Wanted man flees deputies on ATV

A wanted Robbins man was arrested after fleeing from deputies on an ATV.

Roger Davis, 37, faces several charges after being arrested on Sunday, said Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields in a Wednesday news advisory.

Fields said his deputies were patrolling a rural area in Northern Moore County on Aug. 20.

“While Deputies were patrolling the area of Upper Road, a Deputy noticed a male subject riding an ATV on the roadway,” said Fields on the department’s social media page. “The Deputy recognized the driver as a wanted person out of Moore County that had several outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants. Deputies attempted to stop the subject, but he began to flee to avoid arrest. After a short pursuit, the subject came to a stop in a wooded area and ran on foot until Deputies were able to apprehend him a short time later.”

Davis was arrested on charges of felony flee to elude arrest, felony possession of methamphetamine, felony possession of schedule ll controlled substance, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to heed light and siren, resisting public officer, reckless driving, driving while license revoked, operate vehicle without insurance, drive with no registration plate displayed, exceeding posted speed, drive left of center, fail to maintain lane control, unsafe passing, and failure to stop at stop sign. Davis was also served with all the outstanding warrants he had pending.

The suspect is currently being held at the Moore County Detention Center under a $778,500 secured bond for all combined charges, is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 14 and is presumed innocent until proven guilty. 

Moore County Sheriff’s Department also arrested Davis in 2017 and 2022. To read about these arrests, please click below. 



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