Burglary Suspects Lead Police on High Speed Chase - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Burglary Suspects Lead Police on High Speed Chase

Quincy Bowie Quincy Bowie
Casey Murphy Casey Murphy
Rodney Potts Rodney Potts

Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- Three suspects are behind bars after leading police on a high speed chase topping out at speeds of over 100 mph.

At noon Montgomery police officers responded to an attempted burglary in the 6200 Block of Wares Ferry Road and attempted to pull over the suspects' green Lincoln Continental sedan.

The suspects, identified as 26-year old Quincy Dante Bowie of 3801 Riviera Road, 21-year old Rodney Lamaro Potts of 201 West South Boulevard and 21-year old Casey Leon Murphy of 3214 Caffey Drive fled down Wares Ferry Road.

The police pursuit was cancelled due to danger after the suspects' car darted into the wrong lanes of traffic on Atlanta Highway and sped along at speeds of more that 80mph.

The pursuit resumed after police saw the car turn south on Perry Hill Road in the correct lane.

The driver of the Lincoln lost control and crashed into two vehicles at the intersection of Interstate Park and Perry Hill Road.

No injuries were reported. However, all three suspects bailed from the vehicle and were captured after a short foot pursuit.

The Montgomery Police Department is giving a lot of credit to an alert citizen who spotted the suspects burglarizing homes on Burbank Drive and phoned in their information.

Investgators say arresting the suspects may be the key to solving several burglaries in East Montgomery.

Each of the men had multiple traffic warrants against them.

The suspects were taken to police headquarters and charged with Burglary 3rd Degree.

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