Car chase leads to three arrests in Pitt Co.

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office released details about a car chase that resulted in three arrests on Friday. It happened as officers were gathering information about a residence on Ms. Paul Ln. in Greenville.

While there, they noticed a suspicious vehicle and attempted a traffic stop. However, that vehicle fled down Williams Rd. and turned on Dickinson Ave. About a half mile later, the vehicle attempted to do a U-turn, but turned over in the ditch instead.

The two individuals inside were transported to Vidant Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

Following the accident, a warrant was obtained to search the property the vehicle had left. While inside, officers found items that had been stolen in a case that occurred in February on Hines Rd. Among the items found were electronics, Cocaine, Marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a handgun.

As a result, Naquan Tyre Parker, Christopher Gatlin and Sara Elizabeth Beacham were all arrested. Deputies are still looking for Christopher Matthew Ross, who is wanted for multiple counts of felony breaking and entering, larceny, obtaining property by false pretense, and injury to personal property.

Parker was arrested for felony flee and elude, careless and reckless driving, firearm by a felon, felony possession of stolen goods, felony possession of cocaine, driving while license revoked, possession of marijuana, and outstanding warrants for assault on a female.

Gatlin was arrested for outstanding warrants for assault on a female. Beacham was arrested on 22 outstanding warrants for failing to appear on embezzlement charges.

The sheriff’s office said these arrest have closed three residential breaking and entering investigations.

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