Michigan murder suspect arrested following police chase and crash in Anderson County

ANDERSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) — Police said they located a wanted murder suspect in Michigan following a police pursuit that ended in an accident in Anderson County on Wednesday afternoon.

On March 9 at approximately 12:30 p.m., Tennessee Highway Patrol Troopers were notified that a possible murder suspect was traveling on I-75 south. After soldiers made contact with the man, he fled, officials said.

The chase started in Campbell County, but went through Anderson County. Once at mile 129, officials said the driver, identified as Nashwan Nagi Ali, 36, lost control, left the roadway, re-entered the roadway and rammed a 2020 GMC Sierra into a guardrail . Ali then allegedly left the roadway and drove several times, a preliminary report from THP showed.

He was wanted for murder in Michigan, an ACSO spokesperson said. No officers were injured, but Ali was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the ACSO.

THP and ACSO will investigate.

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