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2 men arrested after police chase

20-year-old Jamichael James Hardy (Source: Troy Police Department) 20-year-old Jamichael James Hardy (Source: Troy Police Department)
21-year-old Deltrick Johnson (Source: Troy Police Department) 21-year-old Deltrick Johnson (Source: Troy Police Department)

TROY, AL (WSFA) – Two men were arrested after Troy Police responded to a theft of property at Walmart on Friday evening.

Deltrick Johnson, 21, and Jamichael James Hardy, 20, left Walmart before police arrived and led them in a chase on US Highway 231.

In the vicinity of Park Street and Corman Avenue, Johnson got out of the car and Troy Police took him into custody.

Hardy kept driving until he crashed into a Pike County Deputy Sheriff's car, and then proceeded to flee the scene on foot.

Troy Police, Pike County Sheriff's Deputies and Alabama State Troopers located Hardy and took him into custody.

Johnson and Hardy have been charged with theft second degree for the property stolen from Walmart and their bonds set at $2,500 each.

Hardy was also charged for attempting to elude and reckless driving.

Both men were transferred to the Pike County Jail.

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