Women lead high-speed chase through Holmes, Geneva counties

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HOLMES COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — A joint effort between the Holmes County and Geneva County sheriff’s offices landed two women into custody following a high-speed chase.

According to the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office, the chase began on Highway 90 past one of its substations when DeFuniak Springs residents Victoria Irene Duncan, 30, and Chandra Victoria Goodman, 34, sped away from a deputy, who turned his emergency lights on.

The chase continued into Geneva County, reaching 100 mph at one point before Duncan hit the brakes. This caused a Geneva County deputy to collide with the pair’s car.

Authorities found several items of interest in their car, including methamphetamine, marijuana, syringes, glass pipes, and scales.

The women’s criminal records also show that they both were wanted in Holmes County for violating probation for a meth trafficking conviction.

Duncan and Goodman faces charges in both Holmes and Geneva counties, including:

  • Geneva County:
    • law enforcement
    • criminal mischief
    • unlawful possession of a controlled substance
  • Holmes County
    • possession of methamphetamine
    • possession of drug paraphernalia
    • possession of marijuana less than 20 grams

Duncan also faces charges for fleeing and eluding law enforcement and reckless driving.

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