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Man Held After Domestic Dispute Allegedly Leads To Road Chase

Originally published: 2012-10-09 11:26:14
Last modified: 2012-10-09 11:28:01

A domestic dispute allegedly went mobile on Saturday, prompting the Greene County Sheriff's Department to respond and charge Jack A. Lundy with driving under the influence and aggravated domestic assault.

Lundy, of 155 Anest Road, Chuckey, was stopped by police along the Andrew Johnson Highway in Tusculum, according to a report by Deputy C.H. Jessie.

The stop was the result of a call in which a woman said she was fleeing her husband by vehicle after he threatened to stab her, and that he was following in a maroon van, according to the report.

The woman also told deputies that her vehicle had been rammed during the chase, the report noted.

Jessie also reported that, once stopped by police, Lundy appeared unsteady on his feet, had slurred speech, and performed poorly on a field sobriety test.

The deputy also reported that Lundy, 42, "admitted taking Xanax."

Lundy was scheduled to appear in court today on $1,000 bond.

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