‘Dangerous’ Chase Ends With Arrest

Published 12:00 am Thursday, January 20, 2011

By Jackie Seabolt
Enterprise Record

A Davie man wrecked the vehicle he was driving after attempting to flee from law enformement in a high speed chase on New Year’s Eve.
Raymon Ervin Gray, 22, of Naylor Street, Mocksville was arrested Dec. 31 and faces charges of fleeing/eluding arrest with a motor vehicle, reckless driving, driving without a license, expired registration, possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, and felony possession of cocaine.
According to a report from the Davie County Sheriff’s Office, around 2 p.m. that Friday Deputy M.P. Fattaleh approached a dark blue Chevy Impala traveling north on US 601 North with expired plates. Fattaleh reported the vehicle made a sharp turn onto Boyce Drive, near the Cooper  Creek exit for Walmart, and at that point he turned on his blue lights.
Gray, who was driving the vehicle, began fleeing and a chase began in the back lot area of Walmart.
Fattaleh reported that as the chase entered the front parking area …