A man who lawmen say confessed to leading them on a high speed chase is behind bars, and may not be going anywhere fast.
Twenty-two-year-old Cajron Hunter of Farmville admitted to Greene County lawmen that he did in fact lead them on a chase through a 20 mile long stretch of Pitt and Greene counties early Saturday morning. That's according to the Kinston Free Press, which says the chase started when a Greene County Deputy had to swerve out of the way of Hunter, who was headed right for his cruiser on Glenfield Road near Highway 258.
The paper says Hunter's bond is set at $121,000.
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