Deputies say the suspect was taken into custody, a safe juvenile, after a multi-county chase

Officers in Gaston County introduced the arrest of a suspect who reportedly kidnapped a Georgia juvenile on Sunday.

In keeping with the Gaston County Sheriff’s Workplace (GCSO), at roughly 9:23 a.m., a deputy noticed a automobile pushed by 40-year-old Matthew Penny.

Deputies say Benny has excellent felony warrants for failure to seem in courtroom, drug possession, and possession of a firearm by a felon in reference to the reported kidnapping.

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Legislation enforcement started the pursuit on southbound I-85 close to Exit 13 and continued on the interstate into Cherokee County, South Carolina, the place the South Carolina Freeway Patrol took over.

Officers say Penny exited I-85 at Exit 100 after which drove his automobile right into a ditch close to the exit earlier than operating away, and was arrested close by.

In keeping with GCSO, the lacking juvenile was discovered unhurt and Benny was arrested in South Carolina.

Gaston County will cost Penny with felony fleeing/eluding, driving on a revoked license, dashing, careless and reckless driving, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and possession of a stolen automobile.

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