Suspect arrested in Nashville after fleeing Kingston Springs police

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A suspect was taken into custody after a pursuit ended off Interstate 40 in Nashville late Tuesday night.  

Metro police reported Kingston Springs police pursued a vehicle into Davidson County where the pursuit ended at the Exxon station on Charlotte Avenue at 14th Avenue North around 11:30 p.m.  

The suspect, Michael Reynolds, parked at the gas station and ran away but was taken into custody after a brief foot chase by Kingston Springs officers. 

Metro police said it was not involved in the pursuit but officers assisted the Kingston Springs police with the arrest.  

Police said they initiated the stop after the 33-year-old allegedly left the Mid-Town Inn and Suites in a white Chevrolet Monte Carlo at a high rate of speed and driving recklessly.

During the pursuit, officers were notified about a 911 call reporting an intoxicated man who allegedly assaulted three females at the hotel.

Reynolds was charged with aggravated domestic assault, interference with emergency calls, evading arrest and reckless driving.

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