Repeat Offender's High-Speed Chase into Rutherford County

Feb 27, 2024 at 10:11 am by Chandelar Williams

Rutherford County, TN - In a recent incident in Williamson County on February 8th, 33-year-old repeat offender William Manery led deputies on a harrowing high-speed chase through a construction zone, careening into a guard rail and topping speeds of 90 mph. Despite the perilous situation, deputies were compelled to end the pursuit.
A week later, on February 17th, deputies spotted Manery again on I-840, where he brazenly attempted to evade arrest once more. The pursuit extended into neighboring Rutherford County, culminating in Manery crashing his truck into a ditch on Coleman Hill Road. Notably, Manery was also wanted in Rutherford County, exacerbating his legal woes.
With a hefty bond set at $155,000, Manery's repeated offenses underscore the persistent challenges confronting law enforcement in grappling with habitual offenders.
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