Georgia man arrested after Anderson County high speed chase, burglaries

A Georgia man is behind bars after a police chase that started in Clinton and ended between Oak Ridge and Oliver Springs Friday morning.

Victor Webb

CLINTON, Tenn. (WVLT) -- A Georgia man is behind bars after a police chase that started in Clinton and ended between Oak Ridge and Oliver Springs Friday morning.

Police say an officer on neighborhood patrol spotted Victor Allen Webb's vehicle near the scene of a burglary near Charles G. Seivers Boulevard from earlier in the week.

When the officer tried stopped Webb, they say he kept going 40 miles over the post speed limit until a THP trooper put out spike stripes.

Investigators say they followed up on the arrest and found stolen property in Webb's Knoxville home.

If you've been a victim of a burglary or theft that happened at your home in the past few months, call your local police agency or 865-457-3112.

Webb is also charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, reckless driving, evading arrest, reckless endangerment (minor injury), and various "wanted" charges in Georgia.


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