Branford – Police Chase Suspect Identified
Authorities have released the identity of the car chase suspect that resulted in multiple injuries in Branford.
33-year-old Marquis Johnson has been identified as the suspect in a police chase that started in New Haven and ended when Johnson crashed into several vehicles on West Main Street in Branford. The incident injured several people, including two police officers. Johnson now faces charges of engaging police in pursuit and reckless endangerment. Officials will release more updates when they become available.
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