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2 women arrested after high-speed chase ends in Horry County

Seewillow Jackson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center Seewillow Jackson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center
Shatisha Jackson. Seewillow Jackson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center Shatisha Jackson. Seewillow Jackson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Two North Strand women were arrested Monday night after a high-speed chase from Columbus County towards Conway that exceeded 100 miles per hour at times.

Columbus County deputies pursued a Silver Kia on Highway 905 after the vehicle failed to stop for authorities performing a traffic stop, according to the Horry County Police report.

Seewillow Jackson, 23, of North Myrtle Beach, and Shatisha Jackson, 32, of Atlantic Beach, were taken into custody after their vehicle got stuck in a field, according to Lt. Raul Denis with HCPD.

Police received a call that a woman was knocking on a door for help with her vehicle, and residents in the area told police they saw some people run into the woods, according to the police report. Shatisha Jackson was quickly located and detained. Officers found Seewillow Jackson in a wooded area nearby, where she had attempted to elude officers until she got stuck in a drainage pond, the report states.

Officers searched Seewillow Jackson and found a bag that she admitted contained marijuana, and a hand-rolled cigarette believed to contain marijuana. When officers asked her about a bag containing a white powered crystalline substance in the car, she said that it was sugar, the report states.

Seewillow Jackson was booked into the Horry County Detention Center on charges of simple possession of marijuana, failure to stop for blue lights and siren, and other unrelated charges.

Shatisha Jackson was booked into the detention center and charged with failure to stop for blue lights and siren.

Additional charges may be pending, Lt. Denis stated.

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