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By Giuseppe Sabella
The Hardy County Sheriff's Office shared details Tuesday morning about a chase that spanned several hours last week, ending with the death of a Virginia man.
Authorities first learned about a man escaping from police in Rockingham County, Virginia, and entering Pendleton County at about 11:15 a.m. on April 18, according to a news release.
Though the sheriff's office in Hardy will not identify the suspect until its investigation is complete, two other agencies identified the man as Casey Desper, of McGaheysville, Virginia, who was wanted on a probation violation.
Virginia authorities said Desper reached speeds of more than 100 mph, and he reportedly threw metal objects from his Jeep Cherokee and shattered the windshield on an officer's vehicle, the release states.
The Harrisonburg Police Department in Virginia said Desper threatened to "go out in a hail of gunfire," according to the release.
West Virginia authorities reportedly found Desper on U.
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A mystery spill of a blue, gooey substance spread across about a quarter mile of roadway along Eau Gallie Boulevard and Holland Street on April 24, 2017. Melbourne officials later found a gallon bottle of Mystic Blue with the top missing. Posted 4-24