Timothy C. Hill (Photo: Alamance Co Detention Ctr)
GRAHAM, N.C. -- A Mebane man is in custody of the Alamance County Sheriff's Office, after he led deputies on a car chase Friday night that began on I-40 and ended on Elm Street near Melville Street.
Deputies said they attempted to stop 30-year-old Timothy Connell Hill II, who was driving erratically on Jimmie Kerr Road.
The sheriff's office said when deputies tried to stop the car as it exited at Highway 54/Harden Street, the car slowed down but did not pull over. Hill eventually pulled over on Riverbend but sped off again before deputies even got out of their car to talk with him.
Deputies say Hill sped through one intersection at speeds of 60 miles per hour in the 35-miles-per-hour zone.
Hill's 13-year-old stepson was in the car with him during the chase, deputies said. Hill refused a chemical analysis test, but deputies said he was intoxicated.
Hill was charged with habitual DWI, Felony fleeing to Elude with a Motor Vehicle, DWLR, Misdemeanor Child Abuse, Speeding, Careless and Reckless Driving, Open Container, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
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