Two Holmes County women in custody after high speed chase
Two women from Walton County have been arrested and are facing charges in Florida and Alabama after deputies say they led them on a chase.
Deputies say a car driven by Victoria Duncan, 30, and occupied by passenger Chandra Goodman, 34, started to flee from police after a deputy tried to pull them over.
Deputies say Duncan reached high speeds as she fled the deputy, traveling from Highway 90 to Highway 81, and into Geneva County.
According to deputies, the pursuit ended after Duncan hit her brakes, causing a Geneva County Sheriff’s deputy to hit the back of her car.
Deputies say they saw a glass pipe in plain view in the vehicle, as well as what appeared to be methamphetamine in the front seat after Duncan and Goodman were taken into custody.
Deputies conducted a search and say they found numerous syringes, glass pipes, scales, and marijuana.
Active warrants in connection with a meth trafficking case were also out for both Duncan and Goodman.
Duncan and Goodman have been charged with attempting to elude law enforcement, criminal mischief, and unlawful possession of a controlled substance in Geneva County.
They are also charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams, and for their respective warrants in Holmes County.
Duncan is additionally charged with fleeing and eluding law enforcement and reckless driving according to deputies.