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FRANK MCCLELLAND, JR.

Ludowici Police Department, Georgia

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Ludowici, GEORGIA (September 16, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Chief of Police Frank McClelland was struck and killed by a vehicle being pursued by other officers shortly after 7:00 pm.

The pursuit had started in Liberty County and continued through Hinesville and into Long County on Highway 84 at speeds topping 100 mph. Chief McClelland was attempting to stop traffic at the intersection of Highway 84 and McDonald Street when the vehicle struck him. The vehicle then left the roadway and fatally struck a motorcyclist at an adjacent gas station before coming to rest.



The fleeing subject was taken into custody at the scene. He was charged with two counts of murder, vehicular homicide, and DUI.

via www.odmp.org

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