WEST PELZER, SC (WSPA)- A man has been charged after police say they tried to stop a motorcycle they thought could be stolen just before 8 p.m., Thursday.
Police say the driver, William Clyde Stone, 49, of Greenville sped off and Chief Clardy with the West Pelzer Police Department tried to stop him.
Stone reached a wooden bridge, lost control and crashed, police say. He was taken by EMS to Greenville Hospital for non-life threatening injuries and he has been released.
Stone was then taken to Anderson County Detention Center for charges, including No Vehicle License, Failure to Stop for Blue Lights 3rd offense, Driving under Suspension 4th offense, Operating Uninsured, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and No Proof of Ownership.
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