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High-speed chase ends with two arrests

Two people were jailed Monday following a high-speed motorcycle chase that spanned three counties. Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Ken DeFoor said Deputy Janet Coleman attempted to stop a motorcycle – classified as a sports bike - around 5:50 p.m. on the north end of Liberty County. That’s when the motorcyclist, 35-year-old Michael Lewis Miller of Huntsville, fled with his passenger, 25-year-old Amberlynn Nichole Jordan of San Jacinto County. Captain DeFoor said the motorcyclist took off, leading deputies on chase that went in and out of Liberty, Montgomery and San Jacinto counties. He said speeds of 115 miles per hour were reported during the 35-minute pursuit. The chase ended when Michael Miller turned onto a dead end road in San Jacinto County. Captain DeFoor said the pair ditched the motorcycle and attempted to flee into the woods. Both were reportedly quickly apprehended following a foot chase. During the high-speed pursuit, a witness reported seeing an object being thrown from the motorcycle, and deputies recovered that item believed to be methamphetamine. Liberty County Jail records show Michael Miller has been charged with Evading Arrest by Motor Vehicle and Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance. His total bail has been set at $120,000. Amberlynn Jordan is charged with Evading Arrest on Foot and Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Her total bail is also set at $120,000. At last report, both remain in Liberty County Jail.


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