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Wednesday, 09 January 2019 11:45

High-Speed pursuit down Ga. 400 early Tuesday morning

A Loganville woman is now in Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office custody after she allegedly led deputies on a high-speed pursuit down Ga. 400 early Tuesday morning.

Christina Lee Waggoner, 44, of Loganville was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, fleeing/attempting to elude for a felony offense, reckless driving and several other traffic offenses after her vehicle was forcibly stopped by patrol cars on Ga. 400 north, just south of the Dawson County line.

Waggoner was first attempted to be stopped at about 1:54 a.m. on Ga. 400 north, south of Exit 14.  She then exited Ga. 400 at Exit 14, as if she was going to stop.  She then crossed over Hwy 20 and returned to Ga. 400 north.

At this point, a pursuit was called and Forsyth County activated the stop sticks (spikes) at Exit 17.  Waggoner's vehicle hit the spikes but continued on deflated tires at and even higher rate of speed, until she was finally forced to stop near the Dawson County line.

Waggoner is being held in Forsyth County Jail under a $11,350 bond.