BONIFAY — The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office reported the arrest of multiple people over the weekend.
According to the report, Randy J. Gibson, 39, of Hartford, Ala,. was arrested following a high-speed chase on July 20 after deputies noticed him driving his red Ford Mustang recklessly through the Pittman Community.
The deputies attempted to pull Gibson over, but he fled, leading the deputies on a high-speed chase for several miles before Gibson pulled over and continued to run away on foot, crossing over into Geneva County, Ala. according to the report,
He was captured shortly thereafter.
Gibson is being charged with fleeing and attempting to elude, willful and wanton reckless driving, attaching tag not assigned and resisting an officer without violence, according to the report, and is being held at the Holmes County Jail.
Later that day Victor Brooks Wilson, 32, of Bonifay was arrested on drug charges after being pulled over for a traffic stop on State Road 2, according to the report.
According to the report, a deputy noticed a violation on Wilson’s black Ford Mustang and after pulling him over noticed drug paraphernalia.
After a search of Wilson’s car, the deputy found methamphetamine, according to the report.
Wilson is being charged with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia and is being held at the Holmes County Jail.
Three were arrested on July 22 on drug possession charges after a deputy pulled over a white SUV on State Road 81 near Ponce de Leon.
Arrested were Jeb Travis Chaney, 24, or DeFuniak Springs, Chelsea Danielle Miller, 21, of Ponce de Leon and Michael Anderson Harris, 24, of Freeport, according to the report.
After the deputy pulled them over, he noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the van while talking with the driver, according to the report. After searching the van, the deputy found several ounces of marijuana along with drug paraphernalia.
Chaney, Miller and Harris were arrested on charges of possession of marijuana over 20 grams and drug paraphernalia and are being held at the Holmes County Jail.
Sheriff Tim Brown asks that anyone with information of illegal activity contact the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office at 850-547-4421 or email@example.com.