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NORWOOD, OH (FOX19) -

An undercover drug investigation near a Norwood school led to a chase and arrest of a Bond Hill man.

Jamar Avery, 23, is accused of selling heroin on three different occasions in the 5000 block of Montgomery Road.

When police tried to arrest him on Monday, he took off at speeds of 95 miles per hour and crashed into a car at Paddock and Tennessee.

Avery is charged with three counts of trafficking in drugs and one count of failure to comply.

Avery was in court Tuesday morning, and his bond was set at $70,000.

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