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Suspect identified in chase, crash involving RCSD vehicle

Jalanee McDaniel, 19, was arrested after a chase involving Richland County deputies ended in a crash on Garners Ferry Road with a RCSD vehicle. (Source: WIS) Jalanee McDaniel, 19, was arrested after a chase involving Richland County deputies ended in a crash on Garners Ferry Road with a RCSD vehicle. (Source: WIS)
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

The Richland County Sheriff's Department has identified the suspect arrested in a chase with deputies on Thursday that ended with a collision between the suspect's stolen vehicle and a deputy's cruiser. 

Jalanee McDaniel, 19, is facing charges of possession of a stolen vehicle, reckless driving, disregarding stop sign, and driving without a license. 

The chase was the seventh chase involving law enforcement officials in 24 days in the Midlands. 

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