Forsyth County Blotter: High-speed chase caught on dash cam, drug, hit-and-run arrests

John Thompson
A high-speed chase resulted in an arrest.Photo byForsyth County Sheriff's Office.

(Forsyth County, GA) Here’s a look at recently released arrest reports from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office:

High-speed chase

According to the FSCO Facebook page, and as previously reported on NewsBreak, the department was led on a wild chase on December 17.

The post said a deputy attempted to pull over a vehicle for failure to dim headlights on Sanders Road.

“As the deputy approached, the driver began accelerating. As they neared Buford Highway, the deputy noted they were traveling 70 mph in a 35 mph zone, and the driver of the sports car revved the engine and accelerated quickly.”

The post said the vehicle reached speeds of over 100 mph, while the deputy maintained a visual on the sports car and called out information over the radio.

“Another deputy was able to get behind the car on GA 400 South at which his RADAR checked the car going 144 mph. Another deputy was set at Shiloh Road with spike sticks and was able to get a good spike on the car. They exited onto McFarland Parkway where a third deputy was able to get behind the car and eventually performed a PIT maneuver disabling the car and taking the driver into custody,” the post read.

Islam Aslanov, 22, of Cumming, was charged with Fleeing/Attempting to Elude, Speeding, Reckless Driving, and Failure to Dim Lights.
Photo byForsyth County Sheriff's Office.

DUI, Hit and Run

On January 9, a deputy responded to GA 400 Southbound at Exit 17 to assist another deputy on a traffic stop.

“On my arrival, the deputy advised me that he observed that the driver, Carvilius Tuck, exhibited manifestations consistent with possible impairment. I made contact with Tuck and could detect the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. I observed that he exhibited manifestations consistent with possible impairment, which led me to conduct a DUI investigation,” the deputy wrote.

When the officer asked for a blood sample, Tuck argued.

“He became very argumentative that he was not intoxicated and was yelling consistently, so I showed him the Alcosensor results. He immediately calmed down and seemed to accept it. He also mentioned that he did not want to lose his license. I read him the Miranda Warning, and he agreed to speak with me. I asked if he wanted to provide a blood sample now and he stated he would,” the deputy wrote.

The deputies conducted a search of the vehicle and located an open Bud Ice bottle and an unopened Bud Ice bottle.

Another deputy arrived on the scene and said Tuck had been involved in a hit-and-run accident earlier.

Tuck, 34, was charged with Hit and Run, DUI, and an open container violation.
Photo byForsyth County Sheriff's Office.

DUI, Intent to manufacture

On January 9, a deputy was conducting a traffic stop on Buford Highway between Echols Road and Samples Road.

“Walking back to my patrol vehicle, I observed a blue sedan approaching me in the far right lane without moving over. There was no other traffic hindering the driver from moving over or slowing down. I left my current traffic stop and pursued the violator. As I approached the vehicle from behind, I also noticed the tag light was not working. I then activated my blue lights and conducted a traffic stop. The vehicle came to a complete stop in a business complex near Nuckolls Road. I observed the driver making furtive movements underneath the front driver seat,” the deputy wrote.

The deputy approached the driver's side window and made contact with a male driver and a female passenger.

“I immediately smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. I noticed the driver was sweating profusely, which was abnormal to me, being it was 35 degrees outside and he had a tank top on. I also noticed the front seat passenger wouldn’t make eye contact with me. I then informed the driver of my reasoning for stopping him and asked for his driver’s license, which he produced. I then asked the front seat passenger if she had a driver's license, which she declined. I asked if she would write her name and birthday down. She identified herself as Tinsley Maya Daniel,” the deputy wrote.

The deputy observed multiple manifestations of impairment. Once a backup unit arrived on the scene, the driver was asked to exit the vehicle. “As he exited the vehicle, a ‘blunt’ with green leafy substance fell from his pants legs which appeared to be marijuana,” wrote the deputy.

The deputy determined the driver was operating his motor vehicle while impaired to the extent he was less safe to drive.

“During the search of his pockets, I found a multi-colored meth pipe with burnt residue in his left pocket. A burnt marijuana blunt fell from his left pocket during the search. He stated it came from inside the vehicle,” the deputy wrote.

The deputy discovered a small plastic bag that appeared to be inside a cigarette container. The plastic bag had a small white substance inside, which appeared to be methamphetamine. Other items included two plastic bags with multiple baggies inside with medium size rock substances, which appeared to be crack cocaine, a loaded black firearm, marijuana, crack cocaine, and ecstasy.

The driver, Milton Davis, 40, of Lawrenceville, and passenger, whose real name is Karly Davis, 26, of Atlanta, were charged with numerous felonies, including Possession with Intent to Manufacture, DUI, and Improper Passing of an Emergency Vehicle.

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