Man arrested after police chase injures 3

Three people were taken to Huntsville Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a crash during a police chase Saturday afternoon.
Published: Dec. 3, 2022 at 4:07 PM CST|Updated: Dec. 3, 2022 at 5:11 PM CST
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Huntsville Police have identified the man they say led police and Madison County Sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed pursuit.

Police arrested 35-year-old Jomyco Davis on Dec. 3. He is charged with first-degree domestic violence-burglary. Police say they expected more charges to be filed.

According to a spokesperson with the Huntsville Police Department, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office began a chase in the county and concluded at Governors Dr. near Franklin St.

The chase started near U.S. 431 south in Owens Cross Roads and ended on Governors Dr. when deputies deployed spike strips. After the vehicle’s tires were deflated, it crashed into a Huntsville Police vehicle head-on.

A spokesperson with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office says that a 911 message was relayed to the sheriff’s office by someone inside a vehicle who wished to get out. Deputies attempted to initiate a traffic stop but the vehicle took off, leading law enforcement on a chase.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says that the driver of the vehicle had outstanding warrants and deputies were able to verify the identity of the driver during the pursuit.

A spokesperson with the Huntsville Police Department identified the driver as Jomyco Davis, 35. Davis was arrested on felony warrants for first-degree domestic violence and burglary. More charges are expected according to the Huntsville Police Department.

Don Webster with Huntsville Emergency Medical Services Inc. (HEMSI), says that three people were taken to Huntsville Hospital due to a crash just before 2 p.m. Saturday.

According to the Huntsville Police Department, two passengers in the vehicle driven by Davis were taken to Huntsville Hospital along with one Huntsville police officer.

Webster says that all three patients who were taken to Huntsville Hospital had non-life-threatening.