ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — Deputies have arrested a “habitual impaired driver” after authorities said he drove intoxicated with his 13-year-old stepson.
Timothy Connell Hill II, 30, of Mebane, was charged after he allegedly led Alamance County deputies on a high-speed chase Friday afternoon.
Deputies said they first noticed the suspect driving erratically in a champagne-colored Honda Accord around 6 p.m. on Jimmie Kerr Road in Haw River.
The suspect refused to pull over and the chase continued to Elm Street near Melville Street in Graham, with speeds sometimes exceeding 60 mph in a 35 zone, officials said.
Deputies said they used stop sticks at two different locations to stop the suspect, which eventually damaged all four of his tires.
The suspect continued driving even without working tires, but eventually stopped after deputies boxed him in with their cruisers, according to authorities.