Man arrested after police chase through two counties ends with fiery crash
Published 6:32 am Sunday, November 29, 2020
A Chicago man faces multiple charges after a Saturday night chase with police ended with a fiery crash.
Bonjara O’Quin faces charges of domestic violence and felony eluding from the chase that began in Vicksburg and ended with a fiery wreck in Claiborne County.
According to Vicksburg police, officers responding to a 5:13 p.m. call about a domestic violence incident at the Circle K Convenience Store, 4749 U.S. 61 South, confronted O’Quin, who fled south on U.S. 61 in a rented 2021 Nissan Rogue.
Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, and the chase entered Claiborne County where the Nissan wrecked and burst into flames as O’Quin attempted to turn off of the highway onto a side road.
O’Quin suffered minor injuries in the wreck. He was treated and released from Merit Health River Region and taken into custody by Vicksburg police. Information about his bond was unavailable.
The case remains under investigation.
Mississippi Highway Patrol troopers and deputies of the Claiborne County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the chase and apprehension of O’Quin.