into drive and take off at a very high rate of speed.” Deputy Brogdon began pursuing the Charger I-75 southbound. Henry took exit 348 and headed north on Alabama Highway. Ringgold Police Department Officer Green was at the top of the exit and joined the pursuit with Deputy Brogdon. The offender continued on Alabama Highway until it intersected with Nashville Street. At the intersection, she turned back around and headed south on Alabama Highway. Once the offender made it back to the interstate, Henry got back on Interstate 75 northbound. Henry continued northbound on I-75 while quickly changing lanes at speeds well over 100 mph. According to the report, Henry, at one point, was approaching three tractor-trailers that were taking all three lanes of travel. Henry moved into the right shoulder and passed them while still traveling over 100 mph. While passing exit 350, Corporal Thomas joined the pursuit. Officer Green discontinued the pursuit once other deputies joined the pursuit. Once Henry crossed the state line into Tennessee, all units had to discontinue the pursuit. Deputy Brogdon was able to get Henry to return through GCIC/NCIC, and she returned suspended through Tennessee. On November 21st, 2022, Deputy LaMountain took Henry into custody on several warrants. Henry was booked into the Catoosa County Jail, charged with felony fleeing, reckless driving, driving while suspended, speeding, and failure to maintain a single lane.

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