Illegal inspection sticker leads to Chesterfield, Colonial Heights chase

Terry D. Fife (PHOTO: Riverside Regional Jail)

Terry D. Fife (PHOTO: Riverside Regional Jail)

UPDATE: Terry D. Fife was charged with driving on a suspended license, eluding police and having an illegal inspection sticker. A trooper attempted to pull Fife over when he spotted an illegal inspection sticker on Fife’s car, Virginia State Police spokesman Sgt. Vick said.

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. – Virginia State Police pursued a driver across Colonial Heights and Chesterfield before stopping him Saturday afternoon in Richmond.

A trooper attempted to pull over the driver near the Boulevard in  Colonial Heights around 2:30 p.m., police said.

The driver did not stop and turned onto Woods Edge Rd. to Interstate 95 north. The driver then took Chippenham North to Hopkins Rd.

The driver then took back roads in city  to Hull St. and pulled over near a subdivision. The driver them attempted to run off, but was apprehended by police.

A female passenger in the vehicle did not run off and was apprehended at the scene.

Charges are pending at this time.

Richmond Police assisted with the incident. State Police said no injuries resulted from the pursuit.

3 comments

  • shawn

    eric holder is that you?yea should have just let him go right.in fact lets just let every crook go,fire all police and we will all be safer for it.You do realize when this idiot hits your family and damages your car your paying,right?wow

  • manalishi

    Democrats should know better than to drive through Colonial Heights in their natural state, If your not clean, your busted and they will chase you all the way to hell if need be.

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