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  Date Posted: 09/15/2014
  Post #: 14-0001
   
  K-9 team nabs man, woman following pursuit from Biloxi into Harrison County

BILOXI -- Police were assisting federal marshals in the arrest of a fugitive at Treasure Bay Casino when a man and a woman jumped in a car and fled, leading police on a two-city pursuit that ended with the couple's capture in woods off U.S. 49 north of Gulfport.

Police Lt. Aldon Helmert of the Biloxi Police Department's Special Crimes Unit said that's what prompted the pursuit through busy roads in rush-hour traffic Monday afternoon.


Helmert said police had accompanied the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force to Treasure Bay to arrest Dustin Lee Rivers on a burglary warrant from Jackson County. They found Rivers and he was in possession of meth, resulting in a new charge, Helmert said.They also had received a welfare concern about a woman believed to be with Rivers.The woman, later identified as Alycia Grace Creppel, also was at Treasure Bay, and jumped in a car with a man and they fled, Helmert said.

Police began to pursue the couple, traveling in a white Chevrolet Malibu.The car nearly struck officers as it left the parking lot just before 4:30 p.m., he said.Gulfport police joined in the pursuit about as the car headed up Lorraine Road and took side roads to reach U.S. 49, and Harrison County deputies joined in as the car turned off on Mississippi 53 and Old Highway 49 and doubled back to U.S. 49, heading north.



The car ran out of gas near the Mississippi Department of Transportation Office, where police said the couple got out and ran east into woods just north of Lewis Trailer Sales.Within 10 minutes, about 4:50 p.m., a K-9 team caught the couple in the woods.Police arrested Crepple on a false pretense charge and a felony probation warrant. She is held with no bond at the Harrison County jail.Helmert said the man with her was injured during the capture.


He was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries that included dog bites. His name was not immediately released, but Helmert said charges against him are pending.Meanwhile, Rivers was held on the warrant from Jackson County and Harrison County Justice Court Judge Bruce strong set a $50,000 bond on the meth charge.


JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDAmerican Medical Response and Harrison County Fire paramedics treat one of the suspects arrested on U.S. 49 in Gulfport for dog bites after a chase that began at Treasure Bay Casino in Biloxi on Monday. The second suspect is seated on the ground.
   
   
 

 
 
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