Brunswick man facing multiple charges; bond denied

Staff Reporter
A high-speed chase that started in Nahunta ended across the Glynn County line in Brunswick with the arrest of a Brunswick man facing multiple charges.
Bryan Fitzpatrick was taken into custody after the incident involved the Nahunta Police, Brantley County Sheriff’s Department and the Glynn County K-9 unit.
“The driver was apprehended by a Brantley County deputy and the passenger was tracked by a Glynn County K-9 unit and was shortly thereafter taken into custody,” said Brantley County Sheriff Len Davis of the Tuesday, September 22 incident.
The Nahunta Police Department attempted to stop a speeding UHaul box truck that had been reported stolen in Brunswick at 4:07 a.m., Tuesday on East Cleveland Street. The vehicle continued eastbound on Highway 82 at about 75 mph, Davis stated.
Nahunta PD advised the vehicle was not stopping. Brantley County deputies set up spike strips on Hwy. 82 at Airport Road in Lulaton to attempt to deflate the tires to stop the vehicle, according to the sheriff.

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