Baldwin County Deputy Injured After Chase and Crash, Suspect Turns Self In

Image from BCSO

UPDATE:  Baldwin County Officials confirm the suspect, 21-year-old Dennis Coburn turned himself in at the Robertsdale Police Department.  Captain Steve Arthur says the young man will be charged with second-degree assault and attempting to elude.  A relative of the suspect initially informed News 5 that Dennis Coburn had turned himself in.

“I will say that Dennis has remorse for his actions last night, and is willing to pay the consequences for his misjudgments. He is thankful that the Deputy is ok,” said Cousin Michael Coburn in an email.




Baldwin County, AL (WKRG)

Members of the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a man from the Summerdale area following what they say was a chase and intentional crash with a BCSO vehicle.  At around 1 am Saturday morning, a deputy saw a white Ford truck run a 4-way stop at County Roads 87 and 32.  A chase ensued and the suspect lost control of his vehicle north of Highway 98.

“As the Deputy approached the vehicle attempted to head north and then rammed the Deputy head on. The suspect jumped from the vehicle and fled on foot,” said a BCSO News Release.  The deputy was taken to South Baldwin Hospital where he was treated and released for head and shoulder injuries.

Authorities haven’t been able to find the suspect as of yet.  He’s been identified as 21-year old Dennis Coburn from the Summerdale area.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the BCSO.

Dennis Brandon Coburn suspect photo provided by BCSO



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