BARROW COUNTY, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - A suspect wanted for dragging a Georgia deputy is on the run after nearly being caught at a gas station Saturday morning.
Officials say on Saturday, April 27, officers tried to remove Samuel Brock from his car at a traffic checkpoint on Pickle Simon Road near the Barrow County Airport.
Brock sped off in his vehicle, dragging a deputy for a short while
Saturday, May 4, officers say they located Brock at a BP gas station on Charlie Davis Road, but that he was able to get a ride out of the area before being arrested.
Brock is now wanted for two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.
"Mr. Brock, the net is closing around you, and you now have fugitive task force on your tail. Please turn yourself in," the Baldwin County Police Department said on Facebook.
If you have any information on Brock's location, please call 911.