Fort White Man Leads Deputies On A High Speed Chase
A Fort White man is also behind bars for drinking and driving, but the list of charges against him doesn't end there.
Larry Fowler led Alachua County Sheriff's deputies on a high speed chase reaching upwards of 80 mph on County Road 337 in Newberry before eventually pulling into a dirt driveway and fleeing on foot.
Deputies say he even tried to ram two different deputies' cars when they tried to deploy stop sticks.
Deputies had to tase him to get him into custody.
Officials say Fowler had also been stalking his ex-wife and even broke into her home and her parents' home several times.
He is being held in the Alachua County Jail.
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