Bertie County Man Leads Police On High Speed Chase

A man is out of jail after getting arrested for leading lawmen on a high speed chase, but he might have trouble getting around. His car was impounded under the new law called "run and you're done."

Forty-seven-year-old David Miller was arrested in Bertie county for running from authorities. The Roanoke-Chowan News Herald says speeds reached 70 miles as troopers chased miller Friday when he didn't stop for a drivers license checkpoint in Connarista.

Miller's charges include felony speed to elude arrest, and a new state law means his vehicle gets confiscated by law enforcement. Miller is also charged with DWI.

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  • by Anonymous on Dec 25, 2011 at 11:21 AM
    Bertie County sounds like such a wonderful place. Junk yards on fire the Sheriff gets shot, car chases, I think I'll take a vacation there.
  • by MIKE Location: HAMILTON on Dec 14, 2011 at 04:05 PM
    Mr.MILLER had one to many MILLERS and chose to break numerous laws now all of you people in BERTIE CO that thinks he didn't do anything wrong pool your money together and go get his family a brand new 2012 car of their choice and buy him a DRUNKMOBILE SCOOTER to get around on.Spread a little christmas cheer and he might even break out a jug of moonshine to share with you.
  • by ann Location: winston salem on Dec 14, 2011 at 03:15 PM
    Way to go Hertford/Gates/Bertie NCSHP #1 and #2 arrests in the state on the new run/done law. I'm glad you guys are there. HOW LONG drunks are ya going drive? Sorry don't feel abit sorry for you. Just sorry your bail is so low.
  • by Anonymous on Dec 14, 2011 at 03:07 PM
    ManI be in this sitiation before.Came up to a road block an had a beer or twelve between my legs an all I want to do is goes past them a little ways and throw my beer cans out the window so I want get a open seal ticket.I was be gonna stop just wanted to threw them smelly cans out my car so they not think I be drinking while trying to gets to my nest no what I saying.I drive me a moterised bicicle now so I aint gots to worry to much bout no road block no more.
  • by Anonymous Location: somewhere on Dec 14, 2011 at 02:40 PM
    I have known this man and his family for a very long time and they are some of the sweetest people. We all make mistakes, if we didn't make them, we wouldn't be human. Yes, this was a conscious mistake but still, conscious mistakes or not, we all make them. This man has had his ups and downs and is not perfect nor will he ever be. Instead of running his name in the ground how about let's lift his name up and say a little prayer for him and his family.
  • by Anonymous on Dec 14, 2011 at 11:17 AM
    My party vehicle is a whopping piece of junk! Keep it running just so I need not be concerned with such technicalities. Hopefully, this law won't be abused by the corrupt cops out there and will help reduce dangerous chases.
  • by WhatAbout? on Dec 14, 2011 at 09:10 AM
    Unfortunately, this punishes families more than the bad guy. The bank owns MOST cars, so the family loses a car but still has to pay it off - for many families this is a ticket straight to bankruptcy. Sad that wives and kids again are on the losing end.
  • by Bertie Mom Location: Bertie on Dec 14, 2011 at 08:52 AM
    wow I cant believe the cold reponses from viewers of this story. I've known the Millers for years and his wife is so sweet. I wish people would watch their comments as this man has childern that may be reading the comments. I'm so glad that I serve a loving and forgiving God. I'm thankful no one was hurt during this and I'm sure hope that Mr. Miller can get his life but on track. my prayers to his wife and kids.
  • by 40some on Dec 14, 2011 at 06:20 AM
    So what did we get? Betting it was a drunk mobile, 4 miss matched tires, hasn't been washed in five years. Two hubcaps missing. Several dents from that telephone pole or hydrant he hit on the way home drunk many nights. Oil hasn't been changed in years. Betting on an 87 buick.
  • by J.D. Location: Aulander on Dec 14, 2011 at 06:06 AM
    Instead of running Mr. Miller down for the mistakes he has made-how about lift him and his family up in prayer! This has to be tuff enough on them all, he now has to deal with the charges and face his punishment, but he also has to answer to God-NOT to the rest of us. Only the judge and God can judge Mr. Miller.
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