A man with a felony record fleeing Madison Police in a high-speed chase on Sunday morning was apprehended after a brief foot pursuit near Ridgeland City Hall, the authorities said.

The man, Randy Dejuante Stuckey of Jackson, was spotted earlier in the morning driving on a flat tire near Madison Avenue in a vehicle occupied by two others.

Stuckey failed to stop and drove to the Sam’s Club Tire Center on Grandview Boulevard. Passenger Kendrit Alex Crosby of Taylorsville exited the vehicle and was arrested for disorderly conduct after he failed to comply with officers.



A female passenger, Chesa Antoina Lewis of Jackson, got out of the vehicle and went into the Sam’s Club where she allegedly placed a small amount of marijuana in a trash can and was arrested.

That’s when Stuckey discarded a firearm and fled the traffic stop traveling east on Madison Avenue toward U.S. 51.

Police attempted to deploy spike strips to stop the driver, but he swerved toward an officer at Montgomery Street and avoided them heading south into Ridgeland.

Stuckey was charged with felony fleeing, assault on a law officer, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and multiple traffic violations.

Crosby was charged with disorderly conduct failure to comply.

Lewis was charged with possession of marijuana.

All three were being held in the Madison County Detention Center until their initial appearance in Madison Municipal Court.

The case remains under investigation, according to Maj. Robert Sanders.